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Find a DJ near Junction City, KS

Find a DJ near Junction City, KS

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Find a DJ near Junction City, KS

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Human Jukebox/Wedding Singer/DJ/MC/KJ/Songwriter/Loop Artist Look no further if you want the Best Solo Musician in KC! *Golden Liquid-Velvet Vocals. *5+Years professional experience averaging well over 200 gigs a year *Top-of-the-line, sleek equipment *Different setups to suit any venue/# of guests perfectly *SOUND (It’s always so disappointing when I attend a wedding and can’t hear the best mans’ speech because the DJ has terrible equipment, they play the same songs or the wrong songs over and over, or leave your guests in awkward silence- you’re in good hands with me. I have quite the knack for pleasing ears of all ages and musical tastes.) *LIGHTING for both dance floor and accent hues to fit your theme (if desired) *MC - let’s plan those little things that’ll make this day one your guests will remember and rave about forever. *Lots of extra goodies I can add to the mix like top-notch wireless microphones, giant projector, fog, lasers, karaoke, kitchen sink.. As an artist, I create a Full-Band sound by looping harmonies and multiple instruments live. I’m pretty darn talented and I’ve been making a living as a musician long enough to know I’m very much worth my asking rates. I’m entertaining, versatile, reliable, eclectic and professional. Thousands of songs in my repertoire- All popular genres and songs from the early 1900s to today. I have quite the list of cover tunes for you to sift through on my website if you’re looking for inspiration. If I’m familiar with the song, I can play it. If I’m not, I’m happy to learn it for you and can very quickly. I’m often compared to the stylings of Adele, Norah Jones, Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Stevie Nicks, Jennifer Nettles, Eva Cassidy.. certainly not limited to their genres- I rock with a whole lot of soul, blues, pop, jazz, folk, alternative.. I can add some twang in if you like and I’ve been known to rap, you know. ;-) I’ll go above and beyond to make the occasion extra magical. HIRE ME *to be the BAND - 1)Be it just me and my guitar 2)my everyday gig setup or 3)the whole kit & caboodle with multiple strings, keyboards, percussion and thingamabobs. As your very own Human Jukebox, All Original Music or Both *to be your DJ/KJ/MC *to write you a song- A jingle, something fitting just for your event, for your company, for your family.. Maybe a special song for your someone.. because wouldn’t it be beautiful to have a song that’s all yours and tells the story of your life and love? *To be a surprise Singing Telegram *For videography/slideshow work for your event- can coordinate with the music and display your precious memories, advertise for your customers or company or just be neat footage that fits well with the theme of the occasion. *To edit a bunch of songs together for a choreographed dance Based in both Kansas City & Austin, TX - Available for hire Nationwide depending on availability *prices vary on duration, location, and extras Send me a message and let me know what you’re looking for! Thanks for checking out my profile. Happy Planning! I do what I love. I love what I do. Have a favorite song? I’ll play it for you. #EOWBSee more


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Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

How do I find a cheap DJ?

To find a cheap or affordable DJ for your party or wedding, search for local DJs near you and ask for free cost estimates from several of them. While some DJ profiles may provide an automatically generated starting cost, it’s important to contact the DJ to get an idea of how much your particular request will cost. This also gives you the opportunity to ask them other important questions and make sure you are a good fit.

How do you book a DJ for a party?

To book a party DJ, start by comparing local pros in your area. Check out their ratings and reviews to find out: 

  • Are they professional?
  • Do they show up on time to set up for the party?
  • Do they know how to feel the energy in the room and adjust the music accordingly?
  • Are they friendly to guests and take song requests?
  • Do they specialize in the genres you want (pop, Top 40, hip-hop, etc.)?
  • Do they have experience playing at your type of event (weddings, birthday parties, etc.)?

Whenever possible, watch videos of their performances. 

Your last step is to contact three to five different DJs near you to ask them questions and get price quotes.

How much is a DJ?

When you hire a local DJ, expect to pay roughly between $300 and $800. But be aware that the actual price will vary based on several factors, including the length of the DJ’s set and how much of a presence they need to be. Larger venues can drive up the cost, as this requires more equipment, soundchecking and setup. Adding extras like confetti, fog, light shows and black lights also adds to the cost. 

Get cost estimates from the best DJs near you to find out how much you should expect to spend for your event.

Read our cost guide, “How much does a DJ cost?

How much are wedding DJs?

Hiring a DJ typically costs anywhere from $300 to $1,200. It all depends on how long they’ll be working at your wedding and other various factors. The cost to hire a wedding DJ is usually higher than the cost to hire a DJ to play at a birthday party or similar event. 

To find out exactly how much your wedding DJ will cost, ask for a cost estimate from several professionals in your area.

How do you find wedding DJs?

Use Thumbtack to find wedding DJs in your area. Here, you can quickly see which local DJs have the highest ratings and best reviews. You can also see how many times each DJ has been hired, whether they’re responsive and if they’re in high demand.

Why do DJs ask how many guests are at the wedding?

It’s helpful to let your DJ know how many guests will be attending the wedding so they can ensure they have the right sound system and equipment. They may also ask more questions about your guests so they can ensure they have music that caters to the crowd. 

What questions should you ask wedding DJs?

To ensure you hire the best DJ for your wedding, ask these questions:

  • Are you available on my wedding date?
  • How much do you charge, and how do you set your prices?
  • What’s included in your rate (e.g., set up, clean up, etc.)?
  • How many weddings have you played at?
  • Do you have any references I can contact?
  • What kind of music do you specialize in?
  • Do you provide your own equipment, sound system, speakers, etc.?
  • Do you provide any other services (e.g., photo booth, lighting, etc.)?
  • Can guests request songs?
  • Will you accept a “Do Not Play” list?
  • How early would you arrive at the venue to set up?
  • Do you take breaks throughout the event? If so, how many and for how long?
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