We are performing at new venues
every month. Here are ones we've performed at in the
past and can offer good advice and experiences on.
Be sure to check out our article
on "Questions to ask the Venue" from our
experiences as you'll be surprised what hidden
surprises venues might not want to reveal - till
We've hosted lots of f successful
parties and performed at many wedding receptions. In
many cases, we have pre-visited venues with our
clients to give them an idea of space and how
colourful their reception will look like for their
Knowing the venue is
very important. It gives us a greater idea of issues
that we may be facing when it comes to the big day.
Here are some of the things that we consider when
visiting your venue:
requirements and sockets
Sound limiters in
Size and your
expected guest count
and Travel time
Its easy for many DJs to
come to your venue and set up their equipment.
Normally they'd setup where the venue
would normally expect them to. However,
considering that you've spent a lot of time and
effort in finding the right venue, you can easily
run the risk of the room looking UGLY for your
reception because the DJ has not thought about your
room and may have too much unnecessary kit.
IT'S IMPORTANT TO
TALK TO YOUR DJ
Excessive lighting and
unnecessary DJ equipment can make your the overall reception
room look very un-welcoming for your guests.
This is where DJ
Symmetry comes in.
All of our equipment is
designed around you and we maintain a clean and
tidy look for your venue.
Your special day only happens once!, make the most of it
and ensure your guests have a