As you watch the video you can see everyone dancing the Hora around the fire pit. The video shows two examples of games being played. The 2 person tug-o-war is a game we don’t play a lot but boy is it a hit with everyone. At the end of the video, you will see the family testimonial and you will get too see Bruno’s Pharrell inspired hat; I can’t wait till he’s in his 30’s and looks back at that hat :).
We recently handled two Mitzvah’s at the newly renovated Mulholland Tennis Club and both events went great. One was for a cool skater dude named Danny and the other one was for the fun spitfire Sasha. The club itself can be hard to find because it sits near the top of Laurel Canyon on Mulholland Drive, but that’s a plus. It has one of the best views of Los Angeles and the Valley, from its giant glass windows right next to the dance floor. If you’re looking for a location that doesn’t have that tired boring ballroom feel, check out this location and speak to Meagan about all the details. I love the huge dance floor that is right next to the cool sunken bar. This setup keeps your party happening near the dance floor at all times, perfect for any Mulholland Tennis Club Los Angeles DJ.
Danny’s awesome party was filled with the energy that only athletic teenage youths can bring to a rocket-fueled event. My single mom, Allison Stein from Santa Monica, knocked it out of the park with how she handled the whole exhausting day. Here is a tiny slice of that evening.
We have handled 2 other OC Bar Mitzvah’s and one Bat Mitzvah at the El Adobe Restaurant in San Juan Capistrano and each time we have worked here it has been the most amazing time. This is a great place for a Bar Mitzvah, OC Wedding or Holiday Corporate event; it has a ton of room to move around, a huge bar and the very best moment is when a member of the super chill staff, hits the button and the roof opens up to the beautiful night sky, (it really is amazing). The Mexican food they serve is also spectacular, just wished we lived a little bit closer.
Sam was a really great young dude, and he really enjoyed dancing with his friends, family, and getting down with his Orange County Bar Mitzvah DJs. When you watch the video you will see his great choreographed dance opening, a huge crowd filled Hora, and some fun footage of our Tasty Sounds Black Light experience, keep an eye out for some of the cool dance moves that his buds throw down. Mom & Dad, Jennifer and Terry Portnoff where great fun and easy to work with, and we look forward to helping them out with their daughters event in the future. One of the best things parents can do once everything is planned, is just have fun, and if you work with us, that is exactly what you will do.
So I’m still trying to catch up with some of the past parties of 2010, and here is some more footage from a very creative and fun Bat Mitzvah at the Santa Monica Pier. If you familiar with the carousel at the Santa Monica Pier then you know what a cool place this is to have an event, and if your thinking about it, make sure you contact Jim Harris and he will hook you up. Tasty Sounds was picked for this event because Joanne Jellin ” the Grandmother” saw us in 2007 at Marissa Weinberg’s Mitzvah at the Calabasas Country Club and still remembered what a great time she had and wanted the same for Gaby, so we helped bring it all together. A big part of Gaby’s life was her passion for Broadway, Theatre and her friends who are associated with it, and we worked on making sure that we highlighted various moments throughout the evening, which is what a good DJ should do, (it’s not always about the dancing!).