Part 1 of our two-part video series on Performing Rights Fees (PRS): what they are and whether you need to pay them.
Watch Part 2: Paying PRS fees
If you are putting on a public performance of music you may have to pay royalty fees. It is important that you understand what you obligations are and that you are paying any fees where necessary.
Part 2 of our two-part video series on Performing Rights Fees (PRS): how to pay
Watch Part 1: What are PRS fees
Read our detailed guidance on PRS fees
The tariff to be used by Making Music members when paying performing rights royalties to PRS when renewing membership for 2019.
This guidance will outline when you need to pay performing rights fees and how to pay them.
You must complete a PRS declaration slip for every concert where you pay royalty fees through Making Music.
If you're performing dramatico-musical works (e.g. an opera, musical, revue, pantomime or ballets) then Grand Rights apply and additional permissions must be sought be required.
This guidance provides a simple guide to some of the issues surrounding the use of music online. For the most up-to-date and comprehensive information we advise you to consult PRS for Music.