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We are an on-time and diligent DJ and emcee with ultimate class and strong motivational skill. It is rare to find entertainment in the metro that is as experienced and talented and offers any more for a low price. We have unique, elegant glass booth setup, extensive unmatched 1930s to current music selection for at-the-event requests, dynamic custom 4-way digital sound and intelligent laser light system. The elegant DJ booth is absolutely one of a kind; the rest is state-of-the-art. The performance is unsurpassed. The package will be uniquely first class in every way, and you get an on-time guarantee, or the balance is free. We challenge you to find another service that will give you our low price with our solid guarantees: digital sound, lights and unique glass booth setup and over 20 years of professional experience in all areas of music events. Anyone can make announcements. We pack the dance floor early, and we will actually deliver everything that we promise to do. No service, higher or lower in price, matches the quality of Party Elite!
37 years in business
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?SUGGESTIONS FOR SELECTING A MOBILE DJ When picking a DJ for any event, there are facts you need to be aware of: 1. There is no certification needed for being a mobile DJ. No local or national DJ association is going to make an alleged DJ any more qualified or professional than other DJs who are not in that type of Mickey mouse club. Pay their dues and you too can have their standard as a professional mobile DJ. There are NO credited awards given to mobile DJ companies. Any bragging of such an achievement should raise an immediate flag as to their credibility. 2. A DJ should also be able to act as the MC. That should be easy for any real DJ, and an elementary service to give the client. The real difference is knowledge of music and the ability to play the right thing at the right time to motivate and keep the dance floor full of dancers. 3. Because a DJ interviews well does not make him a great DJ. It makes him a great salesman. Throughout your wedding reception, you probably won't talk much with the DJ. Why then does he need your personality? What the DJ does need to do is work well with the photographer and the manager or coordinator. Some books say the DJ is in charge, and that is completely wrong. The DJ is, for lack of a better example, the game show host when it comes to the formalities. It may look like the game show host is in charge, but he is taking instructions and orders from the coordinating manger. Same should be with your DJ. Too many chiefs makes for confusion and a bad event. Your DJ's ego should never get in the way. In summary, you should not pay more for smoke and mirrors. Look for experience, music knowledge, logical thought and helpful suggestions, reputation for not being late, and class from your potential DJ. Then when it's narrowed down to a few, perhaps select the one with the best set up.