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Christmas and Holiday party Games      
       Are you looking for some fun DJ games to spice up your Christmas or Holiday staff parties and liven up the atmosphere? We have compiled a list of some of the most interesting Holiday party games that are great as ice breakers or just for a few laughs. These games are all X-mas themed but most can be adapted to fit other types of parties as well such as Buck and Does, birthdays, etc.


25 Christmas Party Game Ideas
 

  1. Christmas White Elephant Gift Exchange
    What Christmas party would be complete without a white elephant game? This is a party pleaser, doubles as a party favour, all while allowing you to get rid of some poor unloved item in the hopes of getting something you will love, or at least tolerate.

    Getting the gifts: Be sure all participants are on the same page. If you plan on having a white elephant game, it might be wise to specify what type of exchange it will be. It can be gag gifts, used items (or the re-gift), pamper me gifts, etc. If the gifts are to be purchased set a price limit to keep things fair.

    To play, one person goes first and play passes clockwise from them around the circle. The players turn consists of selecting and opening a wrapped gift, or stealing a gift that has been opened by a previous player. If your gift is stolen you open a new gift or take one from another player. (You can't take the gift that was stolen from you back) .When all the gifts are open, and play reaches the first player, a new round begins. Play continues around the circle with each player having one chance to steal a gift or keep the one they already have. Each gift can only be stolen twice. The third person to take it gets it, period.
    Note: this is a great game, but not for young children, especially those who are still in the phase of "if I touched it once, it's mine forever". Suggested age group for this game is 10 and up.
     
  2. Life-Size Gift Wrap
    Make teams of 2 where each team has access to bows, wrapping paper, tissue, ribbons and tape. The objective is to wrap your partner in a certain amount of time (2 or 3 minutes should be fine). The teams are all judged and the best wrap job is the winner.

    If your guests aren't crazy about becoming Christmas Tree goodies, another option would be to have the same game using regular Christmas gifts that need to be wrapped.
     
  3. Christmas Ice Busters
    The Goal is to be the first person to find someone who has done each item on the list... or just use it as a Christmas Party icebreaker!

    Guest's Name  ____________________________

    1. Never has had a "White Christmas" _______________________________

    2. Has celebrated Christmas in another country _____________________

    3. Returned a gift s/he received last Christmas _______________________

    4. Has seen a real, live reindeer ___________________________________

    5. Believed in Santa Claus until s/he was 10 years old) _______________

    6. Loves the Christmas song "What child is this?" _____________________

    7. Has been to Bethlehem ____________________________________________

    8. Went Christmas caroling last year _________________________________

    9. Has peaked at a present before Christmas ________________________

    10. Still gets his/her own stocking filled each year__________________

    11. Has all his/her Christmas shopping done ______________________

    12. Hasn’t done any of his/her Christmas shopping yet ________________

    13. Has never seen "It’s a Wonderful Life" ___________________________

    14. Has seen "It’s a Wonderful Life" too many times ____________________

    15. Has "re-gifted" a Christmas present ______________________________

    16. Knows all the reindeers names __________________________________

    17. Has never made a snowman __________________________________

    18. Knows what s/he is getting for Christmas this year ________________

    19. Has made "figgy pudding" at least once ____________________________

    20. Doesn’t like eggnog ______________________________________
     
  4. Christmas Carol Brain Teaser
    The following words are alternate titles for several well-known Christmas Carols. Can you figure out the proper title?
    1. Quadruped with Crimson Proboscis.     _________________________________________
    2. Eight P.M. to six A.M. Without Noise. _________________________________________
    3. Minuscule Hamlet in the Near East.       _________________________________________
    4. Ancient Benevolent Despot.                   _________________________________________
    5. Adorn the Vestibule.                               _________________________________________
    6. Exuberance Directed to the Planet.         _________________________________________
    7. Listen: Aerial Spirits Announcing.         _________________________________________
    8. Trio of Monarchs.                                  _________________________________________
    9. Yonder in a Hay Rack.                           _________________________________________
    10. Cherubim Audited from Aloft.            _________________________________________
    11. Assemble, Everyone Who Believes.    _________________________________________
    12. Hallowed Past Meridian.                     _________________________________________
    13. Fantasia of Colorless December 25.    _________________________________________
    14. Tin Tinniculations.                              _________________________________________
    15. A Dozen Twenty-Four Hour Yule Periods.                 _________________________________________
    16. Befell During the Transparent Bewitching Hour.         _________________________________________
    17. Homo Sapien of Crystallized Vapor.                            _________________________________________
    18. Desire a Pair of Incisors on December 25.                    _________________________________________
    19. I Spied My Maternal Parent Osculating.                      _________________________________________
    20. Perambulating Through A December Solstice Fantasy._________________________________________
     

