i wish i would've: asked my dj these questions
As anyone who has been at more than a couple weddings knows how vital good entertainment is to the wedding success. A good DJ will keep your guests engaged and participating until the very last song.
Here is a suggested list of questions to ask when interviewing a potential DJ.
Do you provide your own table/linen/skirting? If not, what size table do you need?
What sort of power do you need? (specific wattage if possible)
What sort of lighting do you provide?
How do you engage the crowd? Do you play games or do group dances?
Are you equipped to set up outside? Who is responsible for damaged equipment in case of bad weather?
Do you have access to a generator?
Do you advertise your business at my event (in the way of signage or business cards placed on tables)?
Can I preview a show?
How involved will/can I be involved with song selection? (it is good to have your own style but also remember that your DJ is a professional so he may advise you not to play hard core rap all night long)
Will i meet the DJ that will be performing at my event ahead of time?
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