Maui Beats is your Maui Wedding DJ. We won multiple Wedding Wire’s Couples Choice awards, putting us at top 5% of the nations wedding vendors! We provide DJ’s, Bands, Hula, Fire dancers, Performers, Theme Parties, Uplighting & more.
“We (and our guests!) loved having Maui Beats as our Maui Wedding DJ. They had an amazing variety of music at their disposal and had everyone (I mean EVERYONE) dancing the night away!”
Crystal & Robert 3/27/2015
“Maui Beats made the evening 110% about my husband and I. We could not be more grateful and highly recommend them as a DJ for any event! Thank’s to our Maui Wedding DJ for making our night memorable!”
Bethany & Kyle 5/6/2016
“Maui Beats was such a pleasure to deal with and was really accommodating with our song choices and set up. They always got back to me quickly if I had any questions. I found Maui Beats to be really reliable & easygoing, not to mention their great mixing skills.”
Anna & Dave 8/24/2015
Why book a Maui Wedding DJ?
What’s a wedding reception without a some music!? The First Dance, Father/Daughter, Mother/Son, and dollar dances are all fairly traditional elements of most wedding receptions. Now I’m not saying it’s impossible to dance without music, but it’s pretty tough! A wedding DJ will get your guests, from the tiny toddlers to grandma and grandpa, out on the dance floor groovin’ the night away. So if you want to make your wedding a blast, book one of Maui Beats wedding DJs today!
Do you have a microphone we can use?
How does payment for your services work?
We have a video/slideshow at our event. Can they plug into your system for sound?
Yes. Provided they have an RCA, XLR, or 1/4″ connection and a cable long enough to reach from their video player to my console.
Most video companies we have come across have had the right connections and enough cable. It never hurts to ask.
Do you have karaoke?
Can we hook up a karaoke unit to your system?
We’re also having a live band/solo music artist. Can they plug into your system?
Normally, bands come with their own set of amps and speakers.
Sometimes it’s just a one-piece guitarist or two-piece duet that travel light. Sometimes it’s a big group. We don’t carry the right equipment for mixing down a huge band so it all depends on what the artists’ needs are. Sometimes we can, sometimes we can’t. And as long as they watch their levels for distortion and have good on-stage etiquette, it should be okay.