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Posted 18 January 2013 - 01:09 AM
So quick question.... my cousin is looking to get a DJ for her up and coming wedding and is wanting a ball park of how much its going to cost...
also any tips on finding a good one??
Posted 18 January 2013 - 06:45 AM
Not sure about wedding as mine was included in the venue, but for my birthday it was I think $700 for 5hrs.
Once she has found a DJ I would strongly recommend reading through their entire music list and crossing out all the songs she doesn't know or doesn't want played. In my case this was any form of medley, any group dance numbers (eg: Chicken Dance), as well as some other songs that I just don't like. I also gave them a list of songs that were "Must Play" songs because I love them and I know they get people up and dancing.
While this is a bit of work it did mean that our DJ played music that DH and I loved all night long.
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