We do not take an actual break. We can ensure that there will be music to continue through out the evening, unless its time for speech or toast. The only break we can foresee may be a brief restroom break. All other times, we will be available to you and your guests.

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We do not require a meal, although we would be very appreciative, if you did provide us with one. Our average time at most events can range from 6 to 10 hours as we setup, perform during the event, and take down equipment in the end.

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We require that a request for cancellation to be in writing and to be mailed or delivered in person. Electronic mail cannot be accepted for this request. If the request for cancellation is received 21 days prior to your event date, your deposit of 50% is forfeited and now considered a fee for cancellation. If…

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A professional DJ should always look the part. For casual events, collared shirt, khaki pants, or a black work pant. A semi-formal event would require a button down shirt, tie, and slacks. A formal event would be to include a tuxedo vest or jacket. Ultimately, our appearance is ultimately dependent on the choice of our…

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If the table is available at no charge, we can use a 6 foot by 6 foot table. We suggest that the table be skirted to match the decorations of other linens. If skirting is not available, we can provide our skirt at no additional charge.

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We require the client to provide the DJ with overhead shelter to protect the equipment from the sun and potential bad weather. A 10×10 canopy shelter is acceptable for this. If needed, we can bring our own shelter for a small fee of $50.00. We will also need power which will also needed to be…

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