We’re always on the lookout for great Chicago wedding DJs and bands. We’ll be adding to this page often, so be sure to check back and see who made our list. Note: These Chicago wedding DJs and bands have not paid to be listed here…we are just genuine fans of their work!
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Backthird Entertainment’s goal is to make sure you’re happy AND relaxed on your wedding day, since they know finding the perfect DJ or band can be one of the most stressful parts. From bouquet tosses to cocktail hour to dad’s toast, they will have you coordinated and covered. Backthird offers a variety of music options, including a simple DJ/MC service and pop and jazz trios among others. Check out this awesome version of “Shake it Off” from the group Twin Strings, below.
Music by Design
Music by Design wants to make your wedding anything but a cookie cutter. Entertaining since the early ’90s, the company has three firm beliefs that go into their practice: class, quality, and excellence, ensuring that you won’t get a generic DJ that doesn’t pay attention to your taste.
Take a look at their 200 most requested songs.
Toast and Jam Djs
Toast & Jam is indeed the cutest group of musicians and DJs one could hope for. If you’re not yet sold by the adorable name (and website), they strive to work exclusively with the couple’s requests and have a cheese-meter that will make sure your intros, toasts, and dance floor will be as awesome as you are.
Check out their sample song list here.
Hot Mix Entertainment
For Hot Mix, weddings are all about customization, making sure you get the setlist that is perfect for you. Led by Scott “Smokin’ Silz, an award-winning Chicagoland DJ and lauded personality, Hot Mix definitely has the goods to deliver quality entertainment.
Matt Stedman Band
The Matt Stedman Band has an impressive background, having performed internationally at weddings, events, and festivals. Their sold lineup of soloists, trios, and 4-12 piece groups mean you’ll be able to get the sound you’re looking for without having to compromise.