    Answers:
    1. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 11. O, Come All Ye Faithful
    2. Silent Night 12. O Holy Night
    3. Oh Little Town Of Bethlehem 13. I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas
    4. Good King Wencelas 14. Silver Bells
    5. Deck the Halls 15. Twelve Days of Christmas
    6. Joy to the World 16. It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
    7. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 17. Frosty the Snowman
    8. We Three Kings 18. All I want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth
    9. Away in a Manger 19. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
    10. Angels We Have Heard on High 20. Walking in a Winter Wonderland

  5. Christmas Movie Mix-Up
    Rules: Match the Christmas movie to the description

    1 It’s A Wonderful Life   A A little boy dreams of owning a Red Rider BB gun and sets out to convince the world this is the perfect gift. But along the way, he runs into opposition from everyone, even Santa Claus himself.
    2 Scrooged   B A little girl finds a reindeer with an injured leg, and hides it in her barn and feeds it cookies, until she can return it to Santa.
    3 Fred Claus   C When a man inadvertently kills Santa on Christmas Eve, he finds himself magically recruited to take his place.
    4 Prancer   D An eight year-old, who is accidentally left behind while his family flies to France for Christmas, has to defend his home against a pair of bumbling burglars.
    5 The Nightmare Before Christmas   E After a barn fire leaves a little boy mute, Santa gives him a calf for Christmas, who has a secret desire to fly like Santa’s reindeer, and their friendship shows what it really means to love.
    6 Elf   F On the Christmas Eve of 1914, in the Western Front in France in World War I, the Scottish, the German and the French troops declare an unauthorized truce and share moments of peace and friendship in No Man’s Land.
    7 The Bishop’s Wife   G Billy is not having a good Christmas. When he tells his little sister that there is no Santa, she makes a wish that it would be Christmas every day, and now he has to relive Christmas Day over and over again.
    8 The Polar Express   H A cynically selfish TV executive gets haunted by three spirits bearing lessons on Christmas Eve.
    9 Annabelle’s Wish   I Mary, an ailing widow, hires a family of caretakers in time for the holidays, and they find themselves unraveling a mysterious secret.
    10 Christmas with the Kranks   J Jack stumbles upon Christmastown and decides to kidnap Santa Claus, then takes it upon himself to deliver some alternative gifts to unsuspecting children.
    11 A Christmas Story   K One family’s plans for a big family Christmas predictably turn into a big disaster.
    12 How the Grinch Stole Christmas   L A misfit reindeer and his friends look for a place that will accept them.
    13 Joyeux Noel   M An angel helps a compassionate but despairingly frustrated businessman by showing what life would have been like if he never existed.
    14 Chasing Christmas   N A living snowman and a little girl struggle to elude a greedy magician who is after the snowman's magic hat.
    15 Miracle on 34th Street   O When a young boy doubts there is a Santa Claus, he embarks on a journey of self-discovery which shows him that the wonders of life never fade for those who believe.
    16 The Santa Clause   P Father Time sends Santa a message telling him that the baby new year, Happy, is missing! And without the baby new year, it'll remain the old year forever. Santa enlists a trusted friend to help.
    17 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer   Q A fast-talking repo man goes to the North Pole to earn the money he needs by working in Santa's Toy Shop. The trouble is that he isn't exactly elf material and cut out for creating toys and spreading good cheer.
    18 Christmas Every Day   R In a world where the holidays are run by the efficient Bureau of Yuletide Affairs, a bitter and burned-out Ghost of Christmas Past decides to go AWOL while on a mission and leave his target stranded in 1965.
    19 White Christmas   S A mean-spirited miserly old man rejects holiday visitors and good tidings with bitterness and venom, until he is visited by other worldly figures who take him on a journey of understanding.
    20 The Christmas Box   T After inadvertently wreaking havoc due to his large size, a man raised at the North Pole is sent to the U.S. in search of his true identity.
    21 Rudolph’s Shiny New Year   U A miserable conman and his partner pose as Santa and his Little Helper to rob department stores on Christmas Eve, but they run into problems when they befriend a troubled kid, and their plot is discovered.
    22 National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation   V With their daughter away, her parents decide to skip Christmas altogether until she decides to come home, causing an uproar when they have to celebrate the holidays at the last minute.
    23 Home Alone   W Inside a snowflake, like the one on your sleeve, there happened a story you must see to believe, about a supreme scheme to end, the sentiment and materialism trend, that he just could not pretend.
    24 Bad Santa   X A successful song-and-dance team become romantically involved with a sister act and team up to save the failing Vermont inn of their former commanding general.
    25 Frosty the Snowman   Y Henry has been working for months on an elaborate new cathedral which he hopes will be paid for primarily by a wealthy, stubborn widow. An angel is sent to help him, but his guidance is not necessarily what he wanted.
    26 A Christmas Carol   Z When a nice old man who claims to be Santa Claus is institutionalized as insane, a young lawyer decides to defend him by arguing in court that he is the real thing.

