Phat Hat is a band out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana whose main goal is to keep the dance floor rocking all night. This band plays a variety of some of the most upbeat tunes ever created, including the funkiest dance songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s. With influences such as Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Earth Wind and Fire, KC and the Sunshine Band and Wild Cherry, you and your guests won’t sit down for one minute on your wedding day. Winners of the Couples’ Choice Award in 2018, Phat Hat builds their sound on the foundation of deep rhythm and soulful goodness that will exceed your expectations for a wedding band.
Couples have the option of choosing the perfect set list from a variety of genres, including dance, funk, jazz, Motown and R&B. Their services offered include:
29 Reviews for Phat Hat
Recommended by 100% of couples
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Elise R. · Married on 03/12/2021
Life of the party!
Phat Hat is the life of the party! My husband and I never left the dance floor, along with all of our family and friends. Phat Hat learned two of our first dance songs specifically for our reception, and they sounded just like the original! We couldn't have asked for a better band to play at our wedding. They were great at reading the energy of the guests, and played songs that kept everyone dancing!Sent on 01/07/2020
Lanie L. · Married on 02/19/2021
10/10 would recommend Phat Hat for any special event! They were AMAZING! We had a blast for our wedding reception. We never left the dance floor!! Our guests complimented the band all night and are still talking about it a week later! I wish we could do it all over again!Sent on 03/01/2021
Laura L. · Married on 02/11/2021
Best time with the best band!
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND PHAT HAT! They were great in every way possible! They reached out beforehand to determine our expectations and followed through above and beyond. Everyone was on the dance floor having the best time! I couldn't have imagined a more fun night. I am so thankful for experience with them.Sent on 01/07/2021
While some bands shy away from endorsing other bands often because of the stigma of competition. However when it comes to Phat Hat the only emotion that I have is of admiration and respect for what they do. They are one of the few bands that we refer business to. Why? Because I know that Rick and the rest of the band will exceed expectations and set the bar in terms of professionalism