/ School Discos
We are the Kings of
Kids disco in Brisbane. Our DJ's are experienced with fun personalities.
Our microphones and technical skills can make
any child's party
- from two year olds to late teens -
an event they will never forget. We play everything from "Wiggles",
Party classics to "Top 40" and
back it with smoke machines, disco lighting, fun competitions and games. We do
it all. Sit back
and enjoy a professionally run show. Everything is included in the price.
- Our DJ's are
extremely interactive and help control an excited crowd.
- They 'build'
the event for the specific audience.
- Every DJ holds
a "blue card"
- We have our
own "Public Liability Insurance"
- We can supply
written references and phone numbers of delighted hosts
- 30 years experience
(over 2,000 school events and underage discos) With that level of experience
behind us, we can advise you on how to create a brilliant event - not just
- Great for a
child's birthday party - something they will never forget.
- We are 100%
up to date with the music charts & the "in" artists. We also
play appropriate music.
No swearing and only positive themes.
- Parents are
not forgotten. We play many party "classics" which parents can dance
along to with
the children. We also play games where we encourage parents to get involved.
Come see us "LIVE"
host many school & PCYC discos around the Brisbane area.
Just Contact us
& we can tell you where we will be.
- Ring us for
great advice on times, age groups and other ideas. We have a "How can
I help" attitude.
are very affordable. However they vary upon dates, times & location...i.e..During
the week is cheaper.
for an exact custom quote.
You are welcome to ring any of our previous clients and ask them what they really
thought of us. You nominate an old date and if we ran
an event then, we'll give you the name and phone number of the host. ... That's
random endorsement and an indication of our confidence
in our efforts, products & performances.
© Copyright Paul
Simpson's Dj's Karaoke & Video Jukebox Hire -
November 1, 2014