    Answers: 1 M   10 V   19 X
      2 H   11 A   20 I
      3 Q   12 W   21 P
      4 B   13 F   22 K
      5 J   14 R   23 D
      6 T   15 Z   24 U
      7 Y   16 C   25 N
      8 O   17 L   26 S
      9 E   18 G      

  6. What’s In Your Stocking?
    1. Take a soft Christmas stocking and fill it with holiday items. Guests will need to feel the items from the outside of the stocking, so make sure it is one that is “squishy” such as a knit or felt.
    2. Use items such as candy cane, glass ball ornament, pine cone, candle, jingle bell, mitten, scotch tape, ribbon, small square of wrapping paper, holly, etc.
    3. Count the number of objects you have.
    4. Tie the stocking closed on the top to prevent peeking!
    5. During the party, pass the stocking around the room and give everyone a piece of paper.
    6. Tell your guests how many objects are in the stocking and have them write down all of their guesses.
    7. Have them pass their paper to the person on their left.
    8. Pull out the objects one by one.
    9. After you are finished, have guests call out funny answers that people made.
    10. The guest with the most correct is the winner!

       Tips:
         - You can use large thermal socks if you don’t have a knit or felt Christmas stocking to use.
         - Do a test first. Put the objects in the stocking and make sure after feeling, that you can mostly guess the objects are.
         - Have a couple small prizes handy for the winner!
     

  7. Pictionary Of Carols
    1. Get an oversized tablet of paper and an easel. Don’t forget a thick marker!
    2. Write the names of Christmas carols on individual strips of paper and put them in a Santa hat.
    3. Divide your guests into teams. You may use as many teams as you want, but remember you don’t want those not guessing to be bored, so limit your number of teams. Two to four teams seems to work the best.
    4. One person starts by picking a paper out of the hat. This person does not show this paper to anyone but begins drawing what he/she believes depicts the carol in question while the rest of his/her team members begin guessing.
    5. Someone on another team is the time keeper.
    6. The person has one minute to draw. If his team does not guess it in the designated time. All the other teams get one guess. If another team gets it, they get the points.
    7. Points are allotted for correct guesses. You designate the point structure.

        Tips:
          - Make sure the easel is set up so that all guests can see what is being drawn from wherever they are seated.
          - A possible point system might be 5 points if your team guesses in 1 minute, 1 point if another team guesses it afterwards
     
  8. Snowball Toss
    Divide the group into teams each team forms a line. Place a 2 taped markers on the floor a few feet from the teams. Give each team a bag of marshmallows (large, not the mini size). The first team member in line stands behind the tape marker. On "Go" the 2nd one in line takes a turn trying to "catch" a marshmallow in their mouth. Once a team member catches a marshmallow, they get out of line. The team that finishes their line first wins.
     
  9. Oh Christmas Tree
    For this game you need green construction paper. Give everyone a chance in attempting to rip a sheet of green construction paper (behind their back) into the shape of a Christmas tree (they cannot look at their trees until finished). Once they've finished ripping, and before they look, give them little stickers to decorate their tree with. Once all done, hang everyone's tree up and have everyone judge for the best looking tree.
     
