What you Need.
Playing music publicly, requires licensing
If you want to play music in a public place you’ll require the permission of the copyright holders and be required to pay royalties. This includes all forms of media including streaming platforms, digital music and CDs, which are for domestic use only.
We can advise and assist you in ensuring that you have the right licences and permissions in place so there’s no nasty surprises. We hold the requisite licences to reproduce the music that you play and report its use to the rights holders, through collection societies, that way any royalties collected are always fairly distributed back to the recording artists.