Storm DJs Coronavirus

CoronaVirus Advice regarding DJ bookings

We’re aware that times are a little turbulent right now due to the amount of uncertainty regarding Coronavirus, so we thought it would be useful to put together a guide on how it might impact DJ bookings. Please see our FAQ below.

We will be sure to update this information as soon as things change.

What do I do if I have booked a DJ and I’m concerned about the event success?

If it’s booked to occur in the next couple of months it would be advisable to simply start planning when you should reschedule it for.

What do I do if I have decided to cancel my DJ booking?

Get in touch with the relevant person you booked through. The majority of agencies will allow events to be postponed meaning you won’t lose out on deposits or balance payments.

I’ve booked a DJ for my wedding. If we cancel the wedding is this covered on my wedding insurance policy?

If you wisely bought wedding insurance before it was suspended by most providers then it should be covered, meaning that you won’t be out of pocket if you can’t postpone the wedding. This article in the Independent covers most information regarding wedding insurance.

Will the balance still be due on my booking?

Check the terms of your specific contract. For the most part, balances will be due as usual just before the event date. If a booking is postponed then the balance will still be due per contract.

What should I do if I still need to book a DJ?

Just let us know what you require. We can always find a solution whatever the situation or location. At this stage it would be advisable to book around 3 months ahead.

What happens if the DJ I already booked has contracted Coronavirus?

If his or her self-isolation period overlaps your booking then we will find you a replacement.

When will the coronavirus pandemic die down?

As soon as possible for the whole world’s sanity!

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