It is the desire of the ARTIST that a competent sound company be hired to supply professional sound reinforcement equipment, keeping with what is appropriate to achieve high sound pressure level, smooth power response and uniform dispersion throughout the entire venue. When in a headlining position, ARTISTʼs sound engineer will have full and absolute control of both front of house and monitor systems for the entire day of engagement.
ANY noise restriction MUST be presented to ARTISTʼs Front Of House Engineer before sound check is started..
PURCHASER shall supply a minimum of two (2) stagehands that will be present at load-in. They shall not be dismissed until such time as the sound check is completed, and must be available again from the beginning of ARTISTʼs performance until load-out is completed. PURCHASER shall provide the following able-bodied, sober, English speaking stage crew: Load-in / Load Out: Two (2) stagehands Two (2) loaders (Can be stagehands/loaders)
B. SOUND CHECK:
ARTIST must be given a complete sound check prior to the admittance of the audience. ARTIST shall use the full array of equipment. Doors may be held in order to complete sound check.
2. PURCHASER shall provide ARTIST with one (1) hour for sound check consistent with requirements above.
3. PURCHASER shall provide a minimum of two (2) experienced sound technicians familiar with the supplied sound system, one (1) who will be required to serve as monitor engineer for sound check and ARTISTʼs performance.
SOUND SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
1. ARTIST requires that the sound system providerʼs personnel attending the performance be fully experienced in the setup and operation of both supplied monitor and front-of-house systems
2. PURCHASER must provide qualified, sober, system technicians for both sound check, and performance.
This Artist Rider Agreement Pack is an integral part of the entire PERFORMANCE AGREEMENT. No changes can be made without the prior written consent of the ARTIST. Change request must be submitted in a timely manner. Please initial the bottom right corner of each page to indicate that this rider has been read, understood, and accepted.