Set List & Songs

Just some of the material we currently perform
Looking to add something a little more dynamic to your wedding or event? Roaming bands and singing waiters bring their performance off stage and directly to your guests. This type of performance is gaining in popularity. Highly engaging and something your guests will never forget.

A wandering acoustic act with the WOW factor. A live human jukebox!

Quirky, spontaneous and interactive. Bursting with personality, talent and feel good factor. Holly and the Heels specialise in taking requests, playing outstanding versions of your favourite songs literally wherever you like.

No wires, No electric, Just instant fun.

London based The Wanderland Band are quickly building a reputation of being the UK’s best acoustic roaming act – the perfect entertainment for your drinks reception or dinner if you are looking to inject some fun and energy to really get the party started.

The Wanderland Band repertoire is full of classic singalong songs from the last 50 years, including favourites by Van Morrison, The Beatles, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Prince, Bryan Adams, Paolo Nutini, Bruno Mars, Olly Murs and many more!

The band is completely un-amplified so can be flexible in performance location and will be able to work with pretty much all venues – even those without a licence for amplified music.

The modern sound, fresh image and infectious performance has seen The Wanderland Band become a hugely popular addition to weddings, private dinner parties and corporate events. The band are part of the very select roster at premier UK Entertainment Agency Tailored Entertainment and the bookings are professionally managed from start to finish.

As standard The Wanderland Band provide:

Stylish, fun and brilliant 4-piece band with male vocals, percussion, upright bass, acoustic guitar and sax!
2 x 45 minute sets or 1 x 90 minute sets of live music
Set list of classic feel good singalong tunes, old and new
Public Liability Insurance (your venue will require the band to have this)
Special request performed