Official Entertainment is a full service Disc Jockey and Up Lighting company based in Lynchburg VA. We are known for our DJs’ skill and experience – being able to read a crowd. Our goal is to provide superior mobile disc jockey entertainment through song selection and service that exceeds the expectations of our clients and their guests.
At Official Entertainment we measure our success – one event at a time. When you book our DJ services we work hard to make sure your event runs smooth and is just what you envisioned. We pride ourselves in providing top-notch quality and service relying heavily on referrals and repeat business. Official Entertainment is 100% committed to the success of your event.
The Song Experts
Official Entertainment specializes in all of the most popular styles of music, including: 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, Big Band, Classic Rock, Country, Dance, Funk, Hip Hop, Motown, Oldies, Pop, R&B, Rock, Soul. Not only can we play the newest chart tops for a Sweet 16 or High School Prom, we can create the soundtrack for modern, elegant wedding. Our music library is 20,000+ songs and growing. We increase our music library 1,000 songs per year to keep up with all the most popular tracks. In addition we also add your requests to our library… if we don’t have a song you requested, we buy it – plain an simple.
More than Words
For every event we provide an “Entertainment Agreement”, which details all costs, liabilities, assumptions, and requirements for that engagement. Our Agreements are designed to protect both you as the client and our DJ. We want to ensure everyone’s expectations, concerns and interests are covered and that there are no unpleasant surprises on the day of your special event. Having all the basic details in writing is very important.
Ask the Right Questions
When you are hiring any professional, its important to ask the right questions. The answers will clue you in to the level of service you can expect. Along with the “right” answers, its also important to feel comfortable with the person you hire. Here are few questions that we feel are crucial:
- How often do you DJ?
- Do you use professional equipment?
- How do you acquire your music?
- Do you use a written contract?
- Do you bring backup equipment?
- What will you wear to my event?
- Are you willing and able to play requests?
- Can we meet to discuss my event?
- Do you have liability insurance?
- Do you have up-to-date references?