Hi. Have any of used or know anything about DJ Shawn Vazquez? Didn't find anything in the vendor reviews.
No, sorry. If you're looking for a DJ, I can recommend Extreme DJ. They're all good, but Eric is the best.
I can recommend DJ Lee, www.heymisterdj.com
sorry, havent heard of DJ Shawn.
we just booked our dj (mixterious force -- dj joey inez.) yesterday (sunday). we haven't seen him in action yet but based on his reviews on pw and meeting him in person, he's super organized and VERY flexible! his rates are super reasonable too!
pm me if you want his info. you can also contact him through pw.
I recommend mine too, info in bio.
MOST AMAZING DJ EVER...HAD HIM FOR FEW EVENTS AND WILL BE GETTING HIM FOR MY WEDDING...
amazing talent...feasible prices!!! a must have
I have been to 2 weddings that Dean from 1 Royal DJ did - he was great both times!
I just booked Eric@SoCalDJ...I hope I made the right choice! I am so overwhelmed..is everyone else overwhelmed??My wedding is in a little more than three months and I can't even stand to see the countdown! OMG
We booked Golddust for our wedding. It's a husband and wife team and they are certified on herecomesthebride.com and they are always on my foxLA's top wedding vendor list. They're young, energetic, and keep the guests dancing all night.
Steve Kikuchi from High Resolution is great and very experienced and is very reasonably priced.
Here is his email: email@example.com
Thanks ladies! I will contact them and hopefully (crossing fingers) will find someone that fits our style.
Oh, are any of these DJs bilingual English/Spanish? Looking for someone that plays both genres.
Allen Leyton from AAA DJ Service, he has lots of good reviews on PW and he did my sisters wedding.
We had Eric from So-Cal DJ at our wedding. He was seriously fantastic! I can't recommend him enough!
Check out my DJ: http://www.battleson.com. He does about 50 weddings a year at The Turnip Rose in Costa Mesa. Turnip Rose only works with the best vendors.
Bruce (Bruce Battleson) is also very reasonable. At the very least, you may want to look at his website. He has great questions that you should ask as you're interviewing DJ's.
Hope this helps.
Did you ever find a DJ who is bilingual? Our friends recently had one at their wedding in November who was really good and charged $850.00 for 5 hours. Now he wants to charge us $1300 for the same amount of time. What's a reasonable price for a DJ?
We did find a bilingual DJ. We interviewed a few DJs some that charged $850.00, but and others that charged $1,500. At the end, we went with the one that charged $1,000 because he was the one that we liked the most. He was professional and shared the same interest of music we had. He just seemed to be the best fit for us. The price includes coverage of both the ceremony and reception which will be about 7hrs. We didn't plan on spending that much for a DJ, but when we interviewed other DJs, we didn't feel comfortable having them play at our wedding.
So I guess to answer your question, how important is a DJ to you? We felt that a DJ makes or breaks your reception, that helped us chose ours. We wanted to make sure that the DJ was professional, was bilingual, not cheesy, and played good music because our family and friends love to dance, hehe.
I suggest interviewing a few to see which one you like best. Let me know if you have any more questions. Good luck!
Try DJs from local clubs and bars. Sometimes they can offer a good deal too.
Ours is Danny Farrell from NYC DJs. Lots of good reviews on here.