Being a DJ is more than just playing and mixing songs of different genres; if you want to get a lot of exposure (and exposure means more income) you need to have lots of gigs to do to achieve that. Sometimes, you also need to host and organize your events to create some hype around you and your music to get more exposure. To do that, you need to make a proposal to some people who can help support your events such as investors, sponsors, club owners, or event organizers. Read the article to know how to create an event proposal.

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What Does DJ Stand For?

DJ stands for the word disc jockey. They are responsible to provide pre-recorded music to listeners by using vinyl records, physical discs, or digital music. Furthermore, a DJ can mix songs and create music transitions of various songs, control the audio output levels especially in events, make up a bunch of playlists in every event that suits the mood and atmosphere, and even serve as announcers or event organizers.

There are three types of DJs:

  •  Radio DJs: They host radio shows that play music on air, answer requests from listeners and chatter with guests or listeners, and share news or celebrity gossip.
  • Club DJs: They work predominantly in nightclubs although they also perform in concerts and other social events. They provide music for the crowds to dance and sing to.
  • Mobile DJs: They are flexible wherever they work; they usually work in big events that require music. Most of them own their high-quality sound equipment and music collections.

How to Write a DJ Event Proposal

1. Provide Brief Background

First, introduce yourself; tell what you specialize in as a DJ and provide any relevant background information. You can brag a little about yourself by attaching press articles, interviews, or past flyers promoting you and your music. Including those information gives the impression that you are established as a DJ.

2. Explain the Type of Event You Want to Organize

Get to the point right away by telling them that you like to run an event and give the date of when you want to do it. Give them a general idea of what the event will be.

3.  Give More Details About the Event

This section is where you elaborate more details about the event. Mention how many people will be attending the event (be realistic about the estimated number), who will be your target audience (what kind of crowd will be going to the venue), who will be performing in the event (specify if the performer is a headline act; when mentioning the performers include images and videos to help them know who you are talking about), the venue of the event (you can disregard this part if you’re proposing to a club owner), the time the event will open, and the type of equipment you will use.

4. Describe Your Promotion Strategies

Next is where you will explain how you will market the event to make it successful. Mention if you will be using flyers, posters, and mail-outs to advertise your event or use social media and make sponsored posts or partner with brands to help you promote the event. To strongly reinforce your brand and identity as a DJ, show them logos that represent you.

5. Show Your Credentials

Cement your established status as a DJ by providing them information on your previous event experiences.  If you don’t have any previous experience focus on other positives such as having a large social media following or having partners who will help run the event. If you have any testimonials in writing from club owners or managers you’ve worked with, in the past, include them here.

FAQs

How much does it cost to hire a DJ in events?

The cost of hiring a DJ for a gig can depend on what type of event they will be playing at. For example, if the event is a wedding, a DJ’s cost per hour is around $150. For other types of events, they may charge less at around $100.

What are the best types of events that a DJ should play at?

The best types of events that DJs can do their gig are corporate events, store events, weddings, Christmas parties, birthday parties, house parties, new year celebrations, concerts, and graduation balls.

When you make the proposal, make sure to mainly discuss the business side; they might not likely want to hear about your mixes; just how you can make the event profitable for everyone who invested in it. Your proposal should not exceed more than two pages, it must be clear and concise, and free from grammatical and spelling mistakes. Discuss the proposal well with them and if you do it nicely, you might get the opportunity of getting your proposal approved. Make sure to print your proposal. To help you get started, download our free sample templates above to use as your reference!

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