First time hiring a DJ? You are not alone! Sounds Good Entertainment has the answers you need.
Q: What does a DJ Do for an event? Do they just play music for dancing?
A: Your DJ is not just a jukebox. A wedding/event DJ works with your dynamic schedule to make transitions with music, announcements, and introductions, provide sound reinforcement for speeches, toasts, and ceremonies, and of course, play the right song at the right time to bring the party to life!
Q: Do you have a lot of variety of music you can play?
A: Absolutely! For example, we can go from oldies to club hits, switch it up with a country line dance, back to current hits, then move through 80s and 90s old school Hip Hop… all in one night. We’ve got the knowledge and selection to get a diverse party dancing and loving it!
Q: I see a lot of DJs adverting similar looking services. How do I choose? –
- First, know who you are getting. Some companies randomly assign you a DJ that may not be who you had in mind.
- Then determine how experienced the DJ is for your event. Beware of the inexperienced DJ that offers bargain prices but disappointing service.
- And last but not least, know the final cost. There is no reason to spend thousands of dollars to get a great DJ!
Q: Sounds Good Entertainment offers “Event Coordination” What does that mean?
A: An event coordinator can help alleviate stress by planning, organizing, and executing the many details for a smooth and successful event. This is a separate service for an additional fee. Contact us for availability if interested.
Q: How much preparation will the DJ from Sounds Good Entertainment need for my event?
A: A good DJ spends many hours preparing, from corresponding with clients to organizing playlists so each event is customized and ready to go! By getting all planning guides, schedules, and meetings finished at least two weeks prior helps ensure a successful event.
Q: What does the DJ need at the venue?
A: Please provide a 6 foot table with tablecloth, a couple of chairs, electricity, and shelter from weather.
Q: How many setups do I need?
A: A single setup will be sufficient if all DJed events are taking place at the same location. If there is distance between the events, such as the ceremony in one area and the reception in another, then an additional setup is required.