. Black & white (chequered) dance floors which are the sophisticated favourites for many events. Also available as ‘just’ white.
. White twinkling LED dance floors (starlit) which are especially popular for wedding parties & marquees.
. Black twinkling LED dance floors (starlit) which look very smart for corporate events & black tie dinners/parties.
The size of the dance floor you require will depend on how many guests you have attending, amount of space available & your budget. See the price guide below for full details.
The floors come in 2ft squares & we can supply any size from 12ft * 12ft to 20ft * 20ft as standard, but have also supplied up to 40*60 ft floors for larger events. (Rectangular sizes also available).
|Size of dance floor||Guests dancing||Guests attending||Chequered or white||Starlit (black or white)|
|12ft x 12ft||20||Under 80||£225||£375|
|14ft x 14ft||30||Under 100||£275||£475|
|16ft x 16ft||30||Under 150||£330||£575|
|18ft x 18ft||60||Under 200||£450||£675|
|20ft x 20ft||80||Under 250||£550||£775|
Andy B Events are pleased to offer competitive rates on Dance Floor Hire throughout the North West!
Our dance floors really do add elegance & glamour to your special event. These fabulous feature floors which definitely give you the ‘WOW’ factor! They will also look much cooler in the photos of your event!
The hotel’s ‘worse for wear’ wooden floors can sometimes spoil the aesthetics, especially if you’ve spent a small fortune decorating/theming the rest of the room. Dance floor hire prices include delivery, installation & pick up throughout Lancashire, Manchester, Chester & Liverpool. Please ask for a tailored quote if your event is slightly further afield such as the Lake District/Cumbria.
You can find lots of photos of our dance floors set up at various venues throughout the North West on our Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1497459210295389.1073741897.172309206143736&type=1&l=9d7afa01ae
Worth noting that our LED floors are what we call hard wired unlike most of our competitors who use wireless floors. The difference is that during the course of the evening, the floors take a few knocks with guests dancing etc, the wireless floors can sometimes come apart slightly leaving certain panels without power which doesn’t look good, so we’ve gone with the wired ones to avoid this.