TOURING RIDER: PINK FLOYD EXPERIENCE v. June

TOURING RIDER: PINK FLOYD EXPERIENCE v. June
Touring Rider
June 2015
Presented by
www.annerin.com
Touring Rider
June 2015
Introduction
This document consists of several pages and forms part of the Pink Floyd Experience (PFX) booking
agreement. The entire cast & production team wishes to thank all of our repeat presenters and looks
forward to meeting our ‘new’ presenters.
To ensure the best possible performance of PFX in a variety of different venues, we have taken the time to
compile this document. If you have any questions that are not addressed in this rider, please contact us at
your soonest convenience. Feel free to direct your concerns to the appropriate contacts listed on page 2 of
this document. Please do not hesitate to call or e-mail.
Good luck and we look forward to seeing you at the show!
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Introduction………………………………………………………………….. 2
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Contact Information………………………………………………………… 3
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Company & Show Information……………………………………………. 4
o Marketing & Promotion
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Production – Presenter Responsibilities……………………………….. 5
o Sound, Lighting & Video
o Minimum Theatre Requirements
o Estimated Local Crew Requirements
o Load-In / Load-Out
o Rigging
o Flying Pig Blimp & Special Effects
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Hospitality – Presenter Responsibilities…………………………….….. 8
o Accommodations
o Catering / Meals
o Dressing Rooms
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Miscellaneous – Presenter Responsibilities…………………………… 9
o Fee Details & Settlement
o Pre-Show
o Merchandise
o Security
o Meet & Greets
o Media & Presentation
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Appendices………………………………………………………………….. 11
o Lighting Plot & Rigging Plot
o Stage Plot
o Catering Rider
For the purposes of clarity, all references to ‘PFX’ shall be the ‘ARTIST’. All reference to this document shall
be the ‘RIDER’ and all references to the Promoter or Party signing the RIDER and entering into a contractual
agreement with the ARTIST shall be the ‘PRESENTER’.
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Contact Information
Please find a list of pertinent contacts for your reference summarized below. Direct all inquiries or concerns
to the appropriate contact.
For all US booking & contract inquiries…
SRO Artists
#206 - 6629 University Avenue
Middleton, WI
53562-3037 USA
Attn:
Jeff Laramie
President
jlaramie@sroartists.com
w: 608-664-8160 f: 608-664-8161
For all Canadian booking & contract inquiries…
Paquin Agency
219 Dufferin Suite 206B
Toronto,ON M6K 3J1
Attn:
Julien Paquin
julien@paquinentertainment.com
w: (416)962-8885 f: (416) 962-3331
Attn:
Mike Unger
Production Coordinator
mike@annerin.com
w: (403) 265-2666 x 118 f: (403) 262-7139
For all technical inquiries…
Annerin Productions
#408 – 1324 17th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T2T 5S8 Canada
For all marketing, media & other inquires…
Annerin Productions
#408 – 1324 17th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T2T 5S8 Canada
Attn:
Laura Hristow
Marketing Manager
laura@annerin.com
w: (403) 265-2666 x 115 f: (403) 262-7139
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Company & Show Information
Touring Company
PFX travels with six (6) musicians, one (1) lighting director, one (1) audio FOH tech, one (1) monitor tech
one (1) lighting tech, one (1) stage carp., and one (1) tour manager. A total of twelve (12) people.
Running Time
PFX can be performed with or without an intermission. The show runs approximately 140 minutes including
the encore with two (2) 60 minute sets and one (1) 20 minute intermission.
Show Advance
The production manager will represent PFX on all issues pertaining to the technical rider. Venues will be
contacted at least two (2) weeks prior to a scheduled engagement to discuss all technical details. Do not
hesitate to call for clarification on any points in this document prior to this timeframe. Any unusual load-in
characteristics, house limitations and labor issues should be revealed in order to find cost effective solutions.
And additional costs incurred because of unusual venue characteristics are the sole responsibility of the
PRESENTER.
Please note: PFX will always attempt to install the complete production package. However, if difficulties
arise or venue conditions warrant, the Production Manager or Tour Manager may make selective cuts to the
show system.
Show Description
The Pink Floyd Experience echoes everything that made Pink Floyd one of ‘rock & roll’s’ greatest icons. It is
a celebration of the music, the themes and the innovation that this great band brought to their fans around
the world. It is Pink Floyd – up close and personal without losing the scope and power of their performance.
