Wedding Mobile disco
As musicians, we often work closely with a Disco. Typically we would put on a Ceilidh in the evening from 8.00 to 11.00, with a disco taking over until late.
As we don't handle discos ourselves (only live music groups), we've searched out Mobile Discos around the country for you. Click Mobile Discos to go to our page of Mobile Disco links.
When we are working in conjunction with a disco, we like to discuss with the client where we will set up and where the disco will set up, to try to eliminate any time delay between us finishing and the disco starting. At most venues, with a little planning, it is possible for the disco to go straight into their first dance as we end our last piece, with us packing up and leaving the room/hall unobtrusively.
We also like to discuss when we will play and when the disco will play. As a rule it works well for the disco to take over after a live music group, but not for the disco to play between sets of a live music group. If the music group is playing Ceilidh music, jazz or classical music, the disco sound is so different that it kills the atmosphere. Whereas, if the disco comes in after the live music is finished, the huge difference in sound and style makes a statement, introduces a new atmosphere and works extremely well.