Now that we’re able to start having in-person events, again, it’s time to plan an epic holiday party! If you’re on your company’s holiday party planning committee, it’s REALLY time to consider booking your holiday party DJ, photobooth, Karaoke, games, or whatever other entertainment you’re considering for your Austin or central Texas holiday party!
People usually start booking their holiday party DJ, photobooth, band, or other entertainment around early September. Once Labor Day passes, it’s like the holiday party brain turns on! We get flooded with calls, emails, and messages, about booking us! We’re always happy to help if we’re open. Secret tip: it’s mid July and if you want to book a great DJ or other entertainment, consider booking before the rush!
Remember, there are only a few weekends to have your holiday party, until Christmas, if you’re doing it in December. We actually book a lot of late November holiday parties, too. This is smart and can save you some money! Want to save even more? Read how you can do that, below. 🙂
Book Your Holiday Party DJ After the Holidays!
You don’t have to book your holiday party before the holidays. We’ve even done holiday parties in mid to late January! Judging by the pictures and attire, you would have never known it was after the holidays! Everyone wore similar attire, there were Christmas decorations, and we even added “holiday party 2019” (and 2018), on the photo booth strips! Clever! We also booked a few January 2020 holiday parties last year, too! (Before Covid).
Perhaps these companies wanted to have a holiday party that celebrates Christmas and Chinese/Lunar New Year, in between both, but we’re not 100% sure. One thing we are sure of is that they saved a TON of money, waiting until after the holiday rush and they didn’t have to compete with others, for a Saturday spot!
The “off-season” is in January and early February, so they likely saved lots of money on the venue and perhaps on their vendor fees, too! It’s a pretty smart move and it allows you to get more for your budget! We’re not trying to persuade you by any means, but we just wanted to let you know that this could certainly be an option.