It’s important for your DJ to be familiar with your venue. There are many reasons why he or she should know the space including:
Some venues have certain restrictions such as no subwoffers, no fog machines, or even no lighting permitted. Other sites, especially outdoor sites, have noise ordinances that must be obeyed. It’s not uncommon for establishments to have a sound level guide that must be observed and followed, such as decibel levels must not exceed 85 or the establishment reserves the right to cease operation of the music.
At A Ran Music Service, we make it a habit to conduct a site visit at the venues where we will be working. Therefore, our clients don’t have to worry about investigating any of the above considerations. We reach out to the Event Coordinator at the venue ourselves and arrange an in-person, on-site meeting. We conduct a walk through and discuss pertinent details such as set-up to ensure a 100% smooth and successful wedding day for our couples.
For example, read this lovely review from our bride, Jae M.:
“We we’re nervous about the DJ searching process because we wanted to find a DJ that understood the scale, setting and mood of our wedding. Niki and Ran both assured us that they love doing both small and large events. They had an event package that worked perfectly for our wedding and we received so many compliments from our guests about the music selection A Ran played throughout the evening. I was most nervous about the dancing part of our reception and worried that none of our guests would want to get out on the dance floor. Thanks to the encouragement they received from Niki and Ran and the awesome music they chose, our guests danced the night away!”
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