It is Pink Floyd… in a whole new way. The show is fully produced and features live ‘note-for-note’ musical
recreations of all of Pink Floyd’s hits. In addition, it is a visual spectacle that includes intelligent moving
lighting and stylized surreal video as well as several ‘classic’ Pink Floyd hooks – The “light bulb man” and a
12 foot flying ‘pig’ blimp. The end product is truly an unforgettable concert for audience members of all ages.
Marketing & Promotional Materials
All promotional materials (except TV spots and b-roll) can be downloaded from our website
www.thepinkfloydexperience.net/promoterlogin/
Access to this part of our website is limited to presenters and can be accessed using the following…
Password: FlyingPig15
The following materials are available online… radio spots (30/60sec), TV spots, posters (various sizes and
color or b/w), ad mats (various sizes and color or b/w), html e-mail page, sample press releases,
background information, show photos, mp3’s and performance videos.
For B-roll on beta tapes, please contact Laura Hristow with the date of your performance, city,
state/province and courier address (including phone number). It will take 2-3 days at minimum to get beta
tapes to you.
All marketing plans, promotional artwork and designs must be approved by Laura Hristow.
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Production – Presenter Responsibilities
PFX will be traveling with some production to augment local production including Universal Audio Package
(FOH, and Monitor Consoles, Mic’s and Stage Monitors), Moving Lighting Package with some Lighting
Specials, Backline and Video. A minimum set of conditions must be provided to accommodate for our show.
Please see below for a summary of conditions, equipment, supplies and labor the PRESENTER must
provide as well as a summary of what equipment and personnel with which the ARTIST will be traveling.
The following is a summary of conditions, supplies, equipment and labor
for which the PRESENTER is responsible.
General
In the event that the presenter’s facility does not conform to the ARTIST’s minimal technical requirements,
as stated in this rider, additional local personnel and/or production may be required and is the sole
responsibility of the PRESENTER. If the facility does not conform to the show’s minimum requirements,
please notify the Production Manager immediately.
Main Loudspeaker System
A main loudspeaker system is requested that is able to provide 110dBA (80Hz-16KHz) to all listening areas
of the venue with no audible audio distortion and no ground hum/buzz. Loudspeakers should be flown with
electric chain motors whenever possible. Line Array type systems are preferred but are venue dependent.
Be prepared to present print outs of applicable “line array predictor” software which shows acceptable
vertical coverage of proposed line array system for the venue(s) in question.
• Preferred: Wideline PA / Subs, JBL Vertec 4888 PA / JBL Vertec 4880 Subs, and Martin W8LC PA /
Martin WXS 218 Subs
Together with above listed PA, a subwoofer loudspeaker system is requested that is capable of providing
110dBC (30Hz-80Hz) to all listening areas in venue. A front fill loudspeaker system is requested that is able
to provide 110dBA (80Hz-16KHz) to front 2-3 rows of listening area. Placement of these loudspeaker
elements is to include a minimum of (2) bi-amplified loudspeakers per side of stage.
Amplification should be of quantity and size to allow for operation of loudspeaker components within
specifications set out by manufacturer(s) of said loudspeakers. Whenever possible, amplifier racks should
be located off-stage.
• Preferred: Amplifiers specified by loudspeaker manufacturer, (Lab.Gruppen, QSC, Crown)
FOH Drive System
Loudspeaker processing is required that allows for control of all loudspeaker elements with respect to
equalization, volume level, peak limiting, and time alignment. As brands and configuration will vary, system
designs will be subject to approval from artist’s production personnel. Access to all elements of system
control is requested at FOH mix position either via local or remote control.
Sound, Lighting & Video
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Lighting & Video equipment is completely self-contained in the touring production (see
PRODUCTION – Artist Responsibilities) with the exception of…
o one (1) follow spotlights
o one (1) follow spotlight operators
o two (2) clear com (FOH & spotlights)
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FOH Lighting wash as per attached Lighting plot
Two (2) large tanks of “welder’s grade” helium (300 cubic feet per tank)
If the venue is equipped with sound, lighting or video equipment that is compatible with our own, we
reserve the right to augment our package with the existing equipment for expedience sake.
The ARTIST will bear no costs related to use of house equipment. If the ARTIST is not using
house equipment, the equipment must be cleared prior to the load-in.
