Motor Coach Travel Advice for Performing GroupsEmily Ward
If you are a Music Director looking to offer your students inexpensive travel to that once-in-a-lifetime performance opportunity, motor coach travel is much cheaper than flying. Getting there might take a bit longer, but your group can save money and enjoy new scenery. Coach trips are longer than those by air, of course, so it’s important to make oneself as comfortable as possible. The better you are prepared, the better time you’ll have. Don’t forget to bring your sense of humor along, too! No matter how much preparation goes into a band, choir, or orchestra trip, plans have a chance of being derailed by things beyond anyone’s control. Issues can pop up like prairie dogs: health emergencies, traffic jams, accidents, funky weather, bus breakdowns, you name it! Like Farmer’s Insurance, “we’ve seen a thing or two!” Check out this advice for performance trip bus travel:
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No matter if you are on a trip with Music Travel, or are taking Greyhound across the country, we hope these tips help you enjoy the ride and arrive at your destination rested and ready for what’s next!
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