  10. Kiss it Relay
    Place a large bowl of Hersey's kisses on a table. Divide your group into two teams and have them line up around 10-15 feet away from the table. Give the first people in the row mittens that are slightly larger than they would ever need. On the mark of "Go", the first player of each team runs to the table (with their mittens on), takes a Hershey's kiss out from the bowl and tries unwrapping it with the large mittens. After they unwrap it they have to run down and pop it into the next person's mouth. The next person takes the mittens and runs to the bowl to do the same.
     
  11. Christmas “Minute-To-Win-It”
    This is based on the TV show of the same name. Some minute-to-win-it X-mas game ideas are as follows:

        - See how many marshmallows you can get through the wreath and into the bucket in a minute game
        - Can you stack the cups with one hand in a minute game.
        - How many ornaments can you balance on a yardstick and paper towel tube without it falling over in a minute game.
        - Can you get the red pompom on a string up on your Vaseline covered nose in a minute game.
        - The Nut stacker game.
        - How many ornaments can we hang on the string without using our hands in a minute game.
        - Can you get the cookie from your forehead into your mouth without using your hands in a minute game.
        - Try to open the present with ski gloves on before doubles are rolled.
     

  12. Ornament Guess
    This game can be played in two ways. 1. have guest guess the total number of ornaments on the tree or have them guess the number of themed ornaments on your tree. Santa’s, reindeer, Disney characters, etc…  This game can also be played using a clear large jar or vase with many Christmas ball ornaments of different sizes and colors. Guest try to guess how many ornaments are in the container.

          Tip:
             - Count your ornament before you place them on the tree. The winner is the person closest to the number without going over.
     
  13. Two Truths and a Lie Game
    This is a popular ice breaker game. In the game, a person tell three stories about themselves, two of which are true, and one that is not. The goal of the player is to determine which story is not true. You can play this in a Christmas party setting in a group with the theme topic of “their worst Christmas gift”.
     
  14. What If / Then Game
    Everyone gets in a circle and is given two pieces of paper and a pen. On the first paper each guest writes down any “What If” question. Collect all of those papers into a bowl. Next, pass out the “What If” questions and have each guest write the “Then” answer to that specific question onto their second piece of paper. Have each guest put their “What If” question into one bowl and the “Then” answer into a second bowl. Now it’s time to read them. Have each guest take 1 paper from the “What If” bowl and 1 paper from the “Then” bowl. Take turns going around in a circle and reading the two papers back to back.
     
  15. Ugly Christmas Sweater Party
    Host a Christmas or holiday themed party where all the guests come wearing the most hideous Christmas sweaters they can find. Guests can choose a winner by voting for the tackiest sweater.
     
  16. Santa beard
    Make a big bowl of cotton balls and get a container of Vaseline. Put some Vaseline on the chins of each member of each team (ideally, 2 teams of about 5 people each).
    The first players in line run to the bowl of cotton balls and stick their chins in, trying to get as many to stick to the Vaseline as possible. They run to the back of their line, so the next players can have a turn.
    When everyone on a team has a beard, that team wins.
    As with the other game, be sure to take lots of pictures of everyone wearing their Santa beards. Also have plenty of towels and water to get the Vaseline off.
     
  17. Christmas scavenger hunt
    Create teams and make a list of items they need to return with. If you choose to keep the searching local, either at your home or in the neighborhood, include items like a miniature light string, a piece of holly, a leaf off a poinsettia plant, and the like.

    If you choose to have guests traipse all over town for items, you can have even more fun. You might require them to purchase a holly-decorated box of tissue, or have them provide photo proof that they went down your city's Christmas Tree Lane. Whatever it is, be creative and enjoy the process. People love this game, not only because it reminds them of childhood, but it helps people get to know other party guests they might know that well and it's a game that gets people working together, which can always be fun.
     
  18. Dress Up Santa
    1. Players form into two teams. One player from each team is chosen to dress up as Santa.
    2. Each team is given a jacket, pair of pants and balloons.
    3. On a given signal players are given four minutes to dress Santa and stuff as many balloons as they can into his jacket and pants as possible without bursting any balloons.
    4. The team which has the most balloons stuffed into Santa is the winner.

