Right Music

Spoilt for choice: A disc jockey or a band “with the music stands or falls a feast”. This much-quoted phrase is one or another sound in memory, if he or she faces the question of a celebration, such as for example the own wedding to organize. Of course, you need a good DJ or a good band. But what makes a good DJ and a good band? And what should you decide for a DJ or a band? First of all, the question of costs has to be decided. A band will usually cost more than a DJ.

Alone it is because on a band more people are involved and therefore want to be paid. As a rule of thumb you should for a good wedding band an amount of approximately 400-600 euros involved musicians calculate. Of course are no limits here upwards. For a DJ, however, is an amount of approximately 400-800 euros per evening schedule. Alone the cost question may therefore speak for a DJ. But you should think about the most beautiful day of your life only at the cost? You want to get married eventually only once in the Life, even if the reality looks different now. When did you play a whole band alone to have the opportunity to leave.

The atmosphere that conjures up a band in a wedding celebration is unique. But against a band and a DJ of course also some arguments. A band has only a limited repertoire of music available. A DJ on the other has a virtually inexhaustible repertoire of music which can be retrieved almost at your fingertips. A band must take breaks. No one can by 6-9 hours to play an instrument or sing at all. Another argument against a band can be a limited supply of space. It is therefore advisable to clarify whether a location for a larger band is ever suitable in advance. When the issue is resolved, whether a band or a DJ to be booked, remains the difficult question of how to find is a good DJ or a good band. Happy is here, who already knows a good band, or DJ, or recommend from the circle of friends and acquaintances can make. Otherwise just keep Possibility of trial hearing what should represent in many cases without major problems. In the endless expanse of the Internet, the search should be easy for DJs and musicians. Basically this research as possible at an early stage of planning the wedding should be done, as good and coveted bands and DJs are often long in advance-booked. Finally of note, that now offer some service providers a combination of band and DJ for events. This sometimes without duplicate costs. Robert Klein