Frequently Asked Questions
1. How many songs will you play during our event?
During a four hour event you can expect us to play between 70 and 80 songs, depending on the length of each song that is played.
2. Is set up and take down time included in the price?
Yes, your contract is based off of actual playing time.
3. Does it cost extra to have you MC my event?
No, that is part of what we do!
4. Can I meet with you before my event?
Yes, in fact, that is strongly encouraged. We want to help you plan your day to your tastes.
5. Do you take breaks?
6. What do I have to provide for you?
Just a 6 ft. table and an outlet, we bring everything else.
7. Can we provide a playlist?
Yes! In fact, that is strongly encouraged. Anything that we do not already have, we make every effort to provide for you. You can also give us a “DO NOT” playlist. That way, you can let your guests make requests without having to listen to a song you hate at your own wedding.
8. Can we see you in action?
Most events are not open to the public and the format of each event is catered to that client’s tastes.
9. Do I need to tip the DJ?
If you feel your DJ went above and beyond his call of duty, tipping is a way to show your appreciation. However, it is not required.
10. Do I need to provide a meal for the DJ?
The typical wedding is a long day for your DJ. They typically arrive well before your guests and still have to load out after the event is over. Since he can not leave or bring his own food to most locations, it is appropriate to provide a meal. If you are having a buffett, your vendors can get plates after your guests. If you are having a plated dinner, pizza or boxed lunches are more affordable options.
11. What happens if my DJ gets sick?
This almost never happens, so don’t worry. However, if it does, we will provide you another DJ and we will let you know as soon as possible.