Nottingham nightlife: heard of it? You should have! The city won a Purple Flag nightlife award for its buzzing bars, brilliant live-music scene and for music venues like the iconic Rock City. Here at Entertainment Nation you'll find party bands for hire to do this city's fantastic party scene justice.
If you're after a function band to get your guests talking for years to come, browse through our huge variety of talented performers. Spanning every genre and style you could think of, our party bands in Nottingham are chosen and vetted by the team here at Entertainment Nation. Set up by experienced musicians, you can rest assured that this agency makes quality a priority for all of our stunning party bands for hire.
Not only do we have a wide variety of bands and musicians for you to choose from, we have fostered good relationships with them, giving you the reassurance that you are booking through a reputable entertainment company who are passionate about what they do.
We alleviate the pitfalls couples normally encounter when organising their party entertainment. We will provide you with expert guidance and support that’s only a phone call away, we can not only ensure you choose the best band for your party but that your celebration runs smoothly too.
To help you with the selection process you can watch videos for each of our party bands so you know what they sound like and the atmosphere they can create with their music.
We ensure that all of our party musicians and acts hold Public Liability Insurance of minimum £1,000,000 cover.
Start the journey today and browse our selection of bands.
I booked the band to perform at my Husband's 30th Birthday party in Lancs and they were great. They listened to my requests (well the stipulations that my husband had set - indie, rock, ska and so on) and did a fantastic job. They got everybody up and involved and we all danced the night away. Was more like going to see a famous band and being in a 'mosh pit' than a boring Birthday Party. Thanks again guys, just amazing 5/5
Julie Marchant – January 2016