DJ Will Gill is a Wedding DJ serving Los Angeles, Orange County, Santa Barbara, and San Diego. His DJ style is open format. His emcee style combines charisma and charm. To get a sample of his unrivaled style of entertainment, please check out the video below.
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DJ Will Gill is an American DJ who has had residencies as local as West Hollywood and venues as far as Ibiza, Spain. He has spent the last 3 Superbowl’s as Fox NFL Sunday’s DJ. This includes Superbowl LIV in Miami, February 2020.
What makes his talents and performances stand out is that he naturally has fun while spinning. This creates an attractive enegry and spread of positivity throughout the guests. All of which makes for a comfortable and engaging DJ set. For a full list of notable DJ accomplishments, check out DJ Will Gill’s IMDB page and DJ Will Gill’s Wikipedia Page.
Los Angeles Wedding DJ Mixes
Wedding DJs in Los Angeles can be found far and wide. How do you know which one is right for you? You will want to start with the most important part of your wedding reception, the music. A Professional DJ has the ability to seamlessly blend songs, as well as genres, to make sure every single one of your wedding guests get out on the dance floor.
Do you have a nice size list of potential southern California wedding DJs for the wedding day? Start filtering by getting samples of their DJ style. Ask each wedding DJ company where you can hear some of their mixes.
For easy streaming access, most professional wedding DJs have a Mixcloud page. The above mixes are just a small sample. For the full list of multiple genres, check out DJ Will Gill’s Mixcloud DJ sets.
Wedding Emcee Background
Most people don’t know that Wedding DJs are also Wedding Emcees. While DJ Will Gill provides 5 star customer service using his turntables, it is the microphone and how he speaks to wedding guests that truly sets the tone for an epic wedding.
DJ Will Gill is comfortable speaking to a crowd of 20 or a crowd of 500 hundred. He has honed his craft working as the crowd warmup emcee for 7 seasons at NBC’s The Voice and 2 seasons at The Kelly Clarkson Show.
Whether the event is an Emmy award winning production or the most intimate and private of events, the job of the emcee remains the same. That job is to inspire energy within the crowd, motivate them to have good time, and keep them engaged throughout the timeline. This is what makes DJ Will Gill so versatile and confident in a room of multicultural strangers.
The Los Angeles Wedding DJ Pandemic Pivot
In 2020, the wedding industry came to a screeching halt. Wedding planning for all 2020 wedding couples were up in the air. Event planning companies were hit with postponements, cancellations, and refund requests. Just to stay relevant, DJ services quickly turned to online streaming platforms like Zoom, Instagram Live, and Twitch.
In April of 2020, DJ Will Gill created ZoomDJs.com, a virtual party DJ service. The original idea was to offer online party DJ services to current clients. Understanding the troubled economy and knowing many could not afford DJ services, ZoomDJs.com quickly became a pro bono service for families and kids needing a little bit of fun and entertainment in an uncertain time.
After many charitable events and much online buzz, DJ Will Gill quickly rose to the top of Google and still remains #1 worldwide on the most popular search engine. Because of this ranking, DJ Will Gill has performed online virtual parties with new clients worldwide, from Australia to Ireland. Check out the following if you would like to book a virtual party DJ.
The pivot of DJ Will Gill has allowed him to also connect with many of Los Angeles best wedding DJs. This includes DJ Malcolm Brinkley, DJ Keelez, DJ Krieger, and DJ Aaron Free. The pandemic has brought out and brought together the best wedding DJs Los Angeles. All in the name of keeping the world dancing.
5 Star Reviews
From Orange County to Palm Springs, DJ Will Gill and ZoomDJs.com remain focused on connecting people through music and movement. As he completes more events, both live and virtual, check out below for five star Google reviews as they come in.
