Time and the place
Most events wouldn’t be complete without a mobile disco. Mobile disco are ideal for events like weddings, fayres, fetes, receptions, school and company parties, birthday parties, proms and company events. They are used to create atmosphere in pubs and clubs for dancing and fun.
When it all started
The concept came about back in 1966 in the UK by the original mobile disco DJ (Disc Jockey), Roger Squire. Back then he would have used vinyl records, as are still used by some club DJs. It’s much more the norm for mobile DJ’s to use CD’s or computer based files (MP3s). Due to many advancements in technology DJs now have professional equipment to use that have been designed specifically for them. This enables faster set up and better quality performance.
The entertainment industry is huge and DJ’s often provide specially tailored lighting for that extra party atmosphere. Some DJ’s provide karaoke and vocal entertainment. Some provide entertainment in the form of children’s entertainment, adults games, wedding games etc.
A reputable mobile disco should always ensure they have back up equipment, in case of any technical faults and emergencies. They should also have public liability insurance (PIL) and their equipment should be PAT tested at least every 12 months.
Best DJ’s Work
A good DJ knows what he needs to do to get a party going. Although some microphone interaction is required, it should normally be kept to a minimum with the focus being on the music. It’s always worth checking testimonials from previous customers before hiring a DJ. You need to be clear on what type of event you are holding and be confident that your DJ has plenty of experience in catering for that type. Never underestimate the importance of a good quality mobile disco for your event. They can make or break a party.