Ever wondered whether your event would work well with the inclusion of a DJ?
Look no further. Here is a compiled definitive list of events for DJs, the event-types
which work best with DJs. We’ve also added in our real-life photos from each type of event.
The Corporate Drinks
When companies want to have a night-out with employees to celebrate a particular
company-related result they sometimes consider the use of a DJ who can cater to their
particular musical requirements.
The Store Event
Shops love what an in-store DJ can do for sales by adding an extra layer of entertainment
to people’s shopping experience. It be particularly useful when the store wants to promote
a new product or service.
Yes it’s a cliché, but what would a wedding be without a DJ to put together a mix for the bride,
groom, and the guests of all ages? A DJ is almost a necessity these days unless the party has
opted for a band or two.
The Christmas Party
Quality DJs for Christmas parties always go down well. The majority of such bookings are for
large corporates who want to see their staff dancing away to celebrate the end of the calendar
year, but DJs also add something extra to private Xmas gatherings.
Having DJd many birthday parties (everything from 13th to 60th), the demand for this type of
entertainment to spice up the once-in-a-lifetime celebrations continues.
The Marketing Stunt
Sticking a DJ on top of a pile of beers or other such random brand-related events can seriously
strengthen the brand and have a significant effect on future sales. The more the random the
event, the more it will be remembered.
The House Party
For those of us who want a house-party to remember, the inclusion of a professional DJ can be
the cherry on the cake. Replacing the iPod with a real person gives the event genuine energy
The New Year’s Eve Celebrations
New Year’s Eve is perhaps the one key night for DJs to be added to any given event. It certainly
is the hardest time to find a last-minute DJ as it is by far the most popular night of the year for DJs.
The Graduation Ball
When students or scholars finish up the year of hard-work they enjoy nothing less than a good old
party, and the inclusion of a DJ generally makes the gig more memorable.