Frequently Asked Questions

Finding the perfect DJ for your event can be daunting. Here are some common questions to consider.

Can I come see you at an event?2016-07-13T14:33:07+00:00

Your wedding or party is private and no one but your family and friends belong there.  I won’t use yours or anyone else’s private party to give myself a commercial.  However, I do have a video that was filmed live at different weddings.  This way you can “see” me work without intruding on a private party.  I prefer to watch it with you so I can get your feedback on the things you do and do not want.

Are you insured?2016-07-13T14:32:23+00:00

Yes.  I have a $2,000,000 liability policy that protects you and your venue.  Cut rate DJ’s may be cheaper by not being licensed or having insurance, but they’re leaving you vulnerable, it’s not very professional or responsible.  If a San Diego DJ Service is cheap, ask yourself WHY?  What are they missing?

Are there other DJ’s?2016-07-13T14:32:01+00:00

No, just me.  I could make more money by using other DJ’s, but then I’d be awake nights worrying if they’re going to ruin your party.  It’s less stressful for me to just do it myself.  In the unlikely event that I have an emergency and cannot be at your wedding, a member of the San Diego DJ Association can cover for me.

Do you take breaks?2016-07-13T14:31:04+00:00

Nope.  The music keeps going unless we stop for toasts, cake cutting, etc.  Unlike a band I don’t need to take a break every hour.  I’ve heard of DJ’s that shut off the music and leave the room for a break.  That’s crazy.  I can’t fathom a reason to do that!

How much should a professional DJ cost?2016-07-13T14:31:26+00:00

Honestly, it varies for many reasons, and I’ll need some info from you before I can give you an accurate quote. Do I need a second system for the ceremony? An event for 600 people will require more equipment vs. a smaller event. Also, the price for a party in Los Angeles will be more than one locally. Beware of really low quotes, if it sounds too good to be true – it probably is. You’re not buying a toaster; the service will be closely tied to price.