What is included in the price of my event?
Once a final price has been agreed, this includes everything. Travel to and from your venue, the setup my equipment and me to DJ for your function.
How long do you need to set up and how much space do you require?
I will normally be at the venue approximately one hour before the event is due to start, and an area approx. 4m x 2m is ideal. For larger functions more time (and space) may be required.
Will you play ‘tacky’ songs such as The Birdie Song and Agadoo?
I get asked this question almost daily. It is your event, so I will play the music that you want. However I do have a few tracks that have not made it into my database for reasons of taste and credibility.
Can We Submit Our Music Choices?
Yes once the booking is confirmed, you will receive a username & password to login to my website and here you can send me song requests.
What will the DJ wear?
My dress code is smart casual, however, shirt or black tie will be worn upon request.
My Mum is worried that the music will be too loud and our guests won’t be able to hear themselves talk, will that be a problem?
That is a very valid question and I am always sensitive to making sure the volume is set to the correct level for everyone to enjoy the function. Furthermore I will always adjust the volume during the course of the evening, if required.
Will Our DJ take Requests on the night?
As well as offering a music request list for before the night, I am more than happy to hear from your guests. It really helps me to see what your guests will get dancing to.
What sets you apart from other DJs?
I consider myself to be a high-end DJ service with a tariff that is flexible and affordable for all, depending on the size and scale of your event. I utilise the best in modern equipment, which only heightens your party experience. I believe in a fair-pricing policy, because my passion is to help make yours the best possible party you could conceive.
How far in advance do I need to book?
The short answer is as soon as possible, to avoid disappointment.