DJ & MC FAQ

What music genres are in your collection?

50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, Acoustic, Big Band, Classic Rock, Classical, Country, Dance, EDM, Folk, Funk, Gospel,  Hip-Hop, Jazz, Motown, Oldies, Orchestra, Pop, Punk Rock, R&B, Rock, Soul, Strings, Swing, Trap, World, Etc...

How would you describe your DJ style?

Each DJ brings their own style to the turntables. While all of our Spark DJs are trained to our standards, the unique personality each brings, is part of what sets our services apart. We have a DJ for every occasion on our staff each one ready to engage and excite your guests, while fitting into your event atmosphere seamlessly.

Is there a limit to the amount of music that can be requested?

We can play as much requested music as time will allow. We have a repertoire of over 60,000 legally obtained songs, and the ability to take requests on demand.

If you do not have one of the songs pre-requested by the client, do you require that they provide it?

No, we will obtain any pre-requested songs for the event via standard media licensing distributors (i.e. Apple Music, Google Play. etc...)

Can the client submit a do-not-play list?

Yes! We only want to play what you and your guests want to hear. Communication is key which is why we even provide our own online client site that has all the event planning tools you could ask for!

What (if any) special equipment, such as disco balls or lighting, is offered with your service?

Our standard lighting packages come in the form of a gig bar. Additionally, we are able to provide full lighting systems, along with special features including a truss lighting system, a tree lighting system, uplighting, animation lasers, a projector, fog, slideshows, video screens, and more!

How much time do you usually need to set up? Do you require that the site or client provide a table for you to set up on?

It depends per event but we usually prefer 2 - 3 hours of setup time to make sure everything is perfect. We also provide our own tables.

Do you have any extra space requirements?

While we do not provide any specific space requirements, a good rule of thumb is to provide your DJ with more room than you initially expect. Also, having a DJ-centered right in-front of the dance floor is more effective than having them crammed in the corner of the room if possible.

Do you usually emcee the event or talk between songs?

Our job as a DJ and MC is to make the activities exciting, engaging, and energetic. We are professionals and know how to perform for your guests in a way that everybody will enjoy. You can count on fun, professional, and interactive announcements which we prefer to preplan with you before the event.

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