FAQs

We understand exactly what wedding couples want: a great party full of the brilliant party music that’s made up their lives so far – music that all their guests love, played in a style that is ‘them’ not ‘mobile disco DJ’.

We believe everybody we DJ for deserves a brilliant and unforgettable time. So we hope you trust us enough to call for a chat and then work with us to make your event brilliant for everyone.

Making people dance all night isn’t just about playing music – it’s about understanding the event, the people and the atmosphere you want to create and bringing all the elements together to make it a fantastic evening.

You can read more testimonials on the website, and then feel free to call me for a chat.

2016 and 2017 bookings currently being taken.

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Do you have any Ideas about the first dance?

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Most wedding receptions will start with the new husband and wife having their first romantic dance as their life together begins.

Sometimes men (and some women) dread this part - worried that they may look silly in front of their friends, or just shy with all eyes on them and the possibility of tripping over their two left feet. So please don’t worry if you need it we can help you with the selection and timing etc.

(Once you have found your favourite slow track)

Traditionally, the evening starts with three dances. The first for the Bride and Groom only, the second for everyone - but led by the Bride and her Father and the third for everyone, but led by the Groom and his Mother. It is up to you if your do it this way, or just have one dance, starting with the Bride and Groom and everyone join in half way through - we will discuss this with you and make the night the success we both want.

 

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Can you work with a band?

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Yes, absolutely, we have worked with a huge number of live acts.

For example often when a client books a DJ and a band, they will ask for background music during/after the meal, the band will play the first dance and do their first set, which is generally around 45 minutes. We then take over again for around 30 to 45 minutes after which the band comes back on for their second set of 45 minutes. We then take over until the end of the night. This is not set in stone and it can be altered to your preference.

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How early should I book?

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We tend to get booked well in advance and the later you leave it the less chance of availability you’ll have. A booking is only confirmed once the retainer fee has been paid.

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Do you do anything else?

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Yes we are a party DJ company. See our sister website here.

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What Will The DJ Wear?

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Will wear smart trousers and a shirt when working at your wedding.

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What area do you cover?

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Anywhere in West Yorkshire.

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Can the bride and groom offer a song list?

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We always welcome favourite songs from our clients; a selection of around 10 is usually good. We utilize our experience to "read the crowd" so that we can keep your guests entertained on the dance floor. It is what the DJ does best after years of experience.

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How much Do You Charge?

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Each event is different The price is based on a number of factors that includes set up time, end time, venue etc. Feel free to get in touch to discuss your event and get an accurate and fair price for what you want.

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Can we meet you?

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We are always happy to meet you either at your home or at your wedding venue to fully discuss your requirements.

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Do We Need To Pay A Deposit?

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A non returnable £50 Deposit is required four weeks prior to the event. The final payment is required prior to set up at the event - we don't want you to have to be thinking about paying at the end of your event, we are sure you may have other things on your mind.

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What Will You Need At The Venue?

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We require 4 x 13amp plug sockets with in 10 meters our equipment. If you are in a marquee we request the contact details of the provider of the marquee so that we can check with them that there is the correct access to power in order to provide the best event for you.

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How Long Does It Take To Set-Up?

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We need access to the room for a minimum of 1.5 hours prior to the event, this is to set up and test the equipment. This is very important and we will need confirmation from yourself and the venue that this is possible.

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How do we know you are a good DJ?

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Please see our testimonials and on request we can also provide contact details of a satisfied client if you would like to check further.

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Do you have PLI and PAT certificates?

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Yes More and more venues are now insisting that the dj has PLI (Public Liability Insurance) and PAT (Portable Appliance Tested) certificates.