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Due to time constraints of the load-in, it is imperative that cable to the front of house boards be run
along the auditorium floor. Cable paths from the front of house equipment to the consoles and to
the backstage equipment will be executed as unobtrusively as possible. The location of the
pathways will be determined in the advancing of the show. It is helpful if the venue provides cable
covers/carpet at doorways, walkways, etc..
PLEASE NOTE FOR SEAT KILLS…
o There are two (2) control consoles positioned front of house (lighting, and sound). They
will be located in the rear of the main floor section of the auditorium and must be able to
be reached by 300 feet of draped cable from backstage. The space required for all of the
consoles and operators is approximately 8’0” deep by 20’0” wide. The ARTIST lighting,
sound and video techs will determine the final placement of the consoles.
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The production use QUADRAPHONIC sound. There will be an average of eight (8) spots
per seating floor for QUAD sound positions which should be rear house left and rear
house right in the upper tier placed roughly parallel with the mix position. These speakers
will be ground mounted and will take a rough space of 1’ – 2’ square foot print including
the stands. Please discuss with the Production Manager during the advancing of the
show.
Minimum Theatre Requirements
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Minimum stage size =
60’ wide x 40’ deep
Minimum trim =
30’ from the deck
Minimum proscenium =
36’ wide x 25’ high (with no obstructions between deck & grid)
o In the case of Smaller Venues, Some of the Production for the show can be scaled back
to accommodate smaller spaces
Audio Power =
200 amps
Lighting Power =
400 amps
Video Power =
100 amps
Tie in must be within 100’ of the stage.
Stage Risers must be of high standards in both safety and quality and MUST be draped in black.
o Two (2) Riser – 8’0” x 8’0” x 2’0”
Estimated Local Crew Requirements
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Personnel called for the load-in, load-out and performances of the production must be qualified in
their department and prompt for the starting times of all calls.
Any stagehand or crew personnel showing up for work or show calls showing signs of
alcohol or substance abuse will be dismissed on the spot and promptly replaced by the
PRESENTER at the PRESENTER’S sole expense.
Please liaise with the PRODUCTION MANAGER to organize stagehands for load-in, set-up and
load-out.
The following Crew Call is based on a Union Hall. In the case of a non-union Venues crew
numbers below can be changed to accommodate
Flymen
Riggers
Video / Carpenters
Audio
Electrics / Lighting
Spotlight Operators
Loaders
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1 (pending venue)
2 Up / 1 Down
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Please arrange for a runner to be available with good transportation from load-in to load-out.
All stagehands must be working hands.
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Load In/Load Out
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Estimated Load-In time =
4 hours
Estimated Load-Out time =
2 hours
In the event that our truck cannot back up to the loading dock or stage door, it may be necessary to
add additional loaders and possibly a forklift. Please advise the Production Manager in the
advancing of the show of any difficult load-in/load-out considerations. Any expenses incurred in
this regard will be deemed a local labor expense.
The production travels in one (1) 53’ tractor trailer. For the load-in and load-out, please arrange to
have all available parking spaces in the immediate area of the loading dock clear and
available for trailer parking and unloading; free of snow, ice or debris prior to our arrival. If
police barricades, parking permits, cones or bagging of parking meters are necessary to guarantee
plenty of space to maneuver and park the trucks, please make arrangements for this. It is required
that the movement of the truck not be obstructed by cars parked on the streets and lots
surrounding the venue.
In the event that a 53’ trailer with an over-the-road tractor (tandem axle with sleeper) cannot
maneuver into the venue’s loading dock, please notify the Production Manager immediately.
It is requested that the trailer be permitted to remain in the loading dock/area at all times. The
PRESENTER will arrange parking for the tour bus within walking distance to the theatre.
In the event of unusual scheduling or a labor shortage during the load-in or load-out, catering may
be required from the PRESENTER. The need for any such catering will be at the judicious
discretion of the Production Manager.
Rigging
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Lighting – Six (6) points as per plot
o Downstage Truss 1300 lbs;
o Midstage Truss 1700 lbs.
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Upstage Truss 1650 lbs.
Audio – Two (2) points (pending venue add 2)
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2000 lbs. per point (confirm with local vendor)
Flying Pig Blimp
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Two (2) large tanks of “welder’s grade” helium (300 cubic feet per tank) to be delivered the morning
of the show.
Stage wings or curtained off area side stage to house inflatable 12’ ‘FLYING PIG BLIMP”.
