Sydney Wedding DJ


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.]

Wedding DJ in Sydney


There is no venue too large or too intimate to play host to our wedding dj Sydney, MC’s, sound systems, light shows, and special effects. Our services include a free personal consultation for your event. During the consultation we not only discuss the function’s itinerary in detail, but we also note your music preferences specifically noting the types of music not to be played throughout the event.

All of our music is on CD format. All of our equipment is stored and transported in professional road cases. Emergency service equipment is available at every function.
We will assist you to select a sound system for your needs. We take into consideration the type of event, number of guests, age group present, size of room, and the electrical power handling at the reception area. A free wedding consultation to assist with the organization of the itinerary for your reception; A reception questionnaire and a music request form will help you to finalize all the specific details and requests for your wedding reception.

Professional and experienced disc jockeys will entertain your guests until you say stop!

Music requests from your guests are always welcome.

Every disc jockey carries an extensive CD music library, which also includes a large selection of culturally diverse music to entertain guests (i.e., Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Latin, Jewish, plus many more).

All our functions are confirmed by a contract to guarantee a worry-free, high quality service at a competitive price.

Ambiance, Arcadian Court/The Bay, Art Gallery of Ontario, Atlantis Pavilions, Bayview Golf Course, Bellagio, Berlin Nightclub, Black Creek Pionner Village, Caesar's Banquet Hall, Capitol Banquet Centre, Capitol Event Theatre, Carmen's Banquet Centre (Hamilton), Casablanca Banquet Centre, Casa Loma, Church at Berkeley, Claireport Place, Club Roma (St. Catharines) , CN Tower, Copper Creek Golf Club, Crystal Fountain Banquet Halls, Delphi Banquet Hall (Niagara Falls) , Delta Chelsea Hotels, Dinardo's, Dynasty Place, Eaton Hall & Conference Centre, Ellas Banquet Halls, Fantasy Farm, Fontana Gardens, Gala Banquet Halls, Genesis Banquet Centre, Geraldo's at Lasalle Park, Grand Baccus Banquet & Convention Centre, Hank's Diner, Hilton Suites Hotel, Hockley Valley Resort, Holiday Inn Hotels, Hunter's Glen Golf Club, International Plaza Hotel, Kleinburg Golf & Country Club, La Gondola Banquet all, La Perla Banquet Centre, La Pineta Banquet Centre, La Primavera, La Vedette Banquets, La Villa allroom, Le Jardin, Le Dome Banquet Hall, Le Parc, Le Royal Meridien King Edward, Liberty Grand, Marriott Hotels, McClean House, Michelangelo Banquet Centre, Mississauga Convention Centre, Mississauga Grand, Montecassino Place, Nobleton Lakes Golf Club, Nottawasaga Inn Resort, Oakview errace, Oakville Convention Centre, Oasis Convention Centre, Panemonte Banquet Centre, Paradise anquet entre Paramount , Paramount Canada's Wonderland, Pavilion Royale, Pearson Convention Center, Porto ello Banquet Hall, Premiere Ballroom, Presidente Banquet Hall, Q-ssis Banquet Halls, Ramada Plaza otels, Richmond Hill Country Club, Rizzo Banquet Halls, Roma's Place, Sheraton Hotels, Speranza Banquet all, Spirale Banquet & Convention Centre, St. George's Golf Club, St. Lawrence Hall, Strate's Banquet Halls, Supreme Banquet Hall, The Boulevard Club, The Docks Entertainment Complex, The Doctor's House, The states of Sunnybrook, The Four Seasons Hotel, The Harbor Castle Westin Hotel, The Manor at Carrying lace, The Miller Lash House, The Moonlight Ballroom - Apricot Catering, The Old Mill, The Old Scott ouse, The Pillar Post (Niagara-on-the-Lake), The Regal Constellation Hotel, The Regency, The enaissance, The Ritz Banquet Centre,The Royal Canadian Yacht Club, The Royal York Hotel, The School, The Sutton lace Hotel, The Vaughan Estate, Thorncliffe Banquet Centre, Tonic Nightclub, Tony's Ballroom, Toronto onvention Centre, Valhalla Inn,Venus Nightclub, Verdi Hospitality Centre, White Shields Banquet Hall, Windsor Arms Hotel, and York Reception Centre. No matter the place we will get you the best DJ performance available.

Sydney is supposed to be one of the most expensive cities in the world, up there with the likes of London, Paris and New York, but here you can catch a movie for less than $10 any day of the week, see Hollywood stars onstage for a little more than $20 and listen to top-class music, on the world's most beautiful harbor, free.
After Hoyts raised its top ticket to a gasping $15.30 this year, cheap Tuesdays became the obvious way to dodge rising prices, but there are other ways to see movies for minimal cash. Try the independents.

Campbelltown's family-owned Dumaresq Street Cinemas are the cheapest in Sydney, with adult tickets for a rock-bottom $5.50 and under-15s $4.50. Their candy bar is also cheap as french fries: waffle-cone choc tops $1.50 and large drinks $2.

The Hornsby Odeon Cinema is a bargain, with adults $9, concessions $7 and Tuesday tickets $5 for everyone.

In the eastern suburbs a good bet is the Randwick Ritz. Adults are $10 and students $7; on Tuesdays adults are charged $8.50. The Ritz also has a mean food deal: $5 gets popcorn, a drink and a choc top.

In general, the big cinema chains have clenched-cheek Tuesdays, while the art-house cinemas have cheaper tickets on Mondays, when Dendy drops prices to $9 and Palace to $9.50.

Some cinemas have cheap tickets on Mondays and Tuesdays. Roseville Cinema charges $9 instead of the usual $13.50, while Paddington's Chauvel Cinema charges $9.50, down from $14.50.

Getting in early at Auburn's Reading Cinemas pays off. On weekdays before 5pm it's $10 for adults instead of $14.

Then there's the perennial undergrad haunt, Govinda's Movie Room in Darlinghurst, where one can recline on cushions while watching a film. The Hare Krishna restaurant-cum-cinema offers a $19.90 movie and vegetarian buffet dinner deal, while committed carnivores can eat elsewhere and catch the film for $10.90.

The cheapest place to see films is the Art Gallery of NSW, which screens free movies to coincide with the exhibitions. The gallery holds the screenings every Wednesday at 2.30pm and 7.15pm, repeated on Sundays at 2.30pm. This Sunday's film, which screens in conjunction with the Celestial Silks exhibition of imperial Chinese textiles, is Wong Kar-Wai's In the Mood for Love.


In an age when you can pay hundreds of dollars to see crusty old rockers wheeled out onstage, it's good to know you can catch top talent for little or nothing.

The Golden Sheaf Hotel at Double Bay and the Opera Bar on the Opera House concourse often have big names playing with no cover charge.

Performing at the Sheaf on Sunday is Aussie hip-hop queen and Triple J and Channel V presenter Maya Jupiter in another guise: she'll be fronting the 11-piece Latino-funk outfit Son Veneno.

The Opera Bar, which has the most fantastic harbour views, has an interesting line-up most nights - often stripped-down versions of major acts. Wicked Beat Sound System's DJ Crucial D and singer Linda Janssen have been regulars.

Saturday afternoon jazz returns to the Opera Bar tomorrow from 2 o'clock. Spanglish features jazz legend Lloyd Swanton, Aaron Ottignon and Fabian Hevia doing a mix of Latin and jazz.

On Sunday, funky indie radio station FBi provides the DJs from 5pm to coincide with the Live Radio Plays being performed in the Opera House Studio.

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