Don’t Be A Diva

It amazes me how some acts will come in and try to take over. They NEED the stage to rehearse. They NEED the sound company’s attention to set levels before anyone else. They NEED to control the space. Often they end up wasting time and infringing on other acts or the client’s attention. Being a Diva burns bridges. No one wants to work with someone who is so unprofessional they have no consideration for others. Today’s tip – If it is that important – spell it out on a rider and know the situation before you arrive.


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