Options for 1 to 3 performers – these are indications only, formal quotes subject to a fully completed application form as below.
What is it and Why you need it.
Though liability insurance is optional in most cases, it is strongly recommended for Australian street performers as the likelihood of being sued for negligence is unpredictable and may be very costly. Types of liability insurance you may need to consider include:
Public and Product liability insurance
This covers your liability for damage to property or injury to a third party that occurs in and around your performance area and/or from your products that you sell or give away. It protects you and your business against the financial risk of being found liable to a third party for death or injury, loss or damage of property or economic loss resulting from your negligence.
Insurance for Buskers and Street Performers
This insurance is available to persons who regard themselves as Buskers, Street Performers, incl. Musicians & Singers (excluding Bands), Comedians, Jugglers, Magicians, Clowns, Face Painters, Mime Actors, Spruikers, Dancers, Puppeteers, Costume Characters, Balloon Artists, Temporary Spray on and Henna Tattoos, Palm Readers and Tarot Card Readers.
Australia Wide Cover
Including Shopping Centres, Malls, Markets, Corporate or Private Functions.
Competitive and Trusted
Very Competitive Prices.
Long term APRA approved Australian Insurer.
Recommended by many of our clients.
About City Rural Insurance Brokers
City Rural Insurance Brokers in Adelaide South Australia, was established in July 1995 and over this time has developed specialist brokers in areas ranging from Commercial Motor, Market Stalls, Professional Indemnity, Liability, Business, Event and Arts and Crafts Insurances for clients across Australia. Our Brokers have over 50 years of Industry experience.
We are members of the Steadfast Group, which entitles our clients to additional benefits on a range of policies from Home & Contents, Private Motor and Business Pack Insurance to name a few, at no extra cost.
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