As a professional mobile DJ, it's important to not only have the skills to create an unforgettable party atmosphere, but also to have the proper etiquette to maintain a level of professionalism. In this blog post, we'll explore the do's & don'ts of DJ etiquette, so that you can make sure you're putting your best foot forward & maintaining a professional image at all times.
Be on time for all events, including set-up & sound check.
Dress appropriately for the event & keep your appearance neat and tidy.
Take the time to get to know the client & understand their musical preferences & requirements for the event.
Stay focused on the event & avoid distractions such as phone calls or social media.
Be prepared for any unexpected events or technical issues.
Show up to the event under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Play inappropriate music or make offensive comments.
Neglect your equipment or leave it unattended.
Ignore requests from the client or guests.
Take credit for the success of the event without acknowledging the contributions of others.
By following these simple do's & don'ts of DJ etiquette, you'll be well on your way to maintaining a professional image and building a reputation as a dependable, trustworthy mobile DJ.