Due to safety concerns with the PFX Flying Pig blimp and the artistic requirements of the
show, the ARTIST crew MUST operate the blimp. Local crew CANNOT operate the PFX
Flying Pig blimp, no matter what local conditions dictate.
Special Effect/Flame proofing
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The production uses fog and haze.
NO OPEN FLAME IS USED IN THIS PRODUCTION.
Please discuss with the Production Manager if the house fire alarm uses optical smoke detectors.
Any sensors should be turned off.
Show/Venue Permits
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It is the promoter’s responsibility to ensure that all permits have been sought and regulations have
been adhered to for the legal functioning of the engagement. This includes the payment of any
relevant music performance royalties and consents. It is also the promoter’s responsibility to
ensure that parking permits have been secured for the tour bus and truck. Please consult with the
Production Manager.
IMPORTANT: The by-laws governing different unions across the country vary greatly. Variables to
this rider due to local by-laws are SOLELY THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE LOCAL PRESENTER.
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Hospitality – Presenter Responsibilities
Accommodations
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Accommodations must be provided for the truck driver and bus driver and be of a high standard.
The Band and Crew require Twelve (12) single rooms + Two (2) single rooms for drivers. TOTAL
fourteen (14) rooms.
A rooming list will be provided by the production manager when the show is advanced.
Room confirmation numbers will be required by the production manager before arriving.
If the venue does not have shower facilities, two (2) rooms at the nearest high standard hotel and a
runner with a passenger van must be provided at the PRESENTER’S sole expense.
If a runner is not provided in this instance, taxi vouchers must be provided in lieu of.
Catering / Meals
In short, meals must be provided for the band and crew. This can take many forms and we are willing to
work with the specific constraints of the engagement – our needs are not extravagant. In general, we
request two healthy square meals a day. If catering cannot be provided, we will accept a $50 meal buyout
per traveling member (12 people) per day to be advanced with our tour manager. Please note the Buy-Out
does not include after show requirements. Please find our requirement details below. Times and menu for
catering will be advanced by the tour manager in advance. Please see attached catering Rider for
details as well.
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Breakfast (Budget $10 per person per meal)
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Coffee Break
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Lunch (Budget $ 15 per person per meal)
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Dinner (Budget $ 25 per person per meal)
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Green Room (PFX band and crew only – please deliver to the groups Green Room)
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Please see attached Catering Rider for details
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Dressing Rooms
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PFX requires two (2) private lockable dressing rooms each with full-length mirrors, good lighting
and showers.
Two (2) clean irons & large ironing boards – one (1) in each room
Twenty Four (24) bath towels (available at load-in, delivered to Production Office) – Twelve (12)
hand towels
Two (2) boxes of tissues – one (1) in each room.
Bathroom in close proximity to the dressing rooms if not inside.
Two (2) large clothes racks – one (1) in each room.
A production office with a High Speed internet connection must be provided for the production
manager at load-in.
Times for dressing room catering will be advanced by the Tour Manager. See attached Catering
Rider.
Miscellaneous – Presenter Responsibilities
Pre-Show
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Any curtain announcements must be cleared with production manager at least two hours prior to
performance. This time will be used to ensure proper lighting and sound cues are arranged.
Please DO NOT play any Pink Floyd music for at least two (2) hours prior to the show start time.
All support acts must be pre-approved by Mike Unger prior to show day.
Please arrange separate dressing rooms and refreshments for support acts.
PFX will not provide crew, stagehands, backline or any operators for any support acts.
Merchandise
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PFX will be permitted to set-up a merchandise stand in a prominent location in the main lobby to
sell merchandise before, during and after the performance. Please provide a well-lit large table in a
prominent location where the audience can clearly see the merchandise on display as they enter
and leave the venue.
The PRESENTER will provide local labor to sell merchandise.
If possible please provide a cash bank, $ 300.00 in cash, in $ 10.00 bills.
Fee Details & Settling
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Fee deposit, balance of payments and settlement details are outlined in the contract attached.
All expenses and deductions must be fully receipted and be presented as part of the settlement.
Payment in full must be made prior to the show.
Checks must be payable to “Annerin Productions” on Canadian Dates and “Nirenna Productions”
on US Dates (and not PFX).
If the event is a hard ticket event, a box office report MUST be provided to the production manager
at settlement.
PFX is to have a guest allowance of 20 people per performance.
