Coronavirus Impact and How a Top DJ Company Manages Affected Events

The coronavirus pandemic has shaken up the world. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, countries are on lockdowns, people are put into quarantine, schools are shut down, business operations are on halt, and all types of events are canceled or rescheduled until further notice.

The entertainment industry has faced a series of postponement or cancellations of graduations, weddings, Sweet 16s, bar/bar mitzvahs, corporate events, and more. Networks of DJs, MCs, photographers, and other event vendors are feeling the impact more and more while there’s still uncertainty of when this COVID-19 situation will really end.

Still, in spite of this difficult time around the globe, it’s good to be working closely with your clients whom you’ve built relationships with. From long-time clients who you served from their bridal shower to their wedding to their kids birthday party; the company corporate yearly holiday party; your favorite family who you’ve DJed for on different occasions – to those new clients you just connected with but had great vibes from that very first phone call.

According to Supermix Entertainment, one of New York’s top-rated event companies, they truly value every event. They know how much the clients invest in the most special days of their lives, not only financially but more importantly the effort, time, and emotions that go into these events. That’s why whenever they come out for an event, they go with all their heart and expertise to bring their clients the best party experience that they can ever have. And though coronavirus caused their business a lot of trouble, this super team of bilingual DJs, photographers, dancers, MCs, and special effects technicians are always ready to rock it.

They also shared how they are managing their current bookings:

Push through as planned

Because of the way COVID-19 is spread, added measures would be applied before, during, and after the event. This includes good personal hygiene among their staff and sanitation of all their equipment. There would be strict compliance with government guidance, health advisories, and venue protocols. A number of their booked events pushed through and while faced with restrictions and limitations, they were made possible and are overall successful credited to their high awareness of the situation and putting on extra care.

Cancellation

 Even the most carefully put-together events were badly hit. Reasons vary but in the end, rescheduling was not an option. This is the worst case, and hopefully, as things get better and everything gradually and naturally returns to normal, special events will be part of the plans again. Supermix Entertainment is just an email or phone call away to help you make that awesome party happen!

Hold for a future date

They let their clients rebook at no extra cost. Normally, the deposits are non-refundable for any reason of cancellation but this pandemic has been an exemption and the events company made a special arrangement to credit the deposits or full payments for any future date chosen. Some have already picked a new date while they are waiting on the others. Supermix Entertainment and their photo booth partner, 321 Photo Booth have expressed that they would love to be in those special events when they finally push through, and they would give them the best party experience ever, especially after a challenging time.

Virtual Events

To cater to the current demand on virtual events, Supermix Entertainment introduced a new service – virtual DJ parties. It features customized visuals, crowd engagement and games (with MC), live stream in HD on almost any platform like Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube simultaneously in real-time, and a recording of your event. It’s a new and different experience but definitely, just another platform for their company to showcase their skills, expertise, and commitment in bringing superb event entertainment.

To learn more about Supermix Virtual Events pricing and availability, you can visit this page- https://supermixentertainment.com/virtual-events/

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