Book Your Dream Gig with Music Zirconia

Event Details

Begin by setting the date, selecting a venue, and estimating attendance and the age range of your guests. Start by browsing through our available acts. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, let us know. Our extensive database features over 1,700 acts across the United States and abroad.

Budget Planning

Outline your total budget for the event. This should include the act’s fee, transportation, accommodations, catering, artist rider requirements, insurance, technical production, and labor costs. An onsite producer is available for an extra fee.

National Artist Fees

The performance fees for our tribute and cover acts usually range from $2,500 to $10,000 per show.

Submit an Offer

Upon choosing your entertainment, send us a firm offer through a phone call or email. We’ll speak with the act’s representative, who will then review the offer and make a decision on its acceptance.

Contract Formalization

A signed written offer, once accepted by the act’s representative, becomes a binding contract for all parties involved.

Initial Deposit

Following the acceptance of your offer, a formal contract is issued, and an initial deposit is required. Music Zirconia will guide you through the contract, assisting with any reasonable modifications.

Get Started

To initiate the booking process, contact Music Zirconia at 858-598-7311 or complete our online form to help us assess your needs.

Additional Costs

Discuss sound, stage lighting, ground transportation, labor, accommodations, and artist rider requirements. Costs may vary depending on the act and specific event details. We can provide more accurate estimates as we learn more about your event.


Determine who within your group or organization will be the official buyer and contract signatory. A form will be emailed to you for making an offer to the act. The act will then decide whether to accept or decline the offer. A signed, written offer is binding upon acceptance.


The entire procedure usually takes between 10 days to 2 weeks but may take longer depending on the act. If the process takes too long, you may set a reasonable deadline (typically 48-72 hours). Failure to receive a response allows you to withdraw your offer and consider other options.

Closing Steps

Once terms are agreed upon, a final contract is drafted and a deposit is due. Any changes you suggest will be reviewed by the act’s management. Upon agreement, a signed copy of the contract will be returned for your records.