It correlates to lost money because all of this year's weddings are going to be thrown into next year's weddings. WI've had every event cancel in the months of April, May and June. However, I've had about ten of the cancellations move to a date in 2021. At this rate, if it keeps up with all the other weddings planned for 2021 that were not forced to reschedule I will be so over loaded with opportunities in the coming year.
The problem now, will be how to handle all the gigs that will be scheduled in 2021????? I am a multi-op, but maybe not big enough to accommodate all the expectations.
I looked at my Calendar. Right now I have $0 worth of sales in May, and $0 worth of sales in June! ...And this is after a record setting $0 in sales for April!
I think things are going well! Definitely a busier year than previous years. You should always be growing sales as a DJ as time marches on in the Wedding industry!
I think I'm going to need a few drinks this weekend. I use the term "few" loosely.
You will be post poning those June weddings for sure. ...Unless the clients decide to go against the rules set fourth.So...next income is for a june 6 wedding...will the June wedding happen? Will the other 2 June weddings happen?
Will the governor allow more than 10 people or 50 or whatever in one place at one time?
Will I still remember how to DJ?
What songs will have come out and will anyone know them over this time we've been hibernating?
I NEED spring sports and I could REALLY use the $600/week PUA....if they fail to arrise I'll be looking for a day job...and many other plans for the year will be put on hold. I need to hay late may/early june - I can work after that. The market garden? Not likely to happen...
You will be post poning those June weddings for sure. ...Unless the clients decide to go against the rules set fourth.
NO events with over 50 people will be occurring for quite a while.
During phase 1 of re openings only gatherings of 10 people allowed. Sorry, but restaurants still operating will only be doing carry out, curbside pick up, or delivery (if they offer that). We won't be going to sit in dine in restaurants during phase 1 (Unless your state changes that rule for phase 1).stop it with those negative waves, Moriarty.
Here's my thought - EVERY restaurant I've ever been in seats 100, 150, 200 or more. If they restrict it to what, 10 or 50 folks...many of these restaurants will be in dire financial trouble.
Imagine an applebees with 10 folks...or a denny's, etc. Not gonna happen. Even 50 isn't gonna work much of the day.
So if a restaurant can seat 100, 150...then weddings will go forth.
Also, a wedding is a PRIVATE event..not a public one like sports, movies, concerts. perhaps that will come into play.
This is true, but I was assuming that maybe he had a event at someone's private property or house...An event like that, a client might decide to have their event.It doesn't matter what the client wants the venue won't risk it
It doesn't matter what the client wants the venue won't risk it