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I'd say your average tour length for your average local band going out on the road would be around 2 weeks at most with 11 or 12 shows. You can tour for as long as you can book shows and don't run out of money. In my old band Sirens and Serenades we did tours for about 2 months straight at a time.
Most concerts typically last between 90 minutes to 2.5 hours, it depends on the band and the amount of music on the Album in the tour they're promoting, and the extra in between songs, interaction with the audience.
Concert tours are often administered on the local level by concert promoters or by performing arts presenters. Usually, small concert tours are managed by a road manager whereas large concert tours are managed by a tour manager.
What Do Singers Earn On Tour? Singers should be earning whatever the other side musicians on the tour are earning. Generally, this should be a decent show rate anywhere from $80 to $500 per show (sometimes more, depending on the artist) and a per diem.
About 12 hours. However, the length of time required to set up a concert stage depends on the size of the production. Seasoned bands on club tours can set up, check lights and test sound in less than 1 hour. Larger productions, like stadium tours, take between 12 and 15 hours to completely set up.
Most concerts are about 2-hours on average but can run longer depending on how many bands or artists will be performing and around 45-minutes to an hour is the typical stage time each band spends playing and roughly 15-minutes to 30-minutes between bands is what it usually takes for the band that performed last to
A concert tour (or simply tour) is a series of concerts by an artist or group of artists in different cities, countries or locations. Different segments of longer concert tours are known as “legs".
Having said this, on the market you find RTW Tours from 14 days to a year. Generally travelers stay out from 3 to 6 months. How to find Time to travel Around the World? Do a Trip Around the World is no longer thought of as a frivolous, self-indulgent, or escapist vacation.
The Cure today announced the band's first live date of 2020, a headlining slot at the Open'er Festival in Poland on the Fourth of July. But don't expect another summer of European festivals from Robert Smith and Co. The band says this is the only one they'll play this year.
Salaries and per dies. Per diems are twenty dollar payments to each bandmate and crew member each day for food while we're out. They also say their salary for their crew (four people in the band, one tour manager, one sound person) on this tour is $8,794 a week. That breaks down to about $1,465 per person per week.
At a larger club or small theater (400 to 1,000 people) the opening act typically gets between $500 to $1,500. At this level the headliner is a national act, and it is considered a prestige gig for the opener if they are local.
The middle 50 percent of all musicians across the country earned $26.96 per hour as of May 2017. The top 10 percent earned over $69.81 per hour, while the bottom 10 percent earned under $9.70 an hour.
In the article, they state that the two members of Pomplamoose draw a salary of $2,500 per month each. They also say their salary for their crew (four people in the band, one tour manager, one sound person) on this tour is $8,794 a week. That breaks down to about $1,465 per person per week.
Depends on their level of success. Huge bands are going to be on the road for a year or more. I'd say your average tour length for your average local band going out on the road would be around 2 weeks at most with 11 or 12 shows. You can tour for as long as you can book shows and don't run out of money.
Depends on their level of success. Huge bands are going to be on the road for a year or more. I'd say your average tour length for your average local band going out on the road would be around 2 weeks at most with 11 or 12 shows. You can tour for as long as you can book shows and don't run out of money.
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