Our List of Musts for Pro Dj Pay:
-You must own your own sound system, music, wireless microphone and custom lighting effects.
-You must own and insure your own vehicle and one that is in excellent mechanical condition. When a client’s wedding is your destination, you have to be there on time. No room for error.
-You must be the type of person who strives for 100% client satisfaction every time. If only 90% of your past clients would say that you are a quality entertainer we are sorry but we are not interested.
-You must have experience as a DJ.
-You must be the type of person who can motivate others to have FUN through the strength of your personality, your excellent choice of music, reading the crowd and most importantly, honoring the wishes and requests of the client.
-You must understand and respect the decorum of a wedding ceremony and have experience performing at them, as this is one of the services we provide our clients in addition to performing at their receptions.
-You must also respect the clergy when performing a ceremony or interacting with them at a reception event. These devoted individuals serve a vital role in our society and deserve your utmost respect at all times.
-You must possess an open mind regarding and broad knowledge of all types of music. Our DJ’s play what our clients wish to hear. Not what the DJ wishes to hear.
-You must be the type of person who is ALWAYS on time. Every time. We require you to arrive at the venue a full 75 minutes prior to the first tune being played. A full 75 minutes. Not 65, not 60. A full 75 minutes. Also we promise our clients that our DJ’s will start the music 10 minutes early if they want us to.
-You must be professional in appearance, speech and demeanor at all times at events, not only with the client but also with our friends and co workers in this business, banquet hall managers, catering companies, photography firms, etc. We do not allow a DJ to consume any alcohol, smoke a cigarette, take a break, solicit tips or exhibit any other unprofessional behaviors at events.
-We apologize sincerely if these “Musts” offend you in any way. But we feel strongly that it would be better to risk offending a potential new DJ than to risk offending even one of our clients. We hope you understand and wish you success in the future be that with us or otherwise. Take good care of yourselves and those whom you love most dearly in your lives.
$35-$95 / Hour Depending on Setup and DJ/MC Evaluation during interview.
We do adjust pay as you progress with our brand
(2 Speakers, 3 LED Dance lights, DJ System in Cases, Wireless Mic, Speaker Stands and Light Stands)
We pay extra for extra Gear…