It’s free with no obligation to hire
Various Outdoor Weddings
Valley River Inn June Wedding
Photos and Videos
Hip-hop / Rap,
R&B / soul,
Funk / disco,
EDM / house,
Patty Rocks!Feb 3, 2014DJ Sassy Patty's reply
DJSep 3, 2018VerifiedDJ Sassy Patty's reply
Thank you Luke for taking the time to leave me a review here. I really enjoyed your family and friends. I was honored to be a part of your special day!
DJJan 21, 2018VerifiedDJ Sassy Patty's reply
Why thank you Randy! I was totally not expecting a review at this juncture. What a surprise. I greatly enjoyed meeting both of you!
DJMar 16, 2015VerifiedDJ Sassy Patty's reply
Thank you Kim. It was a blast to be sure. The look on your husband's face was priceless and you have some great friends.
Wedding DJJul 6, 2017VerifiedDJ Sassy Patty's reply
Thank you Sarah! It was an absolutely gorgeous day and you were stunning. What an awesome family!
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge a $200 nonrefundable retainer/deposit to hold the date. My base price is $400 for 4 hours of play time and goes up from there depending on the event, location and venue. Additional hours are $50. If I need to travel over approximately 30 miles I will assess the distance and charge extra potentially for that as well. I do not charge for preparation services or setup and tear down fees. However if I am required to set up and tear down more than once due to a wedding and reception (for example) being in two separate areas or locations then I will assess a $100 fee for each. Rehearsals for weddings are a minimum of $175. I do not charge extra to provide some lighting or karaoke.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have received the Thumbtack Best of 2015 and 2016 awards. I am a trained musician and classically trained vocalist. I have participated in thousands of weddings from multiple angles in my lifetime as well as many other events and parties. I worked as assistant and paralegal to the North Marion County Justice of the Peace and I also worked as a church secretary for a large congregation church. I constantly keep informed of updates to music equipment, professional DJ software and technology. I stay subscribed to various DJ training programs as well as DJ subscriptions regarding current events and technology. I stay on top of current top music and trends.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?With my background in music and performance as well as working in churches and the legal field with a judge/justice of the peace it was only natural. I went to college for music performance and education. At the time it happened I wasn't even thinking about becoming a DJ but a good friend of mine took the time to convince me it was a good idea. Boy did I laugh but look at me today. I would have never thought I would be doing this 21 years ago. I'm good at what I do and I couldn't be happier.