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Good Times Entertainment Helps To Create the Perfect Party

By S. Mathur

With over 250,000 songs in their library, three DJs, twenty years' experience and clients like Disney and MTV, Good Times Entertainment clearly know something about hosting parties. Based in North Hills, CA, Good Times has been around since a group of friends decided back in 1984 that they wanted to be DJs. Owner Scott Christopher fondly recalls his days at LA Valley College making mix tapes for dance parties.

He and his friends wanted to start doing bigger events like fraternity and sorority parties at USC & UCLA. At that time, he was working at a North Hollywood store called Music Plus, which was replaced by Block Buster Music and Video. With a loan for equipment, the 20 percent store discount and Scott's pick of current music hits, they were off and running.

Over the past twenty or so years, Good Times Entertainment has hosted over 3,300 events from bar mitzvahs and corporate events to birthdays and weddings. The team of DJ/MC Event Director Scott Christopher, four employees and 10 sub-contractors produce one-of-a-kind events. Playlists, lighting, and special effects like a dance floor full of bubbles or a low-lying cloud giving the impression of floating, all create a boutique experience.

For all events, clients can specify the music they want to hear during the evening. The Good Times music collection includes music from the 1920s on, so there plenty to choose from, whether you're a traditionalist or a current hits fan. Christopher has his favorites for each type of event.

With their five star ratings from clients, which include DirecTV, Mattel, Facebook, and Sony, Good Times is always in demand and it's a good idea to book ahead. With years of planning experience, the booking experience is streamlined and easy.

"We have our own custom four-page wedding planner and five-page Bar/Bat Mitzvah Planner that we offer to our clients with those events, and ask our other clients for their own music list of their choosing then we perform as mixology artists," Christopher said. There's even a 'Do Not Play' music list.

For those who can't bear to have the party end, the good news is that Good Times DJs will work overtime, beyond the original agreed playtime. The hourly overtime rate is specified on the agreement and can be prorated to the half hour.

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