Riviera Breeze Dinner Dances, 70's and 80's nights, Masonic Ladies'Festivals
The Riviera Breeze Mobile Disco provides a professional disco service for all types of events and specialises in age 30& birthday parties, theme nights, dinner dances and masonic ladies' festivals. Based on the border of NE Hampshire and Surrey we cover both of these counties as well as West Sussex.
Unlike many, we never forget that we are at your function to entertain you and your guests and our priority is to provide music to do just that, not for our own entertainment!
We pick from a comprehensive music collection to keep the dance floor as full as possible whilst taking into account your personal likes and dislikes. To help in this, a request list is provided at the time of booking to give us a good insight into the music you require your event.
I pride myself on the professionalism of my sound and light show, my attention to detail and the level of service I provide for my clients. It goes without saying that the volume of the music will be adjusted to suit the event, venue and of course your preferences.
From a business perspective, you have the peace of mind that bookings are confirmed and contracted. I'm always contactable by 'phone or email in advance of your function to discuss your requirements, even at weekends.
My equipment is of excellent quality, properly maintained and tested for electrical safety ('PAT tested') and it goes without saying that I carry comprehensive Public Liability insurance. Whoever you decide to use to provide your disco these two pieces of paperwork are vital. Many venues will refuse access to discos and bands (who are classed as 'external contractors') without PAT and Insurance certificates and you do not want to discover this shortfall on the night of your function!
Please visit my website for a comprehensive overview of the services I offer, view my music catalogue and find out more. If you have any questions, please contact me for a no obligation chat.
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This page was last updated: 14 November 2014