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Wedding MC + DJ

  • Wedding Master of Ceremonies
  • Wedding DJ Service Included
  • Ceremony Audio & Microphones
  • Custom Edited Ceremony Music

Think your MC is qualified because they’re a great public speaker? Worried your uncle or family friend isn’t quite the right choice? Find out why others chose a professional wedding MC. Read More Here

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Corporate and Event DJ

  • Corporate event DJ
  • DJ for private party events
  • Uplighting and theme lighting
  • No rap, no heavy metal

Guaranteed service standards, music for grown ups, and the tidiest, most compact sound set up available.

Hire a DJ – Nick Logan DJ

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Wedding Tips and Ideas

A collection of and ideas for your wedding day planning.

  • How to choose the first dance
  • How to choose your MC
  • Not-so-obvious questions before hiring a DJ for your wedding
  • Many more from over 400 weddings  

Learn more here

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Sound System Hire

  • DIY Weddings
  • Small Conferences
  • Wedding Ceremony
  • iPod cables and mic included
  • Compact and silent generator available areas without power, like a beach wedding

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Contact Nick Logan

PO Box 10203
Dominion Road
Auckland 1446

Those “three little words” that mean so much

Some of the most important questions I ask have nothing to do with music or songs or how many lights you’re expecting.

Ceremony Music and Wedding First Dance Song Ideas

A constantly evolving list of song ideas for wedding ceremonies, first dance, and father-daughter dance ideas.

Does Your DJ Pay to Play?

A DJ referral or recommendation is usually based on trust. In an earlier article, I suggested one of the most reliable sources of trustworthy vendor information is a DJ...

Why no DJ lists this in their wedding package

  It doesn't matter what a DJ calls the wedding packages - Gold, Platinum, Slightly Brown. And it doesn't matter what the package costs. There's one thing that just isn't...

Great Wedding Entertainment Doesn’t Just Start With The First Song

Here’s WHY it’s more than “just press play” when you hire a professional DJ.

Why is it expected or accepted that a DJ can do THIS?

Just a couple of drinks is OK while YOU’RE working, right?