On Hitched.co.uk since 2022
Last update: January 2024
Idj4you are passionate about playing music that makes you dance. Bringing people together to celebrate with music is why we DJ. With over 140 events done in 2023, Idj4you is run by Martin Young and Simon Wright who are full time professional DJ's. They coming from a clubbing background and pride themselves on mixing, blending and curating the soundtrack to your event. Please feel free to contact us directly you can find the contact number on the left of this page Thanks.
We are reliable and experienced in the best party planning for your event. We will ensure your event runs seamlessly from the first song until the very last. Experienced in picking out the right song for the right moment and unmatched in creating the right mood for the moment. All our DJ’s have Public Liability which also gives you peace of mind to fully enjoy your event.
With music from the ’50s right up to current-day charts and club bangers. I Dj 4 You offer a free consultation with your event DJ. This allows us to get to know each other better and helps us know more about you and your guest's musical tastes.
To secure IDJ4YOU services a 30% nonrefundable deposit secures your date. The balance is due one week before the event. If your booking is within 7 days of your event the full payment secures IDj4YOU services for your date.
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Cheshire, Essex, Greater Manchester and Kent
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