A great wedding DJ wants to get people on the dance floor and keep that dance floor full with dancers all night long. They must observe the crowd and ask themselves questions like: What are the different age groups in attendance? What type of music is working well tonight? What song should I play next to build on the momentum that I have already established on the dance floor? When would it be an appropriate time to mix things up a little so the dancers don’t get bored and stay engaged. Furthermore, a great wedding DJ should never see people plugging their ears and leaving because the music is too loud.
Another Great event with Port Credit Hockey Association Dinner Dance, Storm by the Port.. This is our 7th year with this group.. Lots of fun, food and dancing.. This years event celebrated the Clubs 60th Anniversary.. Along with our DJ and Photo Services, the event featured a Silent Auction (Great job Dom!!) along with a 60’s Live Music Band during cocktails. The event was held once again the Lakeshore Convention Centre in Mississauga…. Thanks to the staff for all their help #TorontoPhotoBooth, #EliteDJ.ca #TorontoDJ