Any guest numbers other than PFX’s must not exceed 20 unless contracted otherwise.
Free passes and concessions are STRICTLY forbidden unless contracted otherwise.
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Meet & Greets
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Must be pre-arranged with the tour manager in advance of the date. Meet & Greets can only be
booked prior to the show and must conclude no later than 30 minutes prior to curtain. Meet &
Greets must not exceed 20 minutes in duration.
Security
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Security must be provided for the personal property, instruments, equipment, costumes, band and
crew at all times. Stolen or damaged property is the responsibility and liability of the promoter.
Particular security must be provided to the areas of the dressing rooms, the stage and front of
house mixing and lighting consoles.
Encroachment of the stage and performing areas by anyone is strictly forbidden and will result in
the show being stopped or cancelled.
The band’s dressing rooms must either be fully lockable or be guarded at all times.
If the band’s dressing rooms are not adjacent to the stage, security must be provided to escort the
six (6) band members to and from the stage.
Crash barriers and buffer zones must be provided between the stage and audience and around
the front of house mixing position when requested by the tour manager.
Media & Presentation
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PFX’s official logo and website (www.annerin.com) must be used in ALL advertising.
For interview requests, please contact Laura Hristow at laura@annerin.com.
PFX must receive 100% top billing on all advertising and promotion.
Photography or any audio-visual recording or filming of the show by anyone is STRICTLY NOT
PERMITTED without written consent from Laura Hristow.
ANY sponsorship of the event or show must be pre-approved by Laura Hristow in writing.
Any press attending the show must be pre-approved by Laura Hristow and must meet with
production manager at least one half hour prior to performance.
No other PINK FLOYD tribute act may be advertised or announced on the day of the band’s
performance, inside or outside the venue, by any means including flyers, posters, billboards,
marquee, or otherwise.
Copies of all press and advertising must be made available to the Production Manager before the
show.
AGREED & ACCEPTED:
AGREED & ACCEPTED:
for LOCAL PRESENTER
for ANNERIN PRODUCTIONS
BY:
BY:
Please print name clearly
DATE:
Please print name clearly
DATE:
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Revision: 1.4
Stephan Gotschel
Stephan Gotschel
Date: January 24, 2012
Drawn by:
Lighting Designer:
Notes:
- All arrows on Mac 2000's and Mac Auras point downstage.
- All Mac 101's hang horizontally, facing the audience.
- All Mac 101 arrows point up.
- Colorforce 1202 => 1205 hang vertically on upright pipes.
- All cases must be covered in black fabric.
- Foggers must be controlled at FOH.
This drawing is property of the designer and may
not be reproduced or altered in any way without
permission of the designer.
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aspects of the production only, and all
specifications provided relate soley to the
appearance of the lighting and not to matters of
electrical or structural soundness and/or safety.
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local safety and fire certs. The designer is not
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responsibility for damages resulting through
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42. JESSE VOCAL
43. JOHN COX VOCAL
44.TOM VOCAL
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47.SERVER 1 R
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Chase Tower (Monitors) - chasetower@gmail.com
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Touring Rider
June 2015
Hospitality – Weekly Menu Options
This is an outline to help with Catering and meals for the tour. With travelling on the road it is important to
have some change in the daily menus for the tour. Please review the menu options below. The Tour
Manager will advise you as to what numerical day your show will be on. Unless otherwise advised by
the Tour Manager, the times and numbers will be followed as per below.
HOT BREAKFAST - 8 am for 8 people
(Budget $10.00 per person)
COFFEE, TEA, BOTTLED WATER, JUICES, AND SODA’S
BAGELS/BREAD
TOASTER W/ASST. SPREADS
EGGS, BACON or HAM
ASST. CEREAL, MUFFINS AND
FRUIT-APPLES, ORANGES, BANANAS
POTATO/HASH BROWN
ALL DAY BEVERAGES
WATER, COFFEE, JUICES, AND SODA’S, SHOULD BE AVAILABLE ALL DAY
9 AM - 24 Bottles of water, 24 large bath towels and 12 hand towels are to be delivered to the production
office.
