How To Get The Best DJ For Your Party

A DJ’s fees don’t just djs for party  the time they spend spinning songs at your event. They also account for time spent preparing by making playlists and sourcing music that matches the tone you’re after. Requests for obscure music can also increase costs as the DJ may have to buy or download new tunes. Make sure to communicate openly with your DJ about must-hear songs and overall mood.

The number of hours you book a DJ for will impact the total cost. Many DJs have packages with a set amount of hours and flexible pricing to add additional hours.

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Most DJs will have their own equipment, but it’s essential that you provide a dry, covered space for them to unload and set up and a safe supply of electricity. They will probably need an hour or two to get everything ready for the start of the event.

DJs can be a great option for events that centre around a particular activity, such as a hot-dog eating or talent competition. They can provide background music to keep the energy high while people compete and then pump up the atmosphere with a mix of dancing and fun to help everyone feel like they’re part of something big.

One home truth about organising parties is that it will almost certainly turn out differently than you imagined. But rather than blaming your DJ or trying to talk down the event, try to focus on mobilising the people who will enjoy it. Remember that it takes most people six times to take action – so do everything you can to promote your party!