The main band is the most crucial entertainment act you will have to choose for your wedding. From all the different stages of your big day (Wedding Ceremony, Drinks Reception, After Party), the one that will make your guests remember the party for years to come is undoubtedly the main band playing after the meal. The Ceremony is the most intimate moment you will have as a couple during the whole day and, the drinks reception is the chance to set the mood of the after party, this is when all your guests mingle. However, the party after the meal is the when people let loos and enjoy themselves by dancing till their feet hurt!
To really stand out and create memorable party moments the band choice is so important, that is why we've compiled some recommendations of unique wedding party bands below with a proven track record in the entertainment & wedding industry.
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The Midnight Revellers are a versatile Trad to Modern 3 piece band. Add on an amazing female fiddle player to give the band a trad and folk vibe!
The full genuine musical Irish experience at your wedding. Also, you can add Irish Dancers on to the band, for that extra wow factor.
This a highly experienced band with proven feedback from many happy brides and grooms. That is why they stand out, their repertoire is constantly updated to keep up with the trends and they will most certainly go the extra mile for your big day.
Havana Club Trio
This is the perfect band for a summer wedding or anyone that wants to stand out with some highly addictive Latin Music. This band has it all: White Suits, Original Music, Walkabout Act and Unique look!
The 80's are Back!
The 80's music revival is massive right now because it appeals to all generations. This decade is the biggest theme this year! Check out below some of our amazing 80's tribute bands:
Party at the Back
Dead Ringer for the 80's
Pop Goes the 80's