Children’s Dance Parties!

” Unity DJs played at our 7 year old’s birthday party this weekend…. and it was literally THE BEST PARTY EVER! Adults and kids had lots and lots of crazy dancing fun- such awesome sounds, perfectly pitched to the people in the crowd! They brought lights, games and goodness with them! I’d recommend to anyone wanting to entertain kids and adults with high energy good vibes and tunes!” – Anya

We have a range of packages to suit youPlease contact us to discuss your needsunitydjsnz@gmail.com

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Why get a DJ for your wedding?

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In the age of Spotify, Shazam, Pandora and other music streaming apps, it seems everyone can be a DJ! But these apps work on an algorithm and cannot read the mood of a room or cater to the diverse music tastes at a wedding. Streaming apps have their place but at Unity DJs we believe the cost of having a dedicated professional DJ is well worth building into your budget.

What does the DJ actually do?

The DJ’s job is to discuss with you what you want for your wedding – to talk about the wedding party and guests and what they might like to hear and dance to, plan out and source the tunes, provide sound for the ceremony if needed, to set up the sound system and design the best sound for the space,  look after the microphones and sound for speeches, provide sound tech support for any live music and -most importantly- play tunes to kick off the dance floor and keep it going all night! Our DJs have over 20 years experience and can give you some great tips to make your wedding extra special.

Noone has regretted booking a great DJ for their wedding, but plenty have regretted leaving it off their budget! It’s your day and night and you deserve to have a DJ!

Read some recent testimonials from weddings we have DJed at here.

Unity DJs are based in the Wellington area and can travel for a fee. Please send us an enquiry and we will get back to you with some different options.

Happy Halloween!

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Time to get spooky!

Over the last few years, it seems like Halloween has been getting more popular here in New Zealand. When I was a kid, we didn’t celebrate it at all. It was something we saw in American movies and TV shows. For a start, it’s the wrong season here and has no relevance. But that hasn’t stopped big retailers selling a lot of plastic rubbish and sweets to our kids who really don’t know what it all means. I have been wanting to provide an alternative space for kids, so they can dress up and have fun with the whole Halloween thing, without the totally weird idea of knocking on stranger’s door and demanding sugar! I don’t want to be the mean parent so I came up with the idea of having a community children’s dance party where the emphasis is on the experience of dressing up and having fun, rather than the ‘give me sugar’ angle! Hope you can make it!