What is the difference between the DJs?
Rates are tiered based on the DJ’s current wedding experience, so that we can accommodate a range of budget, project management and creative expectations. If you let us know the important factors to you in hiring a DJ, we can suggest the best match for you.
May we speak with our potential DJ before deciding?
Yes! This is encouraged, once a scope of work has been established, and a quote has been provided.
What is your deposit and payment policy?
Approximately 1/3 to reserve the date via Venmo, Zelle, Bank Transfer, Personal Check, PayPal or Credit Card. The balance due is paid directly to the DJ the day of the event, via Check, Cash or Venmo only.
What about the contract?
Contracts are issued digitally via Adobe Sign. Once you are ready to go forward, we will send you a sample version to review.
Is it possible to book the Basic Package now, and add hours, speakers or services later?
Absolutely! We only book one event per DJ per day, and are happy to accommodate post-contract changes with at least 30 days’ notice.
Do you have liability insurance?
Yes, and we will provide proof for your venue on request.
Will the DJ make announcements?
All our DJs are experienced in making any announcements needed to keep the flow of the party going. We do not bring a separate MC.
Can we give the DJ a must play/do not play list?
This is strongly encouraged, and we will ask for some of your favorite bands and genres and those your guests may enjoy. Otherwise, you may have as much or as little control over the song pool as you like, and we’ll take care of the rest.
Will the DJ take requests from guests?
We love taking requests and interacting with your guests! If you prefer otherwise, we will politely decline or suggest a song or style we’ve already agreed on.
Will the DJ require a meal at my event?
Yes – vendor meals are customary and always appreciated. We generally prefer to eat discreetly from the DJ table and don’t take many breaks.
Will the DJ drink alcohol at my event?
No – it is unprofessional and a violation of our liability insurance policy.
Can you play music that reflects a particular culture (e.g., Jewish, Spanish, Indian, etc.)?
How many songs will the DJ be able to play?
15-20 songs per hour. We consider it precious real estate.
Do you use turntables and play vinyl records?
Though we are all vinyl lovers, we use laptops at events.
What is your contingency plan?
DJs don’t take sick days, but in case of an emergency with advance notice, we would do our best to find a replacement and make your shared timeline, music organizer and gear, if feasible, available to him or her.
Did we miss anything?
Please contact us with any other questions or to speak with Jane or any of the other DJs directly – we are here to help!