Portsmouth wedding DJs with incredible beats

Two men in white tuxedos, hired as wedding DJs in Maine, dancing in the garden.

We deliver precisely
what you’re hoping for

As a leading wedding and event DJ company in the Portsmouth area, we have what it takes to make your occasion absolutely amazing! It all starts with your vision and our expertise. After getting to know you and your event better, you’ll be matched up with just the right DJ/MC.

Hire professional, easy to work with, and always on top of your entertainment questions and needs.

“Our DJ’s experience, skills, and confidence from having done countless weddings really showed, and he delivered precisely what we were hoping for, from start to finish.”

– Cameron K.

Always ready to go with the flow

Just plug in your playlist
and your timeline

Use our handy online portal to manage your event details, timeline and preferred songs. Then we’ll take your info and help you define your event’s structure, key moments, and more. Your occasion will have just the right flow – and all the music that brings you joy and touches your heart.

“Our DJ pulled everything off perfectly, from the ceremony to the last song. The dance floor was packed and he definitely took into consideration what we liked and didn’t like for music!”

– Jackie S.

Maine DJs bringing the celebration to life with lively dancing at a tented wedding in New England.

Lighting makes it a colorful celebration!

What you can expect from The Music Man

We promise peace of mind, a stellar event, and unforgettable memories. Ready to celebrate?

“Some of the best memories from my wedding were made
on the dance floor.”

– Morgan W.

We’re happy to answer your questions

As top-rated Portsmouth NH wedding DJs, we’ve fielded hundreds of questions when it comes to reception entertainment. Here are three we hear often:

Besides playing music, what else does a wedding DJ do? Count on your DJ to develop and execute a reception timeline and share it with key vendors. Your DJ also serves as your MC, keeping your guests informed, from the wedding party’s entrance to your departure.

How many songs should I give to my wedding DJ? There’s no set number of songs. Feel free to share your Spotify playlist or just hit the highlights. A seasoned wedding DJ knows how to seamlessly blend your choices and guest requests with the right dance floor-filling favorites.

Can a DJ also play music for a wedding ceremony? Absolutely. This is an opportunity to add another layer of atmosphere to your wedding. Your DJ can put together a selection of songs and begin playing when the first guests arrive, then take you down the aisle and back.

What you can expect from The Music Man

We promise peace of mind, a stellar event, and unforgettable memories. Ready to celebrate? Just give us a call, drop an email or connect with our contact form to schedule a consultation.

“Some of the best memories from my wedding were made
on the dance floor.”

“Some of the best memories from my wedding were made on the dance floor.”

– Morgan W.

Create lasting memories on the dance floor

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A bride and groom happily pose for a photo in front of a photo booth, capturing the joyous atmosphere created by the experienced Maine DJs providing exceptional DJ services in Maine.

The Perfect Way to WOW Your Guests

Smile, snap, share. A photo booth at your wedding, corporate event, school dance, or milestone party provides entertainment and keepsakes. It’s an ice breaker, a party favor, and a way to promote your corporate brand or commemorate the occasion.

Receive a $200 discount when you add a photo booth package to your DJ service.

Show Portsmouth off to your guests

Check out some of the best activities for your Portsmouth NH wedding guests.

Black Trumpet: Enjoy global-inspired dishes made with fresh New England ingredients at this waterfront restaurant. Black Trumpet is open for dine-in Wednesday through Sunday and takeout Wednesday through Friday and Sunday. Visitors during warmer months can dine outside at one of three tables on the sidewalk of Ceres Street.

Moxy: This stylish restaurant offers a broad menu inspired by the southeast region of New Hampshire. The chef/owner of Moxy is a four-time James Beard Best Chef nominee and a three-time Food & Wine nominee for Best New Chef.

Wild Valentine: Wild Valentine doubles as a cafe and flower shop, offering an opportunity to have an espresso while taking in the sweet aroma of fresh-cut flowers. This unique little shop can help you with floral designs for your wedding as you snack on cinnamon sugar toast.

The Music Hall: If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience, The Music Hall is the place to go. Opened in the late 1800s, this piece of New Hampshire history holds the title of the oldest theatre in the state. Spend an evening watching a stand-up comedy performance, stage play, or concert.

Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club: Jazz and Blues lovers unite! This expertly crafted listening room features excellent acoustics and sound equipment to transport you through some of the most prominent jazz and blues performers around.

Vent Activity Rooms: Opened in 2021 during the pandemic, Vent Activity Rooms stands as a symbol of free expression and artistic exploration. Rent one of the establishment’s splatter rooms, where visitors ages five and up can paint walls and canvases freely. Booking is allowed up to 60 days in advance.

NH Made: This charming little storefront gives new meaning to “shop local.” NH Made encourages community investment by featuring locally produced products, including syrups and home decor. It’s the perfect place to snag a souvenir!

Portsmouth Soap Company: Take in the aroma as you shop for exquisite, hand-crafted soaps made with quality ingredients. Soap varieties include lemongrass, charcoal, and unscented, to name a few.

Treehouse Toys: Nestled in downtown Portsmouth, this charming toy store has offered educational and artistic toys since 1993. Grab a stuffed animal or a book from the shop’s diverse collection.

Prescott Park: In 1930, sisters Josie and Mary Prescott purchased this scenic, ten-acre waterfront land and turned it into a park. Visitors can enjoy numerous garden spaces surrounded by sculptures. Summertime brings colorful flowers and butterflies!

The Warner House: This historic site is one of the oldest brick buildings in the New England region. Admire the early Georgian-style architecture dating back over 300 years. The Warner House is open to guided tours from May through October.

Portsmouth Athenaeum: With fewer than 20 membership libraries left in the U.S., Portsmouth Athenaeum remains a top attraction for book lovers and history buffs. This quaint library is home to over 40,000 manuscripts, photographs, and objects. The library is open to visitors Tuesday through Saturday in the afternoon.

Seacoast Science Center: Science enthusiasts feel at home at Seacoast Science Center. With numerous exhibits and hands-on programs, including plenty of marine science activities, visitors of all ages will walk away knowing a little bit more about the natural world.

Seacoast Repertory Theatre: Enjoy a show at this world-class regional theater and production house. The Rep, as it’s affectionately known, hosts numerous popular stage shows throughout the year.

Pease Golf Course: Hit the links at the seacoast’s most prestigious golf course. Play a round of 18 holes, or try one of the PGA Tour golf simulators. After an afternoon of teeing off, sit down for a nice meal at the course restaurant, Grill 28.

Children’s Day Festival: Held the first Sunday in May, Children’s Day Fest brings more than 10,000 kids together for family-friendly activities. Since 2000, this light-hearted festival has promoted the arts and history of the Seacoast.

Greek Festival: St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church has hosted Greek Fest in Portsmouth every July for nearly four decades. Visitors can enjoy classic Greek dishes like gyros and baklava.

New Hampshire Film Festival: Every October the NH Film Fest brings over 100 film screenings to Portsmouth. A grand jury awards the very best entries across regional, national, and international submissions. Film buffs should mark this one down.

A bride and groom standing on the beach with a veil, accompanied by ME DJs who specialize in New England weddings.

“Being out of state, Jason made the extra effort with many phone calls, emails, and Zoom meetings, making sure our wedding vision would be met.”

– Rachel B.

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