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Wedding DJ no-shows annoy newlywed couples


On the biggest day of their lives, several newlyweds worried about having music for their wedding dance after the DJ they booked and paid for months in advance didn’t show up.

Ruth Zechmann is pissed off by pictures of her wedding dance.

“We talked about the DJ – I can almost guarantee you that when you see the look on my face,” she said.

The bride had paid DJ Jeremy Fields a year earlier.

“An hour before the wedding, he called that he couldn’t attend because of a family emergency.

The same DJ didn’t call Kendra Beller on her wedding day.

“My bridal shower and family had to do all the work to find out,” said Beller, whose reception was postponed 90 minutes to find a last-minute sub.

Most newlyweds had to improvise. A couple had relatives go home, get speakers, and stream Spotify.

Months before the wedding, the DJ signed contracts and took down payments: $ 400 from Zechmann; $ 200 from Beller; and the Vuksons paid him $ 550.

“We paid him to be a DJ and he just never showed up,” said Cole Vukson. “Paid him almost half a grand to do a service and he didn’t.”

The newlyweds do not expect any refunds.

“Maybe an ‘excuse me’ would be good,” said Vuckson. That sounds stupid, but you ruined my day. The least you can do is say ‘Sorry’ and admit it. ”

A Facebook group has more than a dozen couples who got up from All Play Entertainment and Jeremy Fields.

Our calls, SMS and emails to the DJ were not answered. A couple who had sued in a small claims court tried to serve him Thursday, but they said Jeremy Fields did not show up for another Grand Island trial.


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