How is your licence fee calculated?
We have tariffs which cover most types of clubs, from non-profit members' clubs to large nightclubs and dance halls.
Licence tariffs depend on:
- the size of your venue
- the type of club you're running
- how you play music (eg. in the background, DJs and live performances)
- if you play music on hold
DJs or karaoke jockeys may need a separate ProDub licence to play music at your venue. Please note, where they don’t have one, it may render your licence invalid.
Are you a not-for-profit amateur sports club?
Find out about our joint licensing arrangements for not-for-profit amateur sports clubs.
Discretionary Charging Policy: Tariff AMS (Amateur Sports Clubs), as ordered by the Copyright Tribunal, limited the charges in section 1.2.2 in specific circumstances for the period up to 31st December 2016. PRS for Music shall, for the one-year period from 1st January 2017 to 31st December 2017, apply a limit to the rate applicable in Section 1.2.2 to £200.00 standard rate maximum where the only use of background music is by a single radio or a single TV with a screen size less than 26 inches. This charging policy is provided at the absolute discretion of PRS for Music and all rights remain strictly reserved, including the right to review or remove the policy at any time.