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Whether you want us for an hour or even 10hours this is entirely up to you! However, our average party lasts between 3-4 hours but we will play for however long you want!
This depends on the package. The most common package takes about 1 hr to setup. This will be done a couple of hours prior to the event if possible.
Of course – we know that punctuality is a necessity and as professionals, we are aware of our responsibilities to our clients. The setting up time depends on the package you have chosen but on average we spend an hour setting up and our set up time and then removing the equipment again is NEVER part of our entertainment fee, unlike some other DJ’s.
Yes - We aren't an agency if you book us you will have us!
We are more than willing to discuss what music you want played at your event - when we send the contract out to you we give you the opportunity to write down what music you want to hear and if there’s any music you definitely don’t want to hear then that’s also fine for us to discuss that.
Requests are also not a problem, if you or someone on the night thinks of a song they would like to hear then you can just tell us and we will do our best to play them.
A deposit is required in advance and full payment is required in cash on the night.
It’s entirely down to our discretion and also the venue’s discretion but you have to take in mind bars & venues have liquor and entertainment license with strict guidelines. If we do carry on for longer than you booked us for there will be an overtime charge of €50 per hour and does not include the additional cost of the room hire etc. Also, if you do want us to carry on please let us know within a couple of hours prior to the events end time.
This depends entirely on what disco package you choose; the time of year e.g. Christmas will cost a bit more and transport costs if you would like a free no obligation quote please do not hesitate to contact Louisa or Aaron (Contact details are on the home page/contact us page)
Some venues that have their own resident DJ try to insist you to stick to them but this can be a very big risk as some of them just get the cheapest around regardless of quality/performance even if they are high-end venues, then try and charge you double or even triple the price that they should be charging. Some venues, however, do have good resident DJ’s but it’s just whether you want to take the risk. It’s your event so you shouldn’t be pushed into anything that the venue says.