Flobo Boyce

What Weddings in 2020 Are Looking Like

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Since some of the lockdown rules have been eased as we head into the end of the year, I’ve been fortunate enough to head back to work. As a wedding DJ, my job is to give my clients the night they want but also while being mindful of laws, ordinances and venue house rules.

Much like I wouldn’t want to run the risk of ruining a night because of a noise ordinance violation, I want to make sure that I’m compliant in most of social distance requirements set by either venues or the law. What I have noticed is that the house rules tend to vary from event to event, but I typically lean on the side of caution.

I typically carry a least two masks to events: One to set up the gear and one to perform in.

On my table I have bottles of sanitizer gel and sanitizing wipes (for microphones and cables)

I also carry gloves to minimize surface contact.

It takes a bit more prep work on an event day, but it’s the best course of action I can take to protect myself and my clients from transmission.

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