Do you do same sex weddings?

Heck ya, and they are fabulous!

What separates you from other DJ Company’s?

Entertainment is our passion not just our job! What better way to create an atmosphere where everyone is comfortable and truly feels like dancing the night away to our wide range of music. Our mission is to get people to dance, celebrate and have a good time!

Do you take song requests?

Absolutely!!!!!!! We are constantly expanding our music list (over 70, 000). You can specify if you wish to not have any specific type of music played e.g. country, rap etc. or pick as many songs as you like.


Are there any additional fees?

Our fees are a set rate and are reasonably priced with no hidden costs.

What is your booking procedure?

We have found it best to meet in person to discuss your specific requirements for your special day. We will provide you with a step by step outline of the whole event, at this time you can make any changes that will be essential to making your event an amazing success!

Will the DJ stay with the system during the dinner music?

Our systems are continuously managed from start to finish. However, during the dinner it is often necessary to turn down the music to accommodate speeches, presentations and announcements.

Do you require a deposit, if so what method of payments are accepted?

A deposit is required. It is 50% of the package price of your choice. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Cash or E-Transfer.

What type of music do you play?

We have an extensive range of music, spanning all genres of music. We specialize in pleasing everyone, from the youth to the young at heart! Since we do accept requests we do not have a set play list.

Who will do our show?

We will provide a Qualified Interactive DJ and Master of Ceremony (if required)

Does the DJ require a meal?

Yes, with the systems being maintained throughout the event it is appropriate to ensure a meal is provided for the DJ(s).

Do we need to tip the DJ?

It is not imperative to tip the DJ, nonetheless gratuities are optional.

What are your logistical requirements?

A minimum 6 foot table with a tablecloth, it should be located as close to the dance floor as possible and within 15 feet of an electrical outlet. If your event is held outdoors it will be necessary to provide shelter for protection from the elements.

Will the DJ dress appropriately?

We pride ourselves on our professionalism! It is required that all DJ’s dress appropriately for all functions.

When does the DJ set up?

Equipment is set up approximately 3-6 hours prior to the start of an event.

How recent is your music?

Our database of music is constantly updated on a weekly basis. We ensure to keep up to date with the latest and trending music of today. If you have any special requests please provide the names of the songs and we will ensure they are definitely played for you and your guests.

How do you perform bouquet and garter toss?

The Bride and Groom will participate with both segments. Once all the single ladies are assembled in the middle of the dance floor and as Beyoncé says, “All the single ladies, all the single ladies, put your hands up.” The DJ will count to 3 and the Bride will toss the bouquet on 3. On completion of the bouquet toss, all the single men will be assembled in the middle of the dance floor, the men are provided with the option for a blindfold and as Queen says, ”Another one bites the dust.” It is sometimes requested for the winning lady and gentleman to slow dance should it be deemed appropriate.

Do you provide ceremony music?

Ceremony music is available upon request, however if it is required to set up at a different location there will be an additional charge.

Are you a member of the CDJA?

Yes! We are members of the Canadian Disc Jockey Association (CDJA).

What is the grand entrance?

It will be announced for everyone to take their seats for the entrance of the Bride and Groom. The wedding party will be introduced into the hall in the same order that they entered the ceremony (groomsmen paired respectively with bridesmaid).

Options for entrance are as follows:

  • An entrance song can be played for each individual person.
  • One song for all the attendants and a separate one for the bride & groom.
  • One song for the entire group.

If you prefer not to have a grand entrance, a formal introduction of the head table will be sufficient.