As a musician or performer, you have hopefully been trained to prepare for the worse case scenario. Your mic sound goes out, a wardrobe malfunction, stage collapses, and a list of other technical difficulties. With a list of things that can go wrong, it’s natural for you want to ensure that everything goes right. However, no matter how much you prepare, the weather will always have the final say on whether your curtain opens or closes. With the spring and summer concert season approaching, reduce your risk of throwing an outdoors concert or event with US Weather Insurance.
US Weather Insurance can assist you with insuring against the financial risks associated with unexpected weather conditions. Holding an outdoors concert can become very dangerous with the presence of bad weather and has no choice but to force a cancellation. Rain can risk electrocution and create technical issues over wet equipment. Rain insurance coverage is one of the most popular types of coverage offered by US Weather Insurance. Whether you are looking to protect an event from lost revenues and/or unrecoverable expenses or plan on running a sales promotion whereby you offer to reimburse fans if it rains on a certain day, US Weather Insurance can structure a policy that protects your bottom line.
We have seen an example recently of how weather can affect concerts with Canadian performer, Eric Church. With bad weather and poor construction, he was forced to scale down his set Saturday night (March 11) at a concert in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The singer learned that due to the weight of the snow on the roof of Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome, his Holdin’ My Own Tour stage setup would likely put too much weight on the roof, causing it to cave in. See here to read more details.
With any insurance policy, the benefit of the coverage must outweigh the cost for the policy. Concert weather insurance is no different. Insure your concert to ensure your fans are not disappointed and profits are not lost. Contact a representative at 888-882-5440 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information!