Frequently Asked Questions We Get All The Time:
Definitely. The event DJ we pair with you will be able to take as many requests as you’d like, both in our online planning forms and during the event.
We will provide you with our online planning and playlist forms so that you can write down your 1) must play songs, 2) optional songs to play, and lastly 3) your do-not-play song list.
Yes, DJing.ca™ requires a 50% deposit to secure our Montreal DJ services and/or wedding DJ services for the date of your event. This amount is fully refundable up to 3 months prior to your event. The remaining balance for your event is due 1 week before your event. You can read more of our frequently asked questions here.
Absolutely. We highly encourage it! We would love to sit down with you and buy you coffee while we go over the details of your event. We would suggest face-to-face meetings, however we can also provide consultations via phone calls, emails or skype. Want to learn more about us as a Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver DJ company? Click the link to find out more.
Yes, definitely! Our event DJs and wedding DJs can either 1) play all song requests from all guests, 2) use their discretion when deciding to play certain songs, or 3) have a pre-approved song list that guests can choose from. Looking for a list of of our most requested songs?
Yes, of course! Our Montreal DJ company has 9 highly qualified DJs for you to select from. You are more than welcome to have a phone call with our DJs in order to find the perfect fit for you & your event. DJ selection all depends on your preferences and our availability. You can take a look at our Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver DJ company team here. If you’re looking for a Vancouver wedding DJ or a corporate DJ or a birthday DJ, please check out our pages.
Yes. To make sure we have the song you’re looking for, we recommend that you send us the exact song. You can either send us your music by a) an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org b) sending over a dropbox, google drive, or download link, or c) bringing a USB Stick with all the correct files loaded inside. It is important to make sure that the songs are labelled properly with the Title & Artist.