A DJ’s responsibilities usually start well before the music and dancing. This might include sound support for your ceremony, presenting the wedding party, setting up a slide show, or coordinating the bouquet toss. We’ll do all this — then pack the dance floor with the songs you want to hear.
Don’t lose your shoes
An elephant or horse isn’t required to have a high‑energy baraat (we’ve seen grooms make their entrance in a sports car). Ask us to provide sound support (including wireless microphones and background shehnai music) for the elaborate ceremony under the mandap, allowing your guests to enjoy the storytelling narrative of your priest or pundit.
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and review our comprehensive selection of the very best bhangra, punjabi, Bollywood, and desi dance hits and remixes. We know which of these songs to play (even if you don’t) to keep the dance floor packed and the energy high.