Here you will find some of the most asked questions during the entertainment selection process. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!
Do you have an upcoming wedding we can attend before booking your services?
I do not invite people to other weddings that I am hired to DJ. This is one of those things I do not feel is right. The couple that hired me to DJ their wedding is my main focus of that night. By inviting others to their event to see how I work would take my focus off of my main purpose that evening (the bride and groom). Just ask yourself what you would think if it’s your wedding night and you see the DJ you hired talking to two random people when he should be working or entertaining your guests. I know I would be upset.
About how many hours do you put into every event?
A full-service disc jockey will normally invest from 12 to 30 hours to your 4-hour event. Consultations, music purchasing & editing, preparation, set-up and tear-down, education and other business-related endeavors add up to the overall success of your special occasion.
How far in advance should I book your services?
Most clients secure our services one year in advance. As a rule of thumb it’s a good idea to book your entertainment as soon as possible after you sign an agreement with the event location.
Do you use professional equipment?
We use the most reliable professional equipment on the market, this allows us to consistently deliver bullet-proof sound every time no matter what size the crowd.
Do you provide backup equipment?
What makes a Wedding Disc Jockey different from a Club DJ?
An experienced Wedding Disc Jockey is familiar proper etiquette and protocol for a wedding and can assist you with the planning of your special day. He/she will coordinate, emcee, and program the right mix of music for your guests. They are skilled at interacting with and entertaining a wide audience from 8 to 80 years. In contrast most Club DJs only mix the latest music and cater to one specific age group.
Do you provide a contract?
All our events are covered by contract, contracts which outlines the terms and conditions we perform under, this protects all the parties involved.
Can we make a list of songs to be played?
Do you take requests?
Do you charge for travel or set-up?
There is no charge for either except in extreme circumstances, i.e. no elevator access to an upstairs event, large hall or long halls to the venue area, no or lack of parking rarely in the downtown area of some larger cities, or a venue more than 50 miles from our office.
How much time do you require for set-up and break-down? Is there a charge for this?
We will arrive approximately one to three hours prior to the start time, to set up our equipment and more importantly to sound check and test our equipment and discuss all pertinent matters with the catering director and other wedding vendors to ensure proper timing of your reception events.
Do you offer a system for the wedding ceremony if needed.
Yes, a pa system is offered for an additional fee of $150.00 to your package price at same location as reception. $250.00 if ceremony is at a different location other than reception location. This pa package includes mic(s) for the officiant, ceremony music for entry and exit of the wedding party and so much more.
If you are currently serving active, guard or reserves in the US ARMY, MARINES, AIR FORCE, NAVY, or US COAST GUARD and have your id card for proof or if you have served in the past and have an honorable discharge and have your dd214 discharge papers to prove so, I am offering to you an additional discount for my services to thank you for your service. Discount is based upon the system you choose ($50.00 - $150.00) and cannot be combined with other offers.
Thank you to all who have served past present and in the future!!!
Prior service US ARMY
19D Cavalry Scout