Getting you back to playing live

Posted on: 28 August 2020

We understand how important music is to your life. That’s why we’re excited to give some tips and advice on getting back to playing live, and keeping your instruments and equipment protected when performing.

Performing with restrictions

The latest government announcement has highlighted that performances can now take place indoors and outdoors for professional and non-professional musicians.  Here’s a few things to consider:

 

Social distancing - it's important to follow the latest government guidance when performing live.

 

Limited audience - indoor performances are allowed to return but with smaller attendance. Outdoor performances are favoured where possible.

 

Cleaning of instruments and equipment - before and after performances as it's key to stop the spread of coronavirus.

 

Indoor performances - check what regulations the venue has in place before the performance.

 

Do you have the right level of musical instrument insurance?

 

We're flexible with our policies and you can make as many changes to your policy as you need, free of charge.

Now that musicians are back out performing, it’s important to check that your policy has the right level of cover.

  • UK cover will keep you protected from theft, loss, accidental damage and more when travelling to and from live performances.
  • Our optional add-onsTheft from an Unattended Vehicle and Public Liability cover, will also help when on the move.
  • Premises only cover will protect you if you’re not back out performing just yet. Your instrument will be covered at the address you have specified, so you don’t have to worry if anything happens while at home.

 

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