21st birthday parties normally fit in one of two types. One is
with friends and family, and the other are parties with just friends.
The first will often include a large age range and the music mix
may vary from the current charts to golden oldies. Many family birthday
parties are a mixture of young and old, and so itís essential to
find the right blend of music to keep everyone happy. This is not
just a case of playing a chart tune followed by a hit from yester
year etc. Getting the balance of music right is essential to create
the right party atmosphere. The other type of party is with friends
of the same age, often friends have similar music tastes so this
type of party will have a more focused music mix. It helps to send
the DJ a list of special records, but don't over do it, 100% play
lists do not work, about 10 - 30 tunes is perfect.
A 21st birthday party with few people over 25 years old attending
will have a different mix of music to one with people of mostly
mixed and senior years. Each party is unique, one style does not
fit all. The music we play will be dependant on the type of party
you are having and the make up of the audience.
You don't have to be 21 to have a 21st birthday party. Once we
did a birthday party for a gentleman who was a granddad and claimed
it was his 21st. He admitted it wasn't his exact 21st birthday,
but at the time hadn't got round to organising the party because
of the war, he said "it was now time to start counting backwards".
Since 1978 Pro mobile Disco has provided DJs
for Birthday Party for all ages. This includes numerous 18th,
21st, 30th, 40th, 50th, 60th Birthday parties and upwards etc. We
also provided a very special surprise party for the oldest birthday
boy who was 94 years young. (Discount available to anyone 100 or
over and free if accompanied on the night by both parents). On that
occasion we had to check if the gentleman had a dodgy ticker just
in case. It turned out he was a spritly old soul who was a variety
entertainer in the 1930's when the evening got going he showed us
he still had some disco moves.