Ultimate Party Professional
A Washington DC native and Military Veteran, DJ Rob Coronado has been following his passion for music and honing his DJ/MC talents for more than 25 years. His DJ career began in 1995 working for The Pros Entertainment in Columbia, Maryland. He received in depth training where he learned the skills needed to Emcee and program music for a wide range of events. A large focus of the training was geared toward successful wedding reception entertainment. In January 1999, Rob won the Pros Entertainment President's Award for his superb customer service. During his time with The Pros he performed at hundreds of wedding receptions and corporate parties. Rob worked for The Pros Entertainment until the Air Force moved him to Idaho in May 2000.
In January 2001, Rob was a regular night club DJ for two years at Coal Pepper Cafe in Mountain Home, Idaho. Rob has a proven format for mixing his music that ensured the dance floor is always packed and everyone enjoys the mix! During his time in Idaho he also continued to perform at wedding receptions and always got excellent feedback from his clients.
He moved to the Seattle area in August 2004 where he continues to perform at venues across Western Washington. His music collection is all digital and very diverse. From mild to wild he can provide exactly what you and your guests are looking for. He keeps his collection current by subscribing to Promo Only which sends out the top radio hits. Your music requests will be bumping thru a top of the line JBL sound system. He has an outstanding light show that includes lasers, sound active LED lighting and a fog machine. Your guests will love the dramatic and electrifying atmosphere! Rob will be a good listener and create your vision of what your special day must be! Rob is the go to DJ for the LGBTQ community. Book the Ultimate Party Professional for your next event now!
Rob is always prompt, responsive, and does a fantastic job managing the crowd and changing songs as needed. We appreciate his hard work in balancing the desires of students and expectations of staff.