64 Carter Rd, Nambour QLD 4560, Australia

Entertainment

(07) 5476 3337

http://www.ozmusicent.com.au/

Open Hours

Monday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM


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OZ Music Entertainment

About the business

Wedding Dj Sunshine Coast | Wedding Dj Brisbane | Wedding Dj Gympie | Oz Music Entertainment

Oz Music Entertainments provides you with a professional service using high quality industry recognised equipment giving you a great night�s entertainment for a reasonable price, and have been since 1980. Although Based on Queensland�s Sunshine Coast, Oz Music regularly performs in Brisbane and cooloola region for private and corporate clients and happily services most of south east Queensland, from Hervey Bay to the Gold coast to Toowoomba for private, corporate, schools and hospitality clients.

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Sue Smith
Peter from Oz music was my DJ at my 80's themed disco night, held in the Aussie world Pub. Wow what a night - many of my guests left saying it was the best party they had ever been too ! Peter was certainly a big part of making this night so successful. Peter isn't just a DJ, he did all the little stuff in between - sourcing a disco ball and installing it ! Making a themed video stream for the TV monitors in the venue, creating atmosphere with the lighting and smoking machines, having a microphone for speeches and doing announcements - he was fabulous. Not to mention the music - Peter is very professional, the sound quality was great and prior to the night, I was able to enter play lists in the website along with a time schedule sheet for the event which made things run like clock work. I must also say that when I was organizing this event I had booked another venue, not knowing or understanding anything about music restrictions. It was Peter who pointed out that the music level at the venue was not loud enough for a disco, not that the venue disclosed this. Apparently is a trap that many fall into - so here's what a learnt - 70Db is not a disco sound, 90Db is getting there but not great, over 100Db is acceptable for a disco sound. The Aussie World pub has a 104 Db noise level and let me tell you it rocks ! A heart felt "Thank you" Peter for making my 50th Birthday memorable.
Marina Melano
Loved Peter from the time we met, so easy to get along with. On the night he played all the music we requested and was a great MC. Thanks Peter for making the night great, everyone commented on the music.

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