Dance 'Til Dawn DJ Music Entertainment
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1 hire on Thumbtack
Dexter is the BEST! I book him as soon as I schedule an event. He keeps the Relay For Life events ROCKIN all night long! I would highly recommend him to everyone!Oct 5, 2011
Super DJ ! He knows the heartbeat and dynamics of the group he renders his music entertainment.Aug 5, 2011
- What types of customers have you worked with?Dance 'Til Dawn DJ Music Entertainment does numerous weddings, quinceaneras, company and public events throughout South Texas. Our wide variety of music selections keeps our guests entertained.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?If you're going to pay more than $400 for a DJ, keep reading. 1. Always ask your wedding professional for references. When you're going to pay hundreds of dollars for a service, you want to make sure the company you are hiring is reliable, on time, reputable, dresses properly and honest. 2. What is the biggest mistake you need to avoid when hiring a vendor for your wedding? Avoid hiring a vendor in the last minute without talking to them or knowing anything about them. Some people don't consider the DJ until there is very little money left in the budget. Why is this bad? A last minute DJ can either Make or Break your party. 3. "You Get What You Pay For" is not always true. Ask your DJ how many weddings/events they do in a month? Then ask for the names and locations of the events. This is a way to weed out untruthful DJ's. 4. Anybody can "Play Music" especially on a laptop. Make sure your DJ can entertain and read your crowd. Many DJ's will play "premixed" music they have downloaded or shared from others and will play the tracks throughout the night. This allows them to "not pay attention" to what's happening on the dance floor. 5. Make sure your DJ can cover ALL TYPES OF MUSIC. Start from the 50's to today's latest dance tracks. 6. How much time does your DJ take to setup? Will they be set up before your guests arrive or will they be setting up in front of your guests during dinner?