       Items Required:
         - Two large red jackets
         - Two large red or black pants
         - red and white balloons (blown up)
         - stopwatch
     
  19. Pass the Yuletide Lemon
    1. Each person should bring two gifts. One gift should be to an agreed value (for example, $10) while the other should be worthless (like an old shoe or a used train ticket). The valuable gift should be suitable for males or females of any age, if possible. Both gifts should be wrapped neatly and in a way that disguises them, so no one can tell the difference between a valuable gift and a useless gift.
    2. All gifts are placed together in one pile.
    3. Each person chooses two playing cards from a deck of cards. (If there are more than 26 people, each person receives only one card but there are two rounds in the game.)
    4. The master of ceremonies (MC) shuffles the second deck of cards and picks a card. If someone has the matching card they can choose and immediately open one gift from the pile, but not the one they brought. The MC continues to pick cards one at a time until every player has chosen two gifts.
    Note: There is always the chance that a player will choose two worthless prizes or two valuable gifts. After the game is finished, players may like to swap gifts to make it fair for all players.

        Items Required:
          - Each guest brings two gifts (one valuable and one useless) wrapped neatly
          - two standard decks of cards
     
  20. Christmas Mummy Wrap
    This is the season to wrap Christmas gifts and presents. This team game puts fast wrapping skills to the test! The objective of the Mummy Wrap Christmas game is to cover the 'mummy' from head to foot with toilet paper except for the eyes! The first team to wrap the mummy wins!
     
  21. Blind Man's Buffet
    1. Two players are selected to play this game
    2. One player is selected as the 'waiter' and the other player is the 'diner'
    3. The hands of the 'diner' are tied behind their backs!
    4. Both of the players are blindfold
    5. The players sit on a chair facing each other
    6. The 'waiter' is given a plate of messy food such as spaghetti, baked beans or ice cream
    7. The pair of players have to finish the 'buffet' as quickly as possible - the 'buffet' is timed from the start to completion
    8. The next pair of players are selected to play
    9. The players with the fastest time are the winners!
    Number of Players needed for Blind Man's Buffet
    The number of players required to play Blind Man's Buffet is in pairs but the total number is unlimited.

       Items required:
         - Dish of spaghetti, baked beans or ice cream
         - Spoon
         - Sheet to cover the players (if you feel kind!)
     
  22. Traffic Lights
    Have some fun playing Traffic Lights Game - a great Christmas game for the festive season and holidays. The objective of the Traffic Lights Christmas game is to divide the group into three teams, Red, Orange and Green. All players are then blindfolded and mixed together. Players must try and locate all their team members by shouting out their colour. The first complete team is the winner.

    1. Appoint a non player as a judge.
    2. Divide the group into three teams, Red, Orange and Green.
    3. Blindfold all players.
    4. Get players to mingle around the room.
    5. When the judge begins the game, all players must try and reform their colour team as quickly as possible. This is the noisy part!
    6. The first team to get all their players together is the winner.
     
  23. Shave the Balloon
    1. Every player is given a balloon to blow up
    2. A face with hair, eyes, eyebrows, nose, moustache and beard must be sprayed on the balloon with whipped cream or shaving foam
    3. On the count of three all the players must try to shave their balloon with a butter knife
    4. The first player to shave their balloon, without bursting it, is the winner

        Items required:
          - Balloons
          - Shaving Foam or whipped cream
     
  24. Eggnog Carols
    Pick a Christmas carol and have guests take turns singing lines from the song. One guest begins by singing the first line and others continue by singing the next. If someone messes up or forgets a lyric, they must take a drink.
     
  25. Celebrity Christmas
    The objective is to guess the names of selected celebrities. Any verbal clues are allowed - but the name of the celebrity must not be mentioned, or any direct reference to the name such as "His name begins with a 'B'.

    1. Every Player must write down the names of 5 celebrities on slips of paper, or Post-it notes
    2. The slips of paper are folded and put into a hat
    3. The players are split into two Teams
    4. Each Team selects a person who will give the clues
    5. The clue-giver of the first team picks a Celebrity name out of the hat
    6. The clue giver has one minute to get their team to guess as many celebrity names as possible before time runs out in the first round (there are three rounds)
    7. The clue giver for the other team follows the same rules
    8. The game is played in three rounds
    9. One point is given for every name guessed
    10. One point is deducted if a clues is 'illegal'
    11. The winners are the team who have the most points

        Items required:
           - Pens or pencils
           - Slips of paper or Post-it Notes


 

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"Rob was willing to do what ever was asked of him... and even went the extra mile when he knew it was a theme party he dressed up to fit the theme. Thank you so much Rob, you are worth double what you charge!"
 
