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Cancun DJs? Doremixx, DJ MAnnia and Discomovil... any others?


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#1 amh777

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    Posted 19 February 2011 - 05:20 PM

    Hi all, I've been scouring the boards for any other DJ choices than the above.. . of the above, Discomovil seems the lowest priced with good reviews... anyone know of any others that are lower or similarly priced than Discomovil? I think they had quoted me around $550 for 4-5 hrs, which is super reasonable. If I can get my Palace WC to agree to let me bring in an outside DJ, it looks like they will allow it for some with a $250.00 fee. *fingers crossed* I had my heart set on the lighted dance floor and Discomovil does not offer this option, but I like their prices. I am hoping to find a DJ with Discomovil prices and a lighted dance floor option. The reason I would like the option of the lighted dance floor is that I currently have NO idea how many people will end up coming and I think it may look ridiculous to have a lighted dance floor for under 20 people- and then of those 20 probably only half will dance. Any ideas? And if anyone has had a reception with a small amount of people dancing with a lighted dance floor, did you feel it was sort of a waste of your money? Thanks!



    #2 cdlillad

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      Posted 20 February 2011 - 11:12 AM

      I am going with Mood Event Services.  DJ Julian from Mood Event Services has been really helpful and gives a lot of information.  His prices are very similar to Discomovil (I checked with them too).  Mood Event Services offers lightup LED dance floors.  I'm hoping to use the lightup dance floor too.  I don't know how many people I'll have and I don't care. hahahaha

       

      Anyway, I met DJ Julian in January when he happened to be traveling to Houston.  He's fluent in English, so that's a big plus!  You can contact him at weddings@moodevents.com.mx



      #3 MandM 2011

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        Posted 20 June 2011 - 08:53 PM


        Hey there!

         

        Congrats on your wedding!

        How was DJ Julian in the end?  Would you recommend him?

        Tx

        Marianne


         

        Originally Posted by cdlillad 

        I am going with Mood Event Services.  DJ Julian from Mood Event Services has been really helpful and gives a lot of information.  His prices are very similar to Discomovil (I checked with them too).  Mood Event Services offers lightup LED dance floors.  I'm hoping to use the lightup dance floor too.  I don't know how many people I'll have and I don't care. hahahaha

         

        Anyway, I met DJ Julian in January when he happened to be traveling to Houston.  He's fluent in English, so that's a big plus!  You can contact him at weddings@moodevents.com.mx



         


        MandM Nov 24 2011, Azul Beach, 39 Rooms booked!


        #4 MandM 2011

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          Posted 20 June 2011 - 08:54 PM



          Hey there - so what did you end up doing?

          And are you satisfied?

          Tx

          :)

          Originally Posted by amh777 

          Hi all, I've been scouring the boards for any other DJ choices than the above.. . of the above, Discomovil seems the lowest priced with good reviews... anyone know of any others that are lower or similarly priced than Discomovil? I think they had quoted me around $550 for 4-5 hrs, which is super reasonable. If I can get my Palace WC to agree to let me bring in an outside DJ, it looks like they will allow it for some with a $250.00 fee. *fingers crossed* I had my heart set on the lighted dance floor and Discomovil does not offer this option, but I like their prices. I am hoping to find a DJ with Discomovil prices and a lighted dance floor option. The reason I would like the option of the lighted dance floor is that I currently have NO idea how many people will end up coming and I think it may look ridiculous to have a lighted dance floor for under 20 people- and then of those 20 probably only half will dance. Any ideas? And if anyone has had a reception with a small amount of people dancing with a lighted dance floor, did you feel it was sort of a waste of your money? Thanks!



           


          MandM Nov 24 2011, Azul Beach, 39 Rooms booked!





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