Click the credit card logos below to be redirected to our payment portal to make a payment. Credit card payments are subject to a 3% service charge for Visa, Mastercard and Discover) and 3% service charge for American Express. There is no charge for EFT/electronic checks.
Please include the date of your wedding and last names with the check payment to:
Pay to: Sugarbabies LLC Address: Sugarbabies LLC PO Box 920771 Needham, MA 02492
Since payment received through bill pay will be in the form of a check, it will take approximately one to two weeks before payment is received depending on location and bank so please send this on time so we receive it on/before the event date. Please include the date of your wedding and last names.
Pay to: Sugarbabies LLC Address: Sugarbabies LLC, PO Box 920771, Needham, MA 02492
There are three kinds of professional party bands;
Specialty Bands – These can be ethnic groups or specific themed bands. For example; AC/DC tribute band, Klezmer band, and more.
Traditional Wedding Bands – These groups are usually in the classic “wedding band” image. The performers are often a bit older “more seasoned”, or older musicians with young vocalists. These bands will often break up the show into multiple sets and breaks and may struggle playing a versatile repertoire authentically, but can sound great at one genre, like Funk or Rock.
Concert-Style Bands – This the most modern style of event band, usually younger highly-talented groups who deliver energetic, interactive performances focussed on the impact of the entertainment on audience experience. These bands are usually very conscious of event flow and take very few/short breaks once the real show starts.
Based on our research and experience – these are standard entertainment costs in New England:
$1-4k – DJs
$4-7k – DJ/Band Combos or lower-level bands
$7-12k – Quality Full-Time Bands
$15-25k – Custom Bands
$30-500k – National Touring Acts
However, all of these prices are generalizations — you never know what price a vendor will accept for your event. If you love a vendor, always try to negotiate and make it work.