     - Judy Harling, Windsor Ontario


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I would rate this service an EASY 10 OUT OF 10!!!!! Thanks so very much again Rob and all the best!"

 
     - Gordon Booth, Hamilton Ontario

"Having Rob "The Music Man" as a part of our celebration made the evening even more enjoyable. Not only was Rob completely professional and extremely polite, but I knew I could trust him in doing a great job. I felt so comfortable knowing that this night was as important to him as it was to us. Your entertainment was great, your music enjoyable and your drive to want to do a good job was complete perfection! Thanks Rob for a great job and I look forward to having you as a part of another one of our celebrations."
 
     - Amber Chalut, Windsor Ontario

"Rob "The Music Man" Salvati, was the DJ at my brother's wedding this summer. He did an amazing job taking requests, and playing music for everyone's tastes.

Rob has a large variety of music to choose from, and he did very well coordinating the evening with my family. He is a reliable DJ, and I would recommend him to DJ at your next special occasion. I know who I'll be calling when I get married!"

 
     - Amy Borland, Essex Ontario



"Rob, Thank you for your patience and of course for the wonderful job you did at the wedding! All of my new sister in-laws from Australia were "blown away". Thanks again!"

 
     - Ruth Krey, Windsor Ontario


"The afternoon and dinner music was great, just what we wanted, couldn't have been better. It added to the festivities. The night music worked in great when the band wasn't playing and you had just what everyone seemed to want. Keep up the great work."

 
     - Hilda Franklin, Wheatley Ontario

"Rob, you really impressed us with your professionalism. You accommodated all of our requests and were so easy to work with. The music was fabulous and we’re still getting compliments on how much fun everyone had on the dance floor. It was packed all night! Thanks again for helping to make our night perfect. We’d recommend you to anyone looking for a great DJ! Thanks again for all your help with our wedding. We really did enjoy the reception and a large part of that was due to you keeping everyone happy and up on the dance floor. Best wishes for your continued success!"
 
     - Tracy and Mark Daignault, London Ontario

"I just wanted to thank you for the great job you did at our wedding. Everyone had a great time and loved the music. They had more fun at our wedding than at most weddings they’ve been to in a long time.

Thank-you for making our day so wonderful. We just wanted to have fun at our wedding and we did. Everyone has told us you did a great job. We’ll recommend you to anyone who asks about a DJ."

 
     - Jennifer & Shane Oltean, Leamington Ontario

"Dear Rob,
Thank you so much for keeping our party going! You are a very talented DJ and it was a great pleasure to have you at our wedding. You did such a wonderful job! All of our guests were raving about how much fun it was and what great music was played. Happy holidays!"

 
     - Laura & Steve Tultz, North York Ontario

"Hi Rob, Jason and I just wanted to thank you so much for your hard work at our reception. You were totally awesome. The music selection was great and we really enjoyed having you as a part of our wedding celebration.

Your professionalism was outstanding especially when it came to filling our MC and music requests on the fly. I will definitely recommend you to anyone who's looking for a DJ for their function. Thanks again"

 
     - Jenn and Jason Krueger, Ruthven Ontario


"Hello Rob,
Thank you very much for everything. Everyone complimented on the music and how well you did it all. Thanks again, and I will make sure to pass on the word..."

 
     - Veronika & Nic Worr, Windsor Ontario


"Hi Rob, thank you for all your hard work at our wedding. We had a great time dancing to the music. Thank you for being our MC. We were very happy with your services and would gladly recommend you to our friends.
Sincerely, Shannon Dickie."

 
     - Shannon Dickie, Amherstburg Ontario


"I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing The Music Man’s entertaining DJ service at several parties that I’ve attended. I have yet to see and hear a DJ that can get the crowd going like this man. I would wholeheartedly recommend this DJ service to anyone and EVERYONE!"

 
     - Ruby Monaco, Leamington Ontario


"Rob! You did a fantastic job! (Especially on such short notice). Everyone had a really great time. You played an awesome mix of music. Maybe we'll see you at our 50th! Thanks for the pictures. If you have anymore, we'd be glad to see them.
Thanks again"

 
     - Sandy & Marc Quenneville, Belle River Ontario