Most frequent questions and answers
The fees that I charge vary from event to event. The factors taken into consideration include, but are not limited to: length of event, distance to event, anticipated number of attendees, client loyalty, and equipment requested.
There will be a contract for every event. The contract includes payment, set-up, and event details. The contract will be distributed to you once I receive the event information.
I have two main speakers, a subwoofer, a DJ controller, a DJ facade, and multiple light bars at my disposal. I can rent equipment for parties or events that require additional equipment.
I have three years of experience as a DJ, but many more years listening to music, curating playlists, and choosing the next track in the car through the AUX cable.
- The Engine Room in White River Junction, VT
- Engine Room Presents “Party Like A Graduate” Dance Party (2017)
- Fairies & Rainbows – The Mermaid Rave Edition (2017)
- The White Dress Party – Grand Opening of 1st Saturday Club Nights (2018)
- The Red Dress Party featuring Plock & Balls, ShaR4, DJ Camilo (2018)
- The Engine Room Presents “Fire & Ice” Featuring DJ Camilo (2018)
- Gusto’s in Barre, VT
- DJ LaFountaine at Gusto’s with Special Guest Young Milo (2017)
- Briggs Opera House in White River Junction, VT
- Gory Daze Halloween Parade and Crystal Ball (2017)
- Revolution’s Annual Black Tie Oscar Party (2018)
- Upper Valley Aquatic Center
- 10th Anniversary Celebration (2018)
- Geisel School of Medicine Semi-Formal at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH (2017)
- John Stark High School Prom at Mount Sunapee Resort in Newbury, NH (2017)
- Thetford Academy Prom at Camp Billings in Fairlee, VT (2017)
- Geisel School of Medicine Semi-Formal in Norwich, VT (2018)
- Geisel School of Medicine Match Day Party at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH (2018)
I take requests as I see fit. If I’m playing Drake, the Lil Wayne request can make its way to the rotation shortly. If I’m playing Steve Aoki and the crowd is jumping, I will reconsider the Frank Sinatra request that I just received.
Requests before the event are helpful and recommended so that I can have the songs prepared beforehand. They also allow me to tailor the music selection specifically for the event. A “Do Not Play” list is also valued as I can make sure the songs on that list will not transmit through my speakers at the event.
It’s extensive. 15,000+ songs. I am adding current music to my library every week. I have Pop, Rock, Alternative, Hip-Hop, R&B, Electronic, Reggae, and Latin music.
I typically start with modern pop and hip-hop music and then ease into electronic dance music as the night progresses. I can experiment with the crowd by giving them the music they didn’t even know they wanted to hear. If all else fails, I have certain songs up my sleeve, such as Usher’s “Yeah!”, that can get a crowd moving.