It occurs to me that anyone reading through my website will be looking at my photos of beautiful weddings I’ve entertained all over New Zealand, as well as occasionally overseas. It would be easy to think that although I’m a mobile DJ based in Wellington, that I only work away from home. Quite the opposite is true, and I regularly work in Wellington’s many venues.  As a wedding DJ in Wellington, I do travel a lot, but enjoy working near home too.

Pictures on my gallery pages show some of the many events I’ve performed at Wellington venues. Some of the Wellington venues I’ve entertained in are the Amora Hotel, Soi Cafe, The Boatshed, Wellington Rowers Club, The Jetty, Erskine, Gear Homestead, Silverstream Retreat, Hotel Intercontinental, Kaitoke Country Gardens, The Angus Inn, Macs Brew Bar, Lodge at the Inlet, Arawa Homestead, Massey University Great Hall and Tea Gardens, Rydges Hotel, Trentham Gardens, Wallaceville House, The Hutt Town Hall, Wellington Old Town Hall, St James Theatre and TSB Bank Arena.

My first ever paid event was as a DJ for twins (a boy & a girl) in the Belmont Domain back in 1987. I can safely say that I’m one of Wellington’s most experienced DJs and one of very few professional MCs in the district.

In short, although I am booked to be DJ and MC from Queenstown in the South to Omapere in the Far North and, also Australia and Fiji, I’m first and foremost a Wellington DJ. If you’ve got an event coming up, such as a wedding, a corporate event, a birthday or some other celebration, pop me an email so we can arrange a time to meet and talk.

Do you have questions or comments? Please contact Richard by completing below. If you’re enquiring about an event, please include as much of the following information as possible:

  • Your name(s)
  • Your phone numbers
  • Where are you living now?
  • Type of event
  • Which venue?
  • Location of the venue
  • Date of event
  • Estimated number of guests
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