United States - Westminster
Party Time Productions is a family owned and operated, single system mobile DJ service specializing in wedding receptions and corporate events. We have only one DJ ... me! I have more than 20 years experience as a mobile DJ, run only professional (commercial) grade sound and lighting equipment and bring an extensive music collection ranging from the 1940s to current top 40 to every event!
Who in your opinion is the best DJ?
Does your DJ have a planner that they can send you? Will your DJ meet with you to discuss the planner and any other special needs that the client might have? Does your DJ have a contract? Will your DJ take AND PLAY your requests? Does your DJ use professional grade sound and lighting equipment? Does your DJ have a backup system available? Does your DJ love what they do?
What services do most Djs offer?
DJ services should offer an event planning worksheet to assist clients in working out as many details related to the entertainment as possible. DJs should offer face-to-face meetings if possible. DJs should offer a wide variety of music for the clients to consider. DJs should PLAY YOUR REQUESTS! All DJs should offer professional/commercial grade sound and lighting equipment.
What dj equipment is used today?
DJ equipment should be professional/commercial grade sound and lighting. Prospective clients should be wary of digital DJs that have ALL of their music on a laptop as computers sometimes like to crash! DJs should have a neat and tidy set-up that adds to the event. DJs should know their equipment well enough to troubleshoot if there is a problem.
What was your biggest show to date?
Personally, my largest event was 350 guests at a corporate event. The event began with a cocktail hour (light jazz and soft rock background music - not loud), dinner music for approximately an hour and a half (light jazz and soft rock - not loud), half hour awards presentation (no music - Company President used microphone) and then I kicked the party into high gear with dance music (variety of music genres) utilizing client requested music and requests from party attendees.
Do you play all types of music?
My personal philosophy when it comes to music is ... play what the client wants to hear!!! I usually like to meet with the client to get a feel for who they are and what they would like me to play. If a meeting is not possible, I ask the client to spend some time filling out our company event planning worksheet so that I have a baseline to work from at the event. As a DJ with more than 20 years experience, I can take those requests and provide my client with a party to remember!!