A Fun Weekend Tradition

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A Fun Weekend Tradition

I grew up in a musical family. When I was a kid, my mom sang solos in church. At the age of fifteen, I also began singing solos in church and at community events. My late grandfather played the acoustical guitar, the harmonica, and the mandolin. On the weekends, we enjoyed unwinding form our busy, stressful weeks by filling our home with fun, lively music. Now that I’m an adult, I’d like to keep up this tradition with my future kids. Are you searching for ways to spend more lighthearted down time with your family members? If you can relate, consider starting a family band. On this blog, you will discover the easiest instruments to learn how to play.



Crucial Questions To Ask When You Need To Hire A DJ With Access To Party Equipment

When you are throwing a party and you want it to be as memorable as possible, hiring a DJ is an essential step. However, it is important to note that there are many types of equipment that a professional DJ is likely to have. As the sophistication of specific pieces of equipment increases, your overall cost is likely to similarly increase and the total cost of your party can also go up as the result of surprising fees. Therefore, it is a good idea to determine answers to the following questions when planning your next gathering.

#1 - How Is The Total Cost Determined?

It will be helpful to not only understand the total cost that you will be responsible for but how that fee is broken down. For instance, it is useful to clearly define all of the details in a written contract that both parties agree to. If the DJ has a standard contract, you should read it. If necessary, you will want to see if you can confirm that you can modify it to more precisely fit your needs before signing the contract.

Common items to be seen in the contract include:

  • A base fee or hourly wage for the DJ

  • Whether those costs include the need for setup, including lighting

  • Clarifying who chooses the music

  • Verifying specific examples of music that can be chosen from

#2 - How Experienced Speakers Is The DJ with Whom You Will Be Working?

Another factor to consider is the amount of experience that you DJ has, both with the profession in general and with the type of music you want for your gathering. It only makes sense that the music provided at an anniversary a couple re-doing their vows after 50 years of marriage will differ greatly from the entertainment you will be asked to provide at a Bar or Bar Mitzvah. An experienced DJ will have the skills to provide music for all of the different occasions, and it is crucial to be sure that your musical needs will be met.

Therefore, at the very least, you should expect your DJ to have:

  • DJ headphones

  • Computer to control the music

  • Necessary software and media players

  • Speakers

In conclusion, it will be helpful to ask the above questions when planning your next gathering. By doing so, you are more likely to have a memorable and enjoyable party that you can afford to host. For more information, contact Prairie Mobile Music DJ services or a similar company.