Fees for St Patrick's week 2024 Early booking is always advised for the busiest week of the year for Irish musicThese fees are NOT quotes and are approximate for guidance only. The actual fees for each will vary.Irish solo performers Friday 15th March£390 – £490Saturday 16th March£440 – £540Sunday 17th March £490 – £590Irish bandsFriday 15th March£890 – £1290Saturday 16th March£990 – £1390Sunday 17th March £1050 – £1350Irish music duosFriday 15th March£590 – £690Saturday 16th March£640 – £740Sunday 17th March £790 – £890Uilleann pipers and bagpipers£320 – £380These fees are typically for a standard booking of a piper depending intermittently for up to one hour.*Once you make a firm enquiry, we’ll be able to verify the exact fee involved.*This will depend on which act, the location of the venue, playing times and how many members included in the act.Further questions? WhatsApp us via the link below or call us on +44(0)20 8111 1916Irish dancersBrady’s Irish dancers£650 – £750These fees are typically for a standard booking of a continuous 30 minute show throughout March 12th-17th.The lower end of fees would be for a daytime booking with the upper end reflecting evening bookings.There will sometimes be travel costs involved, depending on the acts proximity to your venue.The standard playing times for live music solos, duos and bands for St Patrick’s week bookings is 3 x 45 minute sets.The standard performance times for our Irish dancers is up to a maximum of 30 minutesThe vast majority of our acts are not VAT registered, owing to the fact that they would not be within the VAT threshold.