Why Function Republic?
Get to Know Us
Looking for a band that you'll be proud of?
With hundreds of events under our belt, we’ve become wedding and event entertainment experts. We know how to work with venues to make for a seamless, stress-free experience. Your event is important to us and we will go above and beyond to help you create the party of a lifetime!
Our musicians and singers are extraordinary, and our live sets are slick. With vibrant energy and the best dance floor anthems of all time, we guarantee you and your guests will be blown away!
Trust us, no one brings the party quite like we do! So let’s make your celebration spectacular – let's get started below...
What sets us apart?
With endless bands out there to choose from, let's keep it simple.
We consider there to be 3 core reasons why our couples book us...
Next Level Vocals
Claire, our lead singer is the magic of the band and no doubt what your guests will be talking about the most. With a standout level of vocals your guests will be blown away.
Our top-notch musicians consistently refine our performance and craft our sets to maintain momentum and keep your guests dancing all night. With clever use of accompaniment tracks alongside our musicianship we blow everyone away with a massive sound that can only otherwise be achieved with many more musicians at significant expense.
How we sound is hugely important to us. Why have talented musicians and poor sound? Our Drummer is also a talented live sound engineer with the knowledge to make us sound incredible at every venue.
Where to begin?
Function Republic provides a 360 service as we cover all of your musical needs.
Starting with the essentials, take a look at our Evening Band Lineups to see which suits you the best (Our most popular offering is our 4 Piece, Gold Republic.)
Then consider what live music you envision during your Ceremony, Drinks Reception & Wedding Breakfast.
To finish, picture the breaks between the Live Band Sets. What do you envisage here? Ibiza Classics performed by a Live DJ & Saxophonist perhaps?