35 Wedding Venues With Live Band Reviewed


Should I go for a 2PC or 3PC Band?

Will the Live Band sound great at my venue?

Venues comes in various shapes & sizes: Some are big, some have multiple pillars, some have odd shapes, some have great acoustics for Live Band and some maybe too cramp or small for a bigger combi Live Band.  Even with good sound system, the nature of Venue will still affect the overall sound.

We do a quick review of 35 Popular Wedding Venues our Live Band has performed before to give you a realistic and practical insight of what to expect for overall Live Band Sound and how many piece band is recommended for your venue.

1) Ban Heng Pavilion Restaurant Ballroom A, Harbourfront

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: Rectangular but stage area is too cramp and close to guests tables.
Live Band Sound Rating: 3.5/5

2) Ban Heng Seafood Paradise @ Aranda

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: Too cramp for Live Band and restaurant is segregated into two sections, thus need 2nd Speaker at 2nd section which is not easy due to space constraint.
Live Band Sound Rating: 3.5/5

3) Concorde Hotel, Concorde Ballroom

Layout: Squarish
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 5/5

4) Conrad Hotel, Grand Ballroom

Layout: Squarish
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 4.5/5

5) Crowne Plaza Hotel Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating (Long Aisle): 4.5/5
Live Band Sound Rating (Short Aisle): 5/5

6) Faber Peak Singapore

Layout: Squarish
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: Too many pillars and continuous Cable Car Machinery Noise from upstairs
Live Band Sound Rating: 3.5/5

7) Fairmont/Swissotel Stamford Ballroom

Layout: Squarish
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-4PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 5/5

8) Fairmont/Swissotel Padang Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating (Long Aisle): 3.5/5

9) Fairmont/Swissotel Canning Ballroom

Layout: Triangular-Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 5/5

10) Four Seasons Hotel Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 4.5/5

11) Fullerton Bay Hotel Grand Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-4PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 4.5/5

12) Genting Hotel Ballroom (Jurong)

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 5/5

13) Goodwood Park Hotel Windsor Ballroom

Layout: Octagonal
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 5/5

14) Holiday Inn Orchard Centre, Crystal Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: Stage side too cramp for even a 2PC Band. Ballroom is segregated into a low ceiling and high ceiling section with multiple pillars which makes Live Band Sound hard to travel.
Live Band Sound Rating: 3/5

15) Hotel Fort Canning, Legends Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: Rectangular but stage area is slightly cramp and close to guests tables.
Live Band Sound Rating: 3.5/5

16) Intercontinental, Bugis, Grand Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating (Long Aisle): 4/5
Live Band Sound Rating (Short Aisle): 5/5

17) Mandarin Orchard, Imperial Ballroom Level 35

Layout: Squarish with Platform Steps
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: Stage area slightly cramp even for a 2PC Band.
Live Band Sound Rating: 4/5

18) Mandarin Orchard, Grand Ballroom Level 5

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 3PC-4PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 5/5

19) Marina Bay Sands, Orchid Ballroom (And Generally Most Ballrooms of similar shape)

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-4PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 4/5

20) Marina Mandarin, Grand Ballroom Level 1

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 4/5

21) Novotel Clark Quay, Cinnamon Room Level 5

Layout: Squarish
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: None
Live Band Sound Rating: 3.5/5

22) Orchid Country Club, Grand Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 3PC-4PC Band
Noteable Cons: None
Live Band Sound Rating: 5/5

23) Pan Pacific Hotel, Pacific Ballroom Level 1

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-4PC Band
Noteable Cons: None
Live Band Sound Rating (Long Aisle): 3.5/5

24) Park Royal Beach Road, Grand Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None
Live Band Sound Rating: 5/5

25) Park Royal Beach Road, Sky Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: Slightly Cramp if full tables.
Live Band Sound Rating: 4/5

26) Peach Garden OCBC

Layout: Squarish
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: Pillars dampening overall Live Band Sound
Live Band Sound Rating: 3.5/5

27) Peach Garden Orchid Country Club

Layout: Squarish
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: Low Ceiling & Pillars dampening overall Live Band Sound
Live Band Sound Rating: 3.5/5

28) Peony Jade @ Clarke Quay

Layout: Rectagular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: Stage is too cramp for even a 2PC Live Band. Overall venue too cramp and Live Band Speakers will blast the front table guests.
Live Band Sound Rating: 3/5

29) Qian Xi Summer Garden Restaurant Mount Faber SAFRA

Layout: Rectagular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: Live Band Area beside stage is slightly cramp for a 2PC Band.
Live Band Sound Rating: 3.5/5

30) RWS Convention Centre, Virgo Room

Layout: Curve Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 4/5

31) Shangri La Hotel Orchard, Island Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-4PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 5/5

32) Shangri La Hotel Orchard, Tower Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-4PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 5/5

33) Sheraton Hotel, Grand Ballroom Level 2

Layout: L-shape (if fully opened)
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None
Live Band Sound Rating: 3.5/5

34) Tung Lok Orchard Central

Layout: Squarish with a Glass Structure in between
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: No
Great for: 2PC Band
Noteable Cons: Glass Structure in middle of restaurant will dampen Live Band Sound to the guests behind. Space is also too cramp if fully seated.
Live Band Sound Rating: 3/5

35) Westin Singapore, Grand Ballroom

Layout: Rectangular
Seperate Side Stage for Live Band: Yes
Great for: 2PC-3PC Band
Noteable Cons: None.
Live Band Sound Rating: 4/5

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