September at Stick It On

September at Stick It On

September at Stick It On…

Well, September at Stick It On was busy with a capital B! We hosted eighteen individual events between Friday 1st and Saturday 30th, covering all our different services. It’s the sort of month that goes by in a blur of playlists, logistics and delivering top quality musical memories for clients. Stick It On was booked in for five corporate events, four weddings and nine birthday parties, often with multiple events on the same day.

We visited a diverse range of venues during the month, including The Madejski Stadium in Reading, the Town Hall Hotel in Bethnal Green and Stanmer House in Brighton. We also hosted a birthday party at a glamping site, a three day event at The Yoghurt Rooms and a wedding party at Fabrica.

September at Stick It On

How many DJs?

Clients included a former professional snooker player, the Happy Start-Up group and friends’ celebrating their joint birthdays. In one month, somewhere in the region of 350 partygoers, conference attendees and wedding guests enjoyed fifteen minutes of DJ fame courtesy of Stick It On. With that many people playing their favourite ‘choons’ the music was as eclectic as you’d expect. The most eye catching set for the month has to go to ‘Bill & Bob’, a groom’s father who chose Happy by PIL and Mop Top and Carlton Touts by Sleaford Mods for his son’s wedding.

Where else other than a Stick It On party can you hear Stevie Wonder, Eagles of Death Metal and Frankie Goes to Hollywood on the same playlist? That’s the beauty of our concept, no two parties are alike, and September’s array of events, venues and musical choices exemplified that.

September at Stick It On

As a little taster of how a Stick It On party sounds, here’s the playlist from Clare & George’s wedding, the first of September’s events:–george-wedding-020917

And for a glimpse of how a Stick It On party looks, here’s the pictures we took at a recent joint 40th birthday party:


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