MUSIC PERFORMERS, BANDS & LIVE EVENTS INSURANCE
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Eligible entertainers include music of any category (other than rap/hip-hop), comedians, speakers, performers and more. The program may also be utilized for house bands, cover bands, and undiscovered bands that require an annual policy in order to perform at small venues.
Limits are available up to 10 million for liability. Equipment can be covered for up to 5 million.
The Touring Entertainers program is available to risks based in the United States. Additionally, the program can provide worldwide coverage for equipment. However, the liability only covers the United States and Canada. Risks with foreign exposure may purchase the foreign portion of their liability needs under the Foreign Events program.
Most quotes are delivered 10 minutes after the receipt of application during normal business hours.
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The content displayed on this website is for informational purposes only and is not an offer of insurance. The purpose of the provided information is to assist in the general understanding of available coverage and does not modify the terms and conditions of any insurance policy, nor does it imply that any claim is covered. Coverage is subject to underwriting approval and the referenced coverage on this website may not be available in all territories and may vary depending on exposure. Coverage is also subject to minimum premiums that may vary by state.
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The Touring Entertainers program covers touring musical groups, touring entertainers and performers, music tours, outdoor festivals, live events, comedians, house bands, and baby bands.
Designed for musical groups, entertainers and performers that travel and have shows on the road, the Touring Entertainer program provides a comprehensive portfolio of covergae required by such risks. The program is flexible enough to cover any number of tours or shows during the policy term with the ability to split coverage days for events in all 50 states.