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Your most asked questions answered…
If you don’t see an answer to your question here, please contact us any time. We are here to help you make your event a success and stress free.
How much notice do I need to give to make a booking?
For a wedding, it is advisable to give us at least six months’ notice, even up to twelve months, as many prestigious venues tend to get booked up at least a year ahead. For more informal events in clubs, public venues etc., up to six months’ notice is advisable.
How much do you charge?
Each event is different. To get a competitive quote, please fill in the form on our ‘Request Quote’ page with as many details of the event as possible. Date, venue, location, times, number of guests etc.
How do I pay for my event?
Once a fee has been agreed you will be sent by e mail a Confirmation Letter which is your contract. We need a £100 deposit to confirm the booking, payable within two weeks, then no more to pay until 30 days before your event, when the balance will be due. Payment can be by BACS (preferred), cheque or cash is acceptable for local clients.
How much time do you need to set up your equipment?
Most events take between 75 – 90 minutes to set up. For a wedding an ‘early set up’ is available for a small fee of £30.This minimises any disruption to you and your guests, as everything is in place ready for the evening’s entertainment.
How will the DJs present themselves?
There are usually two people presenting each event, our main DJ and warm up DJ/Lighting Engineer. Both are dressed in company top and smart trousers. More formal wear for weddings and functions can be arranged.
Will you take requests and make announcements?
Certainly! We encourage a playlist to be submitted before the event and requests can be made to the DJ any time during the evening. At a wedding, the ‘All Day Package’ includes your use of radio mics. for speeches & toasts. We can announce the arrival of the Wedding Party, cutting the cake, first dance etc.
The venue I’ve booked requires operators to have Public Liability Insurance and PAT Certification.
We have 2 x £10 million PLI and PAT tested equipment. We are also DBS checked. All certificates are available to view on application.
We need a minimum of 2 x 13amp 240volt sockets fitted with circuit breakers, situated within 5 metres of the set up location.
If we are operating outside or in a marquee where an external power supply is used then we expect it to be within legal requirements
We will not be expected to set up in front of fire exits or common passageways.
The ideal set up would be a stage or raised platform.
If we have to set up at floor level then extra protection of equipment and cables will be taken.
We require a minimum of 60 - 75 minutes set up time including a sound and light check.
Access to the venue should be advised in case of stairs or extra distance to the set up location.(More set up time may be required)
Most of our lighting effects require a hazy atmosphere to be most effective. The haze machine we use is perfectly harmless, being water based.
We use only the minimum amount of haze to give the desired effect
If we are unable to use our haze machine due to the venue's house rules then our light show will have less impact.
For peace of mind when booking, all our equipment is tested to P.A.T. requirements.
We have Public Liability Insurance cover for 2x £10m.
All certificates are available to view upon request.