Whether it is your wedding, birthday events, pool parties, company functions, school events, homecoming, proms or any event, the one thing you want is for everyone to have fun. Having the right music and the right DJ will make that happen. With 19 years of experience, DJ Chris will work with you to create the perfect atmosphere for your event. We are able to MC the entire event and makes sure you have what you need.
No matter if it is a small event or a very large event, we offer the best pricing around. We are able to accommodate your event in Dallas, Collin, Rockwall, Tarrant and all the surrounding counties.
DJ Chris Brown has any equipment needed for your event and removes any worries about the music and entertainment you may have. We make sure the sound system is perfect based on the size of the room, amount of people and whether it's inside or outside.
When your wedding day comes, you want to make sure any and all songs you need for that special dance is there. By having a large selection of music, music is never an issue. As DJ Chris Brown has said for many years, "there is no song I cannot get." Whether it is country, rock, classic rock, oldies, Top 40 or more, nothing is out of reach. We will work with you to make sure the type of music you want is at the event and will encourage your guest to request songs.
Being a DJ is not just someone who is pushing buttons and playing whatever they want. As a DJ I have learned that your job is to create the party. If there are 2 people or 2000 people in the room, your job is to make sure they have a good time. Whether they are sitting on a bar stool, playing pool in the corner or out on the dance floor, they need to be having a good time. Music is what controls the atmosphere of the room. You do not just walk into a room and throw up music, it is a good idea to plan ahead with an idea, but allow room for change if it is needed.
Feel free to visit my website to see not only some testimonials from several recent events, but venues and even awards like CCE DJ of the Year for the West Coast - Pacific region in 1996.