If you decide to book Phase 2 Discos for your event, we must ask you to please read all our terms & conditions and place a tick of acceptance on the relevant form, by doing so, you will be agreeing to abide by our Terms and Conditions as follows:-
In these Terms and Conditions you are hereinafter referred to as the PROMOTER, and Phase 2 discos & karaoke, is hereinafter called the DISCOTHEQUE. The Promoter engages the Discotheque, and the Discotheque accepts the engagement to appear at the venue on the date and at the
times and for the fee as shown in the Booking Form subject to these Terms and Conditions.
A non-refundable booking deposit, of the amount specified in the Booking Form, must be submitted with the signed copy of the Booking Form.
The balance of the booking fee, as specified on the Booking Form, should be paid in cash on the day of the event, prior to the start of the
performance. Alternatively the balance may be paid by cheque to the Discotheque at least seven days prior to the event.
The total fee quoted is in respect of a performance during the times specified in the Booking Form. If the Promoter requests that the performance time
be extended, then the additional period and fee must be negotiated with the Disc Jockey provided by the Discotheque, and paid in cash prior to the
start of the performance extension.
In the event of cancellation of the engagement by the Promoter, a cancellation fee will be made on the following basis:
i) Cancellation advised in writing, received more than seven days before the event date - loss of deposit only
ii) Cancellation advised within seven days of the event date will lead to the full fee becoming payable immediately.
Due to the exceptional nature of Christmas Eve and New Years Eve, these time limits will be extended to fourteen days.
When a booking has been formally cancelled, and that cancellation has been accepted by both parties, the Promoter forfeits any rights to use the
services of the Discotheque on that date, irrespective of deposits or cancellation fees paid.
The Promoter must ensure that the Disc Jockey has access to two 13 amp 240 volt sockets at the Disc Jockey’s working position. The working
position must not obstruct any emergency exit route, and must allow enough space for the Disc Jockey to operate in comfort and safety. The
equipment should not be placed directly onto a dance floor to avoid vibration damage.
The Discotheque will supply sufficient music to suit the occasion; adequate equipment for playing and amplifying recorded music; lighting and other
effects to suit the occasion and venue; a Disc Jockey and where deemed necessary an assistant.
The Promoter is responsible for the behaviour of his / her clients or guests, and for safeguarding the Disc Jockey and equipment against theft, damage
or other risks, from the moment of arrival to the moment of final departure. Please note, any loss of or damage to equipment, other than that caused by
fair wear and tear, will be charged for.
The Discotheque can not be held responsible for the way some people may be affected by strobe lighting or any other lighting, sound or haze effect
that may be used. The Promoter must advise the Disc Jockey prior to the start of the performance if any effect should be avoided.
The Disc Jockey provided will generally be an employee of the Discotheque, or a self employed Disc Jockey working exclusively for the
Discotheque. The Discotheque reserves the right however to assign the engagement to a suitably experienced and qualified associate.
The Disc Jockey shall be deemed to be under the direction and control of the Promoter, and shall be regarded as a servant or agent of the Promoter,
and the Promoter shall be responsible for any claims arising from placement or operation of the equipment.
The Promoter will be responsible for obtaining all necessary licences and permissions relating to the performance at the event.
The Discotheque operates regularly serviced and maintained good quality sound and lighting equipment. In the rare event of any equipment failure,
an on site repair will be attempted. If however there is an irreparable breakdown in lighting a partial refund will be given. If there is an irreparable
breakdown in sound a full refund will be given.
The Discotheque shall be entitled to terminate this contract without liability if for any reason beyond its control the Disc Jockey is unable to perform,
due to fire or theft of equipment, illness or breakdown of vehicle. The Discotheque will use all reasonable endeavours to locate a replacement Disc
Jockey, but, in the unlikely event of a non performance all monies paid will be refunded, but this will be the limit of our liability to you.
In addition to the above, the following Terms and Conditions will be incorporated into the Terms and Conditions for Children's Parties:-
The Promoter will provide sufficient adult supervision of the children attending the Event
The supervising adults will provide the DJ with assistance in the organisation of the children during any games played at the Event