Playlist – your dream band!
Thank you so much for visiting PLAYLIST here on Gay Weddings Ireland. We’d like to start off by saying a HUGE “hooray” and wishing you congrats on getting engaged 🙂 Now the fun begins… There’s going to be a BIG party and we’d LOVE to be there to entertain you and your guests.
This bit speaks for itself…
10 years of experience, over 100 exclusive Irish wedding venues & more than 1000 dreams come true – need we say more?
Awards? Yes we have those too.
PLAYLIST are a totally live 4 piece wedding & events band with four outstanding musicians/vocalists/best buddies who also happen to be the creme-de-la-creme at entertaining. Well, you do want everyone to dance all night and have fun right?
Here’s the best bit…
We can create a tailor made entertainment package especially for your entire day – whether it’s our professional DJ service to follow the main event or our quirky ukulele trio “The Uke Alikes” for your drinks reception and/or civil ceremony; maybe you’d prefer an elegant and sophisticated jazz ensemble for your cocktails? Perhaps you would like a soprano singer with accompaniment? We have a range of singers we work with so that’s not a problem. Oh by the way, we only work with the very best in the business so you’re guaranteed an exceptional standard.
A band can make or break your wedding. It’s true! You’ve probably pictured a full dance floor with all your friends and family having the time of their lives. That’s what PLAYLIST deliver every single time we perform – an experience to set your wedding apart from every other – a unique and memorable night for all the right reasons.
We love weddings – and we would love to bring our experience, expertise and fun to your special day.
The search is over. You’ve found your dream band x
Please let this supplier know
you found them on Gay Weddings Ireland
Address: Dublin and Nationwide
Contact Name: Yann O’Brien – Musician & Entertainment Specialist
Telephone: 00 353 (1) 2542810
Email: Email Me
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