Wedding DJ's




 

Sydney Music Events accepts American Express Cards. Note: 3% surcharge applies to all transactions with American Express Cards.

Sydney Music Events accepts American Express Cards.

[Note: 3% surcharge applies to all transactions with American Express Cards.]

 

 

Sydney Wedding DJ's

 
All of our Sydney wedding djs are professional and experienced; they will arrive on time and in formal attire. You can select from any range of styles: From very interactive with the crowd, to only making the requested announcements. With our detailed planning, we will make every effort to make your wedding memorable.

Our Sydney wedding djs will play every request and only what the crowd wants to hear. With over thousands of song titles at our finger tips, we WILL have the request you are looking for. A complete song list will be made available before and during the event.

We know that this night should be the most perfect night of your life. This is why we personalize your service. We want to know what you like, and what you don’t, about music, tempo and style, but especially about other wedding receptions you’ve been to. We feel our best performance comes only when we know you as well as our song list.

Our energetic, entertaining Sydney wedding djs play CD music of any style on state of the art equipment. They make sure that the event runs smoothly with plenty of fun-filled antics & group activities. From elegant, formal events to zany, interactive dances, we can cover the entire musical spectrum to insure the success of your event.


For over a decade Sydney wedding djs has been the premiere DJ/MC entertainment for customizing exciting, exclusive events. Our personality packed staff brings Class and Excitement in Dj entertainment to your special event. Our customers are treated with the personal touch; we sincerely feel this is the main reason for the duration and success of our longevity.

Custom packages

Serving over 25,000 events since the mid-eighties, Dancing DJ's can offer customized packages tailored to your specific needs. From multiple Disc Jockey packages and stunning light shows to party props for all your guests, a Dancing DJ's professional will work with you in a personalized consultation to determine the entertainment package suitable for your special event.

OUT AND ABOUT

When it comes to discounts, our cultural institutions and major attractions don't join the party, but some of them are still free.

The Museum of Contemporary Art and the Art Gallery of NSW have free entry, although the AGNSW does charge for special exhibitions, such as the $8 for the Celestial Silks collection of Imperial Chinese textiles. Wednesday nights are a bonus. Art After Hours features celebrity talks or concerts at 6.30pm, a free film at 7.15pm, live jazz in the ArtBar from 7.30pm, and the gallery is open till 9pm.

The National Maritime Museum is the cheapest of the museums, being free, but it costs $18 to get on big ships like the submarine and the destroyer.

The Historic Houses Trust opens all the properties it operates, free, on one day of the year, Australia Day. Free all year round are Government House, The Mint on Macquarie Street and the grand harbourside gardens of Vaucluse House.

But the trust charges $7 entry to most of its other properties, which include the Museum of Sydney and the Justice and Police Museum, Hyde Park Barracks Museum and Elizabeth Bay House.

You can get into any trust property for just $3 if you have Dendy cinema membership ($15 a year), which also gets you two $9.50 tickets per session at its cinemas in Newtown and Circular Quay.

The Powerhouse Museum charges $10 entry; the Australian Museum on William Street charges $8.

When animals get involved, it gets expensive.

At $17.50, entry to Oceanworld Manly is the cheaper underwater option. Entry to Sydney Aquarium costs $25 ($22.50 if you buy online).

At those prices, Taronga Zoo looks cheap at $27, although snorkelling at Clovelly will get you up close to a surprisingly wide range of underwater life, free.

Entry to Luna Park is free, but rides cost, and it can get confusing when they deal only in the park's tricky currency - the "luna" where $3 = 3 lunas, $10 = 12 lunas and $20 = 30 lunas. Rides cost anywhere between 3 and 6 lunas a pop, but you can get an all-day pass for $35, or less if you're a little person (less than 130cm).

Luna Park's rides are cheap compared with a climb up the nearby bridge, though. The cheapest time to tackle the Harbour Bridge is during the week when it costs $160. That rises to $185 on weekends, from Friday night, and up to $225 for a twilight climb.

For just $8.50, though, you can enjoy the same view without having to don the Camp X-ray gear by climbing the Harbour Bridge's south-east pylon.

The view from Sydney Tower costs $22, but you can get an awesome view of the city from North Head, free.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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