COFFEE BREAK - 11:00 AM, COFFEE AND DONUTS FOR 28
LUNCH TIMES - 1:00 PM FOR 13 PEOPLE DINNER TIMES - 5:30 PM FOR 13 PEOPLE
(Budget $ 15.00 per person)
(Budget $ 25.00 per person)
DAY 1 - LUNCH
Soup – Mushroom
Pasta Salad
DAY 1 - DINNER
Soup – Chicken & Rice
Garden Salad, w/Dressings
Hot Dogs, Chicken Strips
French Fries
Carved Ham & Carved Turkey, Stuffed Peppers
Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy on the Side
Dessert - Pie
DAY 2 - LUNCH
DAY 2 - DINNER
Soup – Split Pea & Ham
Pizza (Lots)
Caesar Salad, Bread rolls
Soup – Cream of Broccoli
Chef Salad w/Dressings on the Side
Carved Roast Beef
Baked Potatoes w/Gravy on the Side
Steamed Veggies
Dessert – Cookies, Squares
DAY 3 - LUNCH
DAY 3 - DNNER
Soup – Tomato
Salad – Cold slaw
Assorted Variety of Chicken Wings
Hamburgers, w/Condiments
Soup – Minestrone
Pasta / Caesar Salad
Lasagna, Spaghetti & Garlic Bread
Dessert - Cake
DAY 4 – LUNCH
DAY 4 - DINNER
Chili
Taco / Fajita
Chicken and Beef w/Condiments
Brown Beans
Soup – Cream of Tomato
Greek Salad
Grilled Fish
Roast Chicken and Bake Potatoes w/Gravy
Veggies (Peas, Carrots, Corn)
Dessert – Pie
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Touring Rider
June 2015
Hospitality – Weekly Menu Options Continued
DAY 5 - LUNCH
DAY 5 - DINNER
Soup – Chicken Corn Chowder
Salad – Caesar
Linguini with Meat Balls on the side
Choice of Sauces on side
(Marinara and Alfredo)
Soup – French Onion
Beef Barbeque, Ribs, Steak
Coleslaw, Corn on the Cob, Baked Potatoes
Dessert – Cookies, Squares
DAY 6 - LUNCH
DAY 6 - DINNER
Soup – Cream of Potato
Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches au jus
Onion Rings, French Fries
Fruit Tray, Salads, Desserts
Soup – Corn Chowder
Asst. Salad w/Dressing on the side
Carved Roast Pork w/Gravy on the side
Garlic Roasted Potatoes, Roasted Vegetables
Dessert – Cake
GREEN ROOM REQUIREMENTS & TIMES
TO BE DELIVERED TO PRODUCTION OFFICE FOR 6 PM
•
•
•
One (1) bottle of Quervo Gold or the Gold Traditional or One (1) bottle of Cazadores Tequila
Reposado
One (1) bottle of Vodka Absolut
Two (2) Bottle of either Merlot, Cab or Shiraz in the $20 to $25 range
Green Room (PFX band and crew only – please deliver to the groups Green Room)
TO BE DELIVERED TO THE GREEN ROOM 45 AFTER SHOW START
•
Six (6) Bottles of Coke on ice
•
Twenty Four (24) bottles of Water in a flat
•
Six (6) Assorted Gatorades
•
One (1) liter of Orange Juice
•
One (1) Quart of milk
•
Six (6) Odwalla Superfood Juices or Six (6) Naked Juices
•
Twenty Four (24) cans of imported beer (Corona, Heineken Stella etc ) on ice.
•
One (1) 20 lb bag of ice
•
Thirty (30) large plastic beer cups
•
Twenty (20) Styrofoam coffee cups
•
Potato Chips / Peanuts
•
An assortment of Whole Fruits
TO BE DELIVERED TO THE GREEN ROOM AFTER INTERMISSION
•
One (1) extra large Deli tray with Three (3) kinds of Meats & Two (2) kinds of Cheese
•
One (1) medium Deli tray with Onions, Peppers, Tomatoes and Lettuce
•
Please note disposable trays for the deli trays, Show will leave venue with trays on the bus,.
•
Mustard / Mayo on the side
•
Twenty Four (24) fresh Buns in bags
•
Two (2) 20 lb bags of Ice
PLEASE NOTE DELI TRAYS CAN BE SUBSTITUTED OUT ON ADVANCEMENT OF THE SHOW FOR
THE FOLLOWING:
•
6 LARGE PIZZAS
•
100 CHICKEN WINGS
•
A MUTUALLY AGREED LATE MEAL FOR (14)
THIS WILL BE AT THE DISCRETION OF THE TOUR MANAGER
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