FAQ

1What are your prices?

Our equipment rental prices are displayed within this site. If you wish to obtain a price for a mobile disco the quote you will receive is based on three main factors:
Location of event, the distance we will have to travel, Size of event/Number of people (we will need more equipment, planning and man power to organize a large event), Playing time, will it be an evening disco, inclusive of wedding breakfast or all day & night?

FOR A QUOTATION PLEASE CONTACT US OR FILL OUT THE ENQUIRY FORM
events@jamaicaweddingdj.com
1-876-842-1908

2Will our DJ take requests?
Absolutely! Not only do we take requests but we play them too! We play the requested songs from your guest if time allows and if they are appropriate.
3May we provide some of our own music?
Of course! Although our music library is quite exceptional, we do not have possession of every song. On occasion, we find ourselves not having a specific song or piece of music and are not able to obtain it. If this occurs, we will gladly accept your IPod or copy to play at your event. Keep in mind that all of our disc jockeys use compact discs as their standard audio format. You can bring your CDs to us at the start of the event and we’ll promptly return them to you at the end.
4Is your music up to date?
We are constantly updating our music libraries with weekly compilation CDs from “Entertainment Resources Group” and from “Promo Only” that are provided to professional entertainers only.
5What is the deposit and when is the final payment due?
We require a 50% non-refundable deposit & a signed contract to reserve your date. The remaining amount due is to be paid in full within 10 days of your event. Paying in advance works out nicely since it will give you the freedom to relax and enjoy your event! We will gladly accept Travelers’ Check, business check, certified check, cashier’s check, money order or cash.
6How early should we book?
Simply put…the sooner the better! Our suggestion is to be prepared to sign a contract as early as 6 months before, though we do book a lot of weddings about 3-4 months before their date as well. Depending on availability some dates remain open until the month before or even a week before. So if you’re planning an event for next month or next week, it will be worth it to check our availability. If you’re just starting your planning, try to make your final decision as soon as possible to ensure our availability.
7How interactive will our DJ be?
A very familiar question! Often times when a prospective client is looking for the perfect DJ they search for one who fits the level of interaction they’re looking for, whether it be conservative or outgoing. We actually let you decide how much interaction you would like. We can be conservative, outgoing, or anywhere in between. By default, we’re only as interactive as necessary to keep your guests having a good time on the dance floor. In any case, you’ll never hear one of our DJs yelling, screaming, or even singing over the microphone. Even at our most outgoing level, we still remain totally professional and never steal the spotlight!
8Can we meet with our DJ before the event?
All of our Disc Jockeys are willing and able to talk to you over the telephone or meet with you in person whenever is most convenient for you. At that time you will be able to discuss your event itinerary, music choices, dress requirements and any other needs specific to your event.
9What will you wear at our event?
Our standard dress code is either smart casual (Black shirt, trousers and shoes) or black tie, if you have a preference just ask!
10Is your sound and lighting equipment any good? What does it look like? How much space does it take up and how long does it take to set up?
Jamaica Wedding DJ take pride in our rig and only use quality sound and lighting systems, this website contains some images of our constantly evolving set up and kit list as well as some demo videos of different lighting rigs. (See hire page for a comprehensive list, images & videos.). We can tailor the size of the rig to your venue but typically we require a minimum of 2mx2m to set up in and generally speaking we can have the equipment in place and music on within 45 minutes of arrival. We aim to always arrive 2 hours before the start of an event…..