Here are a few of the questions we are often asked, but if there’s something else you want to know please don’t hesitate to ask!
What kind of music do you play?
In simple terms… whatever you want. This is your function, not ours, and we will play any style of music you ask us to. We even have an online system where you can create an playlist of all your favourite songs. Even better is you can also let you friends and family get involved and ask them to put the songs they like on the list as well, that way everyone is happy!
Do you accept requests?
What kind of DJs would we be if we didn’t?! You DJ will always accept (music related) requests on the night.
What does a Wedding DJ cost?
Every event is different and tailored to your requirements. As such there is no “menu of event costs”. We need to know a few bits of information and then we can provide you with an accurate quote. To get one please visit our quote page.
Do we sign a booking agreement?
Yes, just to make sure we are on the same page and have all the correct information. This gives you something solid to show our commitment to your event. You can read our terms here. Beware of any DJ who doesn’t offer a contract!.
Do we need to pay a deposit?
Yes, we ask for a 20% booking fee together with your signed booking agreement to secure your date. Ideally by BACS but alternative methods may be arranged..
When do you arrive to set up an event?
It typically takes an hour to set up, but that will depends on a few things like access, dance floors, mood lighting, etc…
What are your booking terms?
All events are subject to our booking terms and conditions which you can view here.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We prefer BACS, but others can be arranged.
What is your overtime policy?
We don’t have one… we’ll keep playing till you say stop
Do you carry public liability insurance?
Yes! we carry a £5,000,000 liability policy – you can view it online by looking at the key information page page.
Is your equipment safety tested to any standard?
Absolutely! All of our equipment is tested in accordance with PAT regulation.
What will the DJ wear?
Unlike those who turn up in scruffy jeans, a cheesy slogan t-shirt and some trainers, as a minimum standard it will always be a shirt, smart shoes and trousers. However, if you require, we can dress according to your requirements such as Black Tie.
Is DJ lighting important for a professional photographer?
Absolutely, after speaking with professional photograph John Paul O’Donnell he says “using good lighting makes his shots and without the right lighting the pictures will never be as good”. So we take the time to get the best lighting for you.