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Bring own Dj, Resort Dj or Ipod???

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#11 nikkianddean

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    Posted 23 March 2008 - 02:51 PM

    We're paying $950.00 for three hours. My fiance thinks it's insane (which it kind of is) but we don't have any other music options, so it's either that or nothing. I'm not willing to have no music, so he had to give in! haha
    Anyhow, $150 per hour is a very good price IMO if it includes set-up and all the equipment.
    That is a lot for a DJ!!!!!!! I have to believe that in Maui you can find a better deal. I would keep looking. Good luck!

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    #12 sunnydaes

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      Posted 23 March 2008 - 03:26 PM

      Music is extremely important to us, so we are bringing our own DJ. But we are putting together all the music with him. I think the important thing is to have a good DJ, so make sure you are getting that, rather than them just giving you someone for $150.

      #13 ButlerGirl08

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        Posted 08 April 2008 - 02:57 AM

        We are going to bring our Bose iPod Soundock that way we can get the music we want to play at the times we want them to play. We have a fairly young crowd of about 25 people, and most of them listen to the same music as us...but it's music that is not highly played on the radio. We also wanted to include some reggae hits that we have loved for years and mix it up. We also opted for the soundock, because since we are ona budget that helps and for our reception after the dinner, we were either going to park it somewhere on the beach, at the pool, at a beach bar, or maybe in the room and let it play out...or take it with us to the beach party and BRING THE PARTY... But for any of you who have seen Spkie Lee's movie "Do The Right Thing" all that pops into my head is Radio Raheem and how he carried his boom box with him wherever he went....That's what we are thinking.

        Besides when you have your welcome gathering, you can have music in the background while folks drink, eat and mingle. We are also utilizing it for the "bachelorette" festivities...:)

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