Stylus features real DJs on staff

Stylus features actual DJs on its staff

– not bedroom DJs, trainee noobs, or wash-outs who remember the good old days when clients didn’t want you to know how to read a crowd. Our DJs understand that song selection, technical skill, airtight planning, expert intuition and easy communication are what make for a successful event.

Strangely, some companies will often send high schoolers or college students to their special events, young adults with little to no training or experience – paying them practically nothing to do your wedding. Or, they’ll send out old-school washout DJs who are looking to get back into DJing because their real-estate career didn’t pick up. Would you expect to get a great event out of that?

Other ‘premiere’ DJ companies charge you a fortune even though their DJs are playing your event off of WinAmp or Itunes.

WinAmp! The best free music program 1998 had to offer.

Based out of Raleigh, Stylus is your opportunity to reserve the area’s best professionals for your wedding in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wilmington, and beyond.

Stylus’ principal DJ, Jason Huggins, is an industry insider who specializes in blending music in unique and interesting ways. After years managing one of the region’s largest DJ companies and watching the rest stumble through event after event, Jason saw where the problems were – and Stylus aims to fix it.

His wedding DJ reviews on The Knot, Wedding Wire, and other wedding sites rank him as one of the best reviewed in the industry. Jason, and the rest of the Stylus team, are ready to help make your wedding an absolute success.

You don’t have to settle – not anymore. Stylus DJ is finally here.

Our wedding DJ  packages start at $900 for 4 hours for a Raleigh Wedding DJ. That includes everything you’d need to make your wedding reception and ceremony great. We also offer uplighting, accent lighting, custom music mixes, personalized GOBOs (monogram in light), effects lighting for outdoor tent receptions, and ceremony amplification and sound.

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