We have provided answers to some of the questions that the American Disc Jockey Association encourages brides and grooms to ask any prospective entertainer.
1. Are you insured? Can you supply me with proof of liability?
We are fully insured and can supply a Certificate of Liability, which can be used as proof.
2. Will you be willing to play requests and discuss music ahead of time?
We will listen to your suggestions, give you feedback, and play from your desired song list. We accept the fact you may not want certain songs played and we believe that we cannot know everything about your musical preferences and entertainment needs without communication, so pre-wedding meetings are a major part of our process.
3. Do you use Professional Equipment?
We invest heavily in our equipment because we believe that having the best tools will enable us to produce the best events reliably and successfully. A list of our equipment can be made available at any time and we encourage you to call the American Disc Jockey Association at 888-723-5776 to confirm our equipment, if you are unsure.
4. Do you provide backup equipment at my event?
Backup is crucial to any successful event. Through our many years of experience we know that anything can happen at any time, so we bring an entirely separate setup to every event. Our backup includes everything it would take to get your party back up and running in seconds, not minutes.
5. Does the Disc Jockey know the proper etiquette for your type of party?
We assist you with the planning of your special day and on the day of we will coordinate, emcee, and provide the music that you desire. We have been DJing weddings, almost exclusively, for 9 years and we are confident that we can handle most any situation.
6. How much time do you allow for set-up?
Punctuality is a necessity. We arrive at least two hours prior to the start time you've given us, to ensure time to setup and test our equipment and make any necessary changes. We believe we absolutely must be setup and in-place before your first guest walks through the door.
7. Do you provide a written contract?
We require a written contract for all events to protect all parties involved and stand by all of our agreements. Typically, a deposit will be taken with the signed contract to ensure that we are both on the same page and to reserve your date with us.
8. Will you be suitably dressed for our occasion?
Our standard attire is a black tie tuxedo. We strive to convey professionalism and class at your event. If you are having a "themed" event, we ask that you inform us as to what we should wear.
We encourage you to ask these questions of any entertainer that you are speaking with and we’d be happy to discuss any further questions you might have.