Wedding DJ Portland ME

Local resource for wedding DJ in Portland. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to cover bands and wedding planners, as well as advice and content on party planning.

Dimensional Sound
(207) 871-0072
37 Leonard St
Portland, ME
Cost
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Chuck Brady Productions
(207) 799-3821
382 Cottage Rd
South Portland, ME
Cost
$$$

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Bill O'Neil's House Of Rock
(207) 283-1966
840 Portland Rd
Saco, ME
Cost
$$$

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Daddys Junky Music Stores Inc
(207) 772-3239
1064 Brighton Ave
Portland, ME
Types of Instruments Sold
Digital Piano, Electronic Keyboard, Drums & Percussion, Sound Reinforcement, Recording Equipment, Guitars & Fretted Instruments, Print Music, DJ Equipment

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A Superior Music Entertainment
(207) 666-3006
Litchfield Corner Rd
Bowdoinham, ME
Cost
$$$

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Rockwell Music Productions
(207) 767-3575
24 B St
South Portland, ME
Cost
$$$

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Brian Phoenix Mobile Music
(207) 284-8965
907 Portland Rd
Saco, ME
Cost
$$$

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R C Music
(207) 499-7099
20 Runnels Brook Dr
Biddeford, ME
Cost
$$$

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Greg Powers Entertainment
(207) 282-3783
901 Portland Road Route 1
Saco, ME
Types of Instruments Sold
Drums & Percussion, Recording Equipment, Guitars & Fretted Instruments, DJ Equipment

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Sounds Galactic
(207) 783-9932
80 Poland Rd
Auburn, ME
Cost
$$$

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Planning party music: Working with a DJ: Listen to a pro's party tips

DJ Billy JamesIf you want a fun-filled, smooth-flowing event, and you've decided to hire a DJ, listen to his or her advice on how best to build energy that increases during your party.

Billy James, an experienced, professional DJ and owner of Phoenix DJ Billy James (shown at left) offers great advice.

Great ideas for all events

We've adapted his excellent pointers on planning a fun wedding to help you maximize the fun at any type of special event celebration—special birthday, wedding anniversary, class reunion, etc.

1. Dim the lights when it's time for dancing. Soft lighting during dinner creates a more comfortable atmosphere. Dimming the lights after dinner will motivate your guests to dance. Determine the desired lighting levels for dinner and dancing when you meet with your reception facility's coordinator. Have your lighting preferences included in your contract with the facility, if possible.

Image source: van Rensburg Photos; Phoenix DJ Billy James

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