Though those in the entertainment business may tout the oft-repeated industry phrase, “the show must go on,” there are times when the show simply cannot go on. Moreover, even when there is a performance, the multitude of exposures faced by such an event leaves related insurance liability protection a basic necessity.
Reasons for a cancelled or interrupted event or other episodes of liability can include one or more of the following:
- Crowd safety risks
- Inclement weather
- Entertainer’s injury, disability or illness
- Workers’ injury
- Damaged Equipment, instrument, stage, grandstand
Concert Insurance – A Special Event Coverage Program
Concert insurance provides a combination of forms of coverage that can shield from liability associated with event cancellation, interruption or other factors.
- Commercial General Liability
The insurance can cover property or injury claims and lawsuits
- 3rd-Party Property Damage Liability
The coverage will protect you from claims and lawsuits in regard to property that does not belong to you
- Liquor Liability
Liquor liability insurance can cover both the commercial aspect of an event where alcoholic beverages are sold as well as the private host of an event.
- Commercial auto Liability
The coverage shields event sponsors and staff members when they are liable in a related automobile accident
For more on Concert Insurance and a program that fits your needs, speak to the experts at Prime Insurance.
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Summary: The excitement mounts. The stage is set, tickets sold out. And then, the entertainer gets sick or some other incident occurs that forces planners to cancel or interrupt the concert. Learn how Concert Insurance can protect your concert from related financial liability.