Fully Funktional – High energy band that adds the WOW factor to any event!

Fully Funktional is not your average party band. It is an exceptional band that plays throughout the world for blue chip company corporate events, major sporting events, celebrity parties, product launches and weddings.

Fully Funktional are dynamic, young, energetic, talented musicians who’s aim it is to ensure that wherever they play the dance floor remains full all night. They have the skill, experience, desire & playlist to live up to the label of being The best party band in the UK!

The band’s musicians have serious pedigree having worked with Sir Tom Jones, Kylie, Craig David, Lemar, Shirley Bassey, Daniel Beddingfield, Phil Collins, Bryan Adams, Natalie Cole, Tony Bennett, Spandau Ballet, the 4 Tops, The Supremes, BBC Big Band and many West End shows.

Fully Funktional is scalable both in size and production provision to handle everything from a brunch for 50 people to a super sized event for 5000. The regular band is the 8pc which has rhythm section plus 3 singers and 2pc brass section. This can be added to with additional singers, horns and percussionist for 10pc bands & upwards. For smaller events the 6pc band is often called upon with rhythm section, 2 singers & horn.

Production ranges from the band’s self contained PA & lighting package for smaller venues & events or for larger events and venues they have their own production team capable of delivering high end audio and visuals for the most demanding of events.


Corporate events world wide include playing in: Barcelona, Bangkok, Mauritius, Montreux, for Microsoft in Istanbul, Le Meridien in Dubai, Intercontinental and Shangri-La in Oman, Geopost in Rome, British Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, Royal Ascot (annually), King George Day, Shergar Cup, The Maldives for The One&Only group and Sheraton.

International destinations for weddings: Lake Como, Venice, Prague, Cyprus, Lyon, Dublin

Fully Funktional have supported Katrina & The Waves, Bananarama, Midge Ure, Rick Astley, Howard Jones, & many others

Notable UK venues include: virtually every hotel on Park Lane, Wembley Stadium, Blenheim Palace, Hever Castle, Center Parcs, Dunston Hall, Leicester Tigers Stadium, Watford FC, Fulham FC, Pennyhill Park, Twickenham Stadium, Wentworth Golf Club, Hatfield House, Luton Hoo, Kew Gardens, Beaumont Estate, Silverstone, Gleneagles & many others

Audio Samples


Performance options

8pc Standard band

drums, bass, guitar, male singer, 2 female singer, trumpet, saxophone

10pc band

Adds Horn (trombone) & percussion

Larger bands

Add singers, brass, dancers! to suit

6pc band

drums, bass, guitar, male singer, female singer, horn

Set list / Repertoire

Juice – Lizzo
Levitating – Dua Lipa
Finally – CeCe Peniston
Can’t Stop The Feeling – JustinTimberlake
24K Magic – Bruno Mars
One Way or Another – Blondie
Dance Monkey – Tones & I
Good Times – Chic
This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan
Dakota – Stereophonics
Never Too Much – Luther Vandross
Le Freak – Chic
Mysterious Girl – Peter Andre
Blurred Lines – Robin Thicke
I”m Every Woman – Whitney Houston
Oh What a Night – Frankie Vallie
Love Me Again – John Newman
We Are Family/Wannabe mashup – Sledge/Spice
Shut And Dance – Walk The Moon
Sex On Fire – The Killers
Move Your Feet – Junior Senior
Freed From Desire – Gala
Show Me Love – Robyn S
You Got The Love – Florence & The Machine

Higher Love – Kygo & Whitney Houston
Ain’t Nobody – Chaka Khan
Sweet Dreams – Eurythmics
Crazy In Love – Beyonce
Summer of 69 – Bryan adams
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
Domino – Jessie J
Just Can’t Get Enough – Depeche Mode
I Want You Back – Jackson 5
Free – Ultra Nate
We Found Love – Rihanna
Titanium- Sia & David Guetta
Don’t You Want Me Baby – Human League
Signed, Sealed, Delivered – Stevie Wonder
Uptown Funk – Bruno Mars
Valerie – Amy Winehouse
Last Nite – The Strokes
Don’t Start Now – Dua Lipa
All Night Long – Lionel Richie
You Give Love A Bad Name – Bon Jovi
Don’t Stop Believing – Journey
Head & Heart – Joel Corry ft MNEK
Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen
Place Your Hands – Reef
Mr Brightside – The Killers
Don’t Look Back In Anger – Oasis
Hey Jude – The Beatles