Hi all,

Thank you in advance to anyone with suggestions.

So, a few times per year our family hosts a  céilí.  I have a small stage in my backyard and invite musicians and non-musicians to come play, eat, drink and enjoy.  As these are getting a more and more popular, I was wondering if anyone has a set of generally accepted rules for such events.

This is at a private residence.  Alcohol is present.  And it is family oriented.  I have yet to have problem with any musician as I have known them all personally.  However, if some is invited by a guest and is a stage hog, or has some other issue, I figured it may be a good idea to have known rules of behaviour?

Again, thanx all for the help.



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Well.....since its your own house you set the rules I think.....

Rules are usually needed if you don't control your visitors' invitations directly or if you don't know everyone very well. I remember one incident with alcohol on one of the events that were organized by my close friend - thank God it ended well. But it makes more sense to call to the nearest rehab if that happens: https://addictionresource.com/drug-rehab/locator/

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