HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN A DJ / HOW MANY WEDDINGS HAVE YOU DJD?
It depends on who your DJ is. Make sure to ask!
WHEN SHOULD WE BOOK A DJ?
A good time frame would be 6-9 months before the event, although many of our DJs are now booking a year or more in advance. We do have DJs usually open for last minute
DO YOU DRINK ALCOHOL AT THE EVENTS?
Absolutely not. Drinking alcohol at any event is not allowed for any employee of 3rd Coast.
HOW DO YOU DRESS FOR THE EVENT?
All of our DJs wear professional attire.
WILL THE DJ PLAY OVERTIME IF NEEDED?
Absolutely. The charge is $150 per hour to be paid at the end of the event.
DO I TIP THE DJ?
We do not include gratuity on the contract, but 10-20% is recommended if you feel the DJ did a fantastic job. The decision is totally up to you.
WHAT ARE YOUR PAYMENT TERMS?
We ask for a 50% non-refundable deposit on all of our services. Final payment is due 1 weeks before your event.
CAN WE BRING OUR OWN MUSIC FOR THE DJ TO PLAY?
Sure, but we would like to get the mp3 file a week or more before the event! Also, make sure to consider your entire audience when submitting songs.
WILL THE DJ PLAY REQUESTS?
DJs do take requests that don’t go against any of your special wishes for your event and that are appropriate for the particular occasion.
DO YOU HAVE A BACKUP PLAN IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG?
All employees of 3rd Coast will know the other DJ's schedules and will be able to react in the event that something goes wrong. We always have backup cables and equipment available.
DO YOU CARRY LIABILITY INSURANCE?
Yes, we do! We want everyone to have a good, safe time.
DO YOU USE A CONTRACT?
Of course! It’s a simple two-page document that protects the client and us.
WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU CANCEL?
The deposit is non-refundable and if you cancel within 60 days of the event, you would owe us the balance.
HOW MUCH IS YOUR RETAINER?
50% of the total
HOW MUCH DO YOU COST?
That totally depends on how long you need us and what add-on's you need. We hope that you’ll contact us so that we can find out more about your event.