102 Keys Rd, Cheltenham VIC 3192, Australia
102 Keys Road Cheltenham VI
1300 966 424
Monday 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
About the business
Melbourne's Finest DJs — Woohah DJs
Leading Melbourne DJ agency, specializing in Wedding DJ and Corporate Event DJ services.
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Recent Google Reviews
Arosh and Kylie were absolutely amazing to work with. From every aspect it was perfect. I didn't have to worry about anything, They arranged with the Reception set up, lighting was perfect match to my theme. We gave them our style music and Arosh took care of the rest. Guest loved the mix. So many compliments from the guests, venue and surrounding businesses about how beautiful the lighting was.
WOOHAH DJs was recommended to us by our amazing event planner. It turned out that Arosh was a friends brother! We were more than happy to book him as we knew he would do an exceptional job, and he did! Absolutely loved the template they sent prior, made everything structured and organised. Arosh's Mc skills were personable.. He's just so damn funny! The music was on point - Perfectly catered for our crazy crowd. So much positive feedback from our guests. An amazing night turned into an incredible night thanks to Arosh and WOOHAH DJs!! Thank you so much! Asanka + Sofia 🌸
I have used WooHah DJ's 2 times now and i could not be happier with how everything went. Will always recommend!
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