I had the pleasure of working with DJ Will Gill on a few weddings. As a wedding planner, who likes to provide the best DJ services for my clients. DJ Will Gill is amazing, professional, charming, full of energy and goes beyond for entertainment. He reads the guests so well and play the right music. He makes me want to dance too! I really enjoying working with him and looking forward to more events. Beyond 5 Stars!!!Frances Steiner
Absolutely the best! Will was DJ/emcee and Zoom host for our 2020 micro wedding. He invested so much of his own time to make our special day the best. He did a site survey to ensure data speed would support Zoom video. He arrived 2 hours early on day of to set up and do mic check and video test. And my Zoom guests absolutely loved him as their host. Two thumbs up for Will!Tiffany Shiau
How To Get Wedding DJ Gigs
Music is the most memorable part long after a wedding. I imagine don’t have to tell you that because you’ve probably been to a few weddings. So you have the perfect Itunes library, the charisma and charm on the mic, and the audio equipment to get the party started. Now there remains one question: How do you get gigs as a wedding DJ? My name is DJ Will Gill and I’m happy to help! This blog article will highlight the steps to help you build your brand, your business, and work more weddings. In short, advertising and leads will help you plant your feet. If you have no idea where to start, don’t worry, check out these 4 easy steps.
STEP 1: Build Your Name and Network
The first step to growing your wedding DJ business is to put your name out there. In order to showcase your talents, you need a party to perform at. For that to happen, people need to know who you are and what is your business all about. Referrals and word mouth are key, especially when you first start out. In order to land referrals, you need to let everyone know about your new wedding DJ business. This includes friends and family members. Eventually, someone in their circle will be looking for a DJ. Just like that, a door to the world of wedding DJ gigs has opened.
STEP 2: Work Various Types of Events
We as wedding DJs only get one shot to get it right. Therefore, a wedding couple is going to be meticulous with their wedding vendors selection. You have to show that you have the experience and knowledge of weddings. You must prove to a wedding couple that you are one of, if not the best option. To garner proof, you have to hone your skills and your resume. This means working tons of private and public events. When you are just starting out as a wedding DJ, you can’t be picky. Instead, now is the time to seize every opportunity that you are given. Reach out to local schools and inquire about providing entertainment for their upcoming dances. Make inquiries with the city council about performing at community events at special rates. There are local businesses everywhere in which to offer DJ services for their holiday parties or events. As you crush these events, ask your clients to leave you feedback and 5 star reviews on Yelp, Google, Wedding Wire, and The Knot. All of this social media love will help to put your name out there and grow your network.
STEP 3: Get Into Working Weddings
Once you have built a nice portfolio of various events, you want to break into doing wedding DJ gigs. The best way to get into the wedding DJ business is through past clients.6 degrees of separation and someone you’ve worked for knows someone who is having a wedding. If you provided outstanding service before and during the event, your client will be more than happy to refer you. The next tool is connecting with other wedding and event professionals. When you join a vendor network like ABC or WIPA, this will be tantamount to your wedding DJ business. Vendor networks throw multiple event mixers throughout the year. Continuously showing your face and having general conversation will bring about inquiries and leads from other wedding professionals. This is not the time to be shy. This is the time to grow your business.
STEP 4: Market Your Wedding DJ Business
Marketing is the fourth step to boosting your wedding DJ business. Similarly, it is the final step in how to get wedding DJ gigs. By showcasing your brand, you will ultimately elevate your business. We won’t dive too much into SEO, but having a fast and functional website will not only please wedding couples, but the almighty Google as well. Social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook where you can post your work will keep you relevant with followers. There are too many to name, so I will exclaim Get your wedding DJ business out there! Run ads on Google & Instagram. Subscribe to vendor lists on popular wedding wedding blogs. Wedding couples often seek wedding blogs for inspiration as they plan their wedding. Sites like WeddingChicks.com, JuneBugWeddings.com, and StyleMePretty are just a few that have vendor lists you can become a part of.
Go Get Those Wedding DJ Gigs!
In summary, booking wedding DJ gigs doesn’t have to be rocket science. I hope this article has helped. I’ve been DJing various events since 2001. I started DJing weddings in 2005. That isn’t to say that it took me 4 years to get a wedding. That is to say, I just didn’t know how easy and lucrative they were. Now that you know, set your wedding DJ price, get out there, and get those wedding dance floor jump!