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Frequently Asked Questions
What are your rates?
Our pricing varies per event due to all of the variables involved, such as the date, event size and length, equipment, etc. We generally charge by the event not by the hour. Please contact us for a quote!
Do you offer discounts?
Yes! We offer an off-season discount that generally only applies to weddings, but be sure to ask if your event date qualifies.
We also offer a military discount for active duty service members, veterans, and reservists.
Will you travel?
We love to do destination events and weddings. While based in Atlanta, our DJs have done events and weddings throughout the Southeast and across the country. Let's talk!
Can I choose the music? Do you take requests during the event?
We love to take your requests prior to the event to incorporate into our live mix. At the event, within the guidelines you’ve given us (i.e. the DO NOT play list) and the DJ's discretion, we are happy to accommodate requests from guests – who are often surprised to meet a friendly DJ!
What about lighting?
Whether you want to transform the atmosphere of a venue and bring ambience to your event, or you are looking to light up the dance floor, we offer wireless LED uplights as well as sound activated moving party lights.
Do you also MC?
We provide any and all MC services needed. We don't believe the MC should be showy or a “hype man," but for all announcements and directing the flow of an event, we have you covered.
Do you provide microphones?
We provide a handheld wireless microphone for all events. For weddings with ceremony service, we also include 2 wireless lapel (lavalier) microphones (one for the officiant and one for the groom).
Are you a fully professional operation that’s licensed, insured, and has backup equipment onsite?
Yes. 100%. We take our business very seriously and make sure to cover all bases legally and professionally.
Are there other event professionals you recommend?
So glad you asked! Check them out here!
Header photo courtesy of Daniel Parvis Photography