Rules for Performers

Hi there!

Thank you for your interest in playing at the Delucas.  We are very excited to have you.  This letter is to try to answer any questions you may have about your performance. 



We like to have a good time, but we first and foremost need to run a restaurant.  We need to keep the noise level below 86 decibels.  We reserve the right to pull the plug if we cannot maintain a reasonable level to keep our customers.  We start about 6:00 pm and start winding down about 8:30 pm. 



We know that everybody wants to make some money performing. For bands performing at our venue for the first time we offer $50 per band member, ½ off dinner, and 2 free drinks. If you decide you like playing here, then we can negotiate any future performances.



In order to keep a consistent experience in our venue we have consulted with a sound engineer to build a PA system that takes advantage of our space We also employ that sound engineer for each gig so that you sound as good as possible.  He can answer any questions you may have about equipment we have.  He will also ask you to provide some information to him to ensure a smooth performance. We strongly encourage you to take advantage of both while you are performing here.

Equipment storage

Our venue has a relatively small stage area. In order to keep the area clean for musicians we have a separate storage area in the back for cases and other items. Its secure and under video surveillance at all time.



Please feel free to create a Facebook event and ask us to co-host.  I promote with signage at the restaurant, our website, social media, Boise Weekly online, Idaho Statesman online and event pages.  If you have any specific information, pictures or video clips of your band you would like me to include please email to, otherwise I will use info I can find online.


Sound Questionnaire

Band Name:

Main Contact/Phone Number/Email:

How many are in your group?

What are the instruments in your group?

How many vocal mic’s are needed?

Any instruments that need to be plugged directly into the mixing console?

Any other info that may be of help?


Again, we welcome you and hope you enjoy playing at our venue. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.  We look forward to working with you!