Three Reasons to Book a Music Festival Bar Hire for Your Big Concert Event in Sydney
Are you in the process of organising a music festival? Do you want to make sure your event is a hit that draws attendees and makes them want to come back again next year? If so, then a music festival bar hire in Sydney will make your job much easier. Here are five reasons why a mobile bar hire is a good choice for a festival event.
- You won’t have to worry about the alcohol situation: When you plan a music festival, there are a lot of different factors that you need to consider. Beyond the obvious responsibility of booking the bands for the event, you also need to get proper land permits and licences, hire a security staff, map out how you are going to use your festival grounds, figure out a plan for bathrooms, select vendors for concessions and more. One thing you don’t want to have to worry about is buying alcohol, setting up a bar area, hiring bar staff or getting the necessary licences to serve alcohol on your premises. At Wats On Tap, when you choose us as your music festival bar hire in Sydney, we will cover all of the above and more.
- Your attendees will expect drinks: For a lot of music festivalgoers, the event is as much about getting a chance to cut loose and have a beer with friends as it is about the music. To put it lightly, your attendees will expect to have access to drinks on your festival grounds. Failing to meet that expectation can result in disappointed fans and bad word of mouth. Even if you have the best music festival line-up of all time, alcohol is a must for a successful event.
- You can make money from it: At Wats On Tap, we will arrange a cash bar service for your festival where we stock the alcohol, set up the bar, staff the bar and sell the drinks. We will also split the earnings with you so that you can make profits from your bar. You don’t even have to do the math to know that a music festival bar hire in Sydney can drastically boost the revenue of your event, but let’s do it anyway. Say you have a three-night festival with between 5,000 and 10,000 attendees per night. If just half of your guests buy at least one drink (and most will buy more), you’re already looking at thousands of dollars in profit—all of which can be put toward recouping the expenses of the festival.