Frequently Asked Questions
Here are frequent questions people ask our prom DJs:
Absolutely! Our number one priority to to play the exact music you’re looking for. We can also take requests on our planning forms online and during the event from guests.
With our planning forms, you can choose your 1) must play songs, 2) optional songs to play, and 3) your do not play songs.
Yes, in order to reserve our services for your event, we require a 50% deposit. This deposit is 100% fully refundable up to 3 months prior to your prom. The outstanding balance is due 1 week before the start of your event. You can read more on our FAQ page.
Most definitely! We always love meeting with our clients in person, buying them coffee and discussing the details of their event. If an in person meeting doesn’t work, we can always schedule a phone call, skype call or consult over email. Want to learn more about our prom DJs?
Of course! Our prom DJ will take as many requests as you want! There are a few ways we can accept requests – depending on your preference. We can either 1) accept all requests, 2) have our prom DJ use their discretion while taking requests, or 3) have a pre-approved song list for guests to select song requests from. Here is a list of the most popular songs for you to view in the meantime.
We have 9 prom DJs that you are able to select from. The prom DJ that you select is based on your preferences and our availability. You are of course able to reach out to as many of our DJs to find the person that first best for you.
Interested in hiring a wedding DJ, corporate DJ, birthday DJ, kids DJ Christmas DJ or a private party DJ instead?
Yes. Our DJ for your prom can play any music you would like them to play. We recommend that you send us the exact songs that you’re looking for us to play. You can do this by either 1) sending us an email with YouTube link of the song to firstname.lastname@example.org, 2) sending us a dropbox, google drive, or a download link or 3) provide us with a USB Stick at your event with the songs you want us to play, labelled properly with the Artist and Title.