Frequently Asked Questions

We have done our best to answer any questions which we believe you may find useful. These are some of the most commonly asked questions.
  1. Which payment methods do you accept?
    We accept cash, check, Venmo, bank transfer, Visa, MC, and AMEX
  2. How far do you travel?
    We typically travel within a 50-60 mile radius from the Portland area, however we decide on a case by case basis. If your venue is outside of this radius, contact us and we will discuss!
  3. Do you charge a deposit to hold my date? How much?
    Yes, we charge a $200 deposit up front to confirm your date. The remainder of your balance may be paid any time leading up to and including the day of the event.
  4. Do you host (MC) my event as well as DJ?
    Yes, we are happy to have as much or as little involvement in the event as you like. We are experienced at making announcements, crowd involvement games, hosting trivia, and more...
  5. What kind of music do you have?
    We have a massive and ever expanding music library covering any genre imaginable. That being said, if there are any songs that you wish to have played at your event that we do not already have, we will download them at no cost to you! So essentially, no music is off limits!
  6. How much do you charge?
    Currently we charge $200/hr. from event start time to end time with a 4 hour minimum. No charge for the time that we are setting up and tearing down. No extra charges for any services that we offer. EVER!
  7. Who will be my DJ?
    We have a small staff of hand-picked DJs. All of them have proven themselves to be professional, trustworthy, and overall good at what they do. We NEVER send a DJ who is new to the trade or unclear on the details of your event.
  8. What do you need in terms of a setup location at the venue?
    Our setup takes an area of about 10 feet wide by 6 feet deep. It is all modular so we can typically squeeze everything into tight or oddly shaped spaces. In addition to the area, we need a minimum of 1 three-pronged outlet. Sometimes 2 on separate circuits if there will be lighting involved.