Are you available on my date?
Just send an email to djdnoatx@gmail.com with the details of your event and we’ll contact you soon with our availability. Or if you prefer, you can complete our online Contact Form for a prompt response.

How do you guarantee my date?
Receipt of a signed contract and a deposit will guarantee your date for you. As a courtesy, we will hold a date for you for a period of 2 weeks. If someone were to inquire about an event for that same day, you will be contacted first about officially booking the date.

Absolutely! This should be one of the first 5 questions you ask any vendor who will be providing services at your wedding. We have a $1,000,000 insurance policy that shows we’re serious about our services and aren’t just doing this as a hobby.

What type of music will you provide?
We provide every client with a music preference sheet so your music selection is catered to your liking. We highly recommend every client fills this form out because it makes your event even more tailored to your liking. We base our playlist on what you and your guests like to hear. We offer all the latest songs and the variety you want – Country, Pop, Rock, Hip-Hop, Disco, Latin, Techno, Motown, Swing, Ballroom, Top 40 Hits (radio friendly) and more! If we don’t have it, we’ll get it. All music is digital for crystal clear sound.

Do you take requests?
We are more than happy to take requests from your guests if that’s acceptable to you. We believe requests are important as they add to the spontaneity of the event and help get your guests involved. We’re happy to play the music you and your guests want to hear. We also honor your “do not play” list that we recommend you provide if there is something you absolutely don’t want us to play even by request.

Is your equipment professional quality?
Yes, there is quite a difference between consumer-grade home audio components and professional-grade sound equipment. Only professional lighting and sound reinforcement equipment is used to provide the very best in quality and reliability.

What will your DJ wear at my event?
Our attire will depend on the type of event. For most formal events, we will wear a suit or tuxedo. It is usually beneficial for the client to fill out the event information sheet provided in the forms tab. This will allow you to suggest clothing if you have a preference or indicate if it is formal, semi-formal, or casual.

How early do you arrive at an event?
Depending on the type of event, we will arrive 1 to 2 hours prior to the contracted start time. This allows us enough time to set-up our equipment and be ready for when your guests begin to arrive. The event information sheet will also allow you to indicate an estimated time of the first guest to make sure everything is set up and ready beforehand.

Do you do more than just play music at an event?
Most functions involve more than playing music, so it is important to have a DJ who can double as your Master of Ceremonies, confidently handling all of the announcements and coordinating the affair. You’ll never have to wonder “What’s next?”. We can do more than just music by providing almost any other service from photo booths to themed parties. Since we work with over 22 companies, we have the ability to provide anything you might need to make your event special. We direct the flow of your function, coordinating events with the caterers, photographers and other professionals. Booking professionals with DC Productions will make it more convenient for you to have us plan everything out and will save you money in the long run.

Do you offer any other services?
Yes! We have a photographer and a videographer that are on DC Productions staff. We have close connections with more than 22 services such as, photo booths, slide show presentations, make-up artist, face painting, silhouette drawing, vintage rentals, flowers, cake design, Etc. Please feel free to inquire about any other service because we can usually add it to your package saving you money, or we can give you a great referral.

This is one of those questions that you want to ask, but are afraid to. My response is, “it’s up to you.” A tip is something that someone gives for good service, whether it is at a restaurant, barbershop, or wedding reception. A tip should never be asked for. If you feel that good service was given then feel free to tip that person, if you don’t feel that good service was given, then don’t. We will always go above and beyond for our clients and will never expect a tip in return. It is our job to give you exactly what you want.

Yes, I have the equipment (LCD projector, screen, and DVD player) available to rent for the presentation. I’ll also bring the necessary cables so that the music from the presentation plays through my sound system.


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