What do you wear to your gigs? Do you think shorts are acceptable?

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we usually wear shorts and our tropical shirts because that is normally what the clients are wearing also. but for formal church performances and some concerts and clinics, of course we wear more formal attire.  great discussion , by the way.. thanks for adding it.

Weddings are usually more formal, so I wear long pants and even SHOES!!!  Ugh. 

99% of the time shorts and flips.

Shorts and flip flops. Best to check with your client first though especially wedding gigs. I've done them in shorts/flipflops and tuxedos. Again, check with client first a few days or so B4 gigs and there will be no surprises.



brad shores said:

we usually wear shorts and our tropical shirts because that is normally what the clients are wearing also. but for formal church performances and some concerts and clinics, of course we wear more formal attire.  great discussion , by the way.. thanks for adding it.

Same w/ me, shorts, tropical shirt, flip flops. For weddings I'll grab some linen pants and a "nice" tropical shirt...

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