Are you looking for the right Disc Jockey for your holiday / Christmas party?  Consider Mixmaster DJ Service


* Any consultations needed for the planning of your event
* All emcee activities and coordination throughout your festivity
* Music library of 1,000's of songs spanning from the 40's through the hits of today
* FREE holiday games and skits from the list below (if desired)
* Properly dressed for your occasion
* Professional Sound & Light Shows
* Wireless microphone system (great for presentations and speeches)
* Much Much More

Call Mixmaster DJ Service for more details on how we can customize your party the way you want it!

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You may choose to add any of the following options to your festivity

* Media Coverage
* Party Kits
* Hitmix Music Bingo (Great for parties of 100 guests or less)
* Uplighting
* Monogram
* Video projector for any video presentations

Media coverage is included in all packages.  Call for pricing on all of our other options

* Choose any or all of the games or skits from our list below to add to your party
* Remember all games and skits must be determined prior to event date
* Add party kits to your party
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Golden Star Game

Object - Each guest receives one gold star as they arrive at party.  Mixmaster DJ Service will make announcements that everyone is to participate and the object is to have each guest try obtain as many gold stars throughout the party as possible.  The winner is determined later in the party to the guest who has collected the most golden stars

There are three ways to obtain a gold star throughout the party

1.  Words - There will be three forbidden words guests can not use at the party (such as holiday or party etc.).  If a guest uses one of the forbidden words and another guests hears them using one of the forbidden words they must surrounded one star to the person who caught the guest saying one of the words

2. By participating in games and also more stars awarded to the winners of the games

3. We randomly ask for unique items (such as a $2 bill)

This game is great for parties under 100 guests
Holiday Gift Box Guessing Game

Items needed: 1 gift wrapped box full of approximately 20 - 30 small holiday items (such as stocking stuffer items). Box and items provided by contracting party.

Object - During the cocktail / dinner hour guests are to guess what is in the wrapped box.  The person who correctly guesses the most items is the winner and wins whatever is in the box

Holiday Trivia

A classic game where contestants such as tables vs tables compete on trivia questions about the holidays
Door Prizes / Centerpiece Giveaway

 - Centerpiece Giveaway Skit - Pass the dollar bill
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If you have prizes or centerpieces to give away we have two fun ways to give them away.

1.  Pass the dollar bill skit
2.  Wright Family Poem skit
3.  Holiday Poker

Santa's Gift Exchange Game - Group Gift Exchange

Guests form a circle on the dance floor.  Each guest is given a gift.  Through a series of questions guests are asked to pass the present they are holding to either their right or left.  At the end of the game each guest will be holding a different present and wins the present as a prize
* Raffle dance
* Spot Light Dance
12 Songs Of Christmas

OBJECT – This is a table vs table game.  Holiday / Each table is supplied with a answer sheet.  Christmas song samples are played.  As a group (table) they are to decide the song title and artist and place their answers on the spaces provided.  A point is given for both the correct song title and artist.  The table that correctly answers the most wins the contest

Santa's Gift Exchange Game
This game is designed when there are lots of gifts / presents to pass out replacing calling a number or name and having the winner come up and claim a prize


Guests to make a big circle on the dance floor and pass presents in a random order to see who gets what present.

  • Guests form a circle on the dance floor sitting in a chair

  • Each guest is holding a present

  • Questions are asked, and if the contestant qualifies he/she stands up and passes the present in the direction associated with the question.

  • If the guest does not qualify for the question they remain seated and do not pass the present

  • After the last question is asked what ever present the guest is holding keeps that present

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Holiday Pinata Game
(Pinata and prizes provided by contracting party)
- Holiday Pinata Game
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OBJECT - Teams are assembled to answer holiday trivia questions.  If the contestant from the team correctly answers the holiday trivia question, then they are blindfolded and get a chance to swing at the piñata full of prizes.  If the break the piñata the whole team wins the prizes inside the piñata.  If they incorrectly answer the question then a new round is started with each team getting a chance to answer the next trivia question.

Holiday Musical Chairs / Scavenger Hunt

- Holiday Musical Chairs / Scavenger Hunt
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This is a twist to the classic game "musical chairs"

Object - There is no limit to the number of contestants for this game.  Chairs are placed in a row on the dance floor.  The object is for when a item is called out load, contestants are to go into the audience find the item then return to find a chair.  Of course each round chairs are eliminated and the winner is determined by the last contestant remaining

Holiday Musical Chairs / Scavenger Hunt Dress Up
Music Chairs / Scavenger Hunt Dress Up - Variation is items called our are items guests wear (such as a tie etc.)
Holiday Price Is Right

Object - This is a table vs table game.  Guests at each table are to visit the displayed items which were are on display.  Guests are given an itemized list and a place to write down the price for each item displayed.  Guests are to write down what they believe is the actual retail price without going over for each item.  The team / table that correctly guesses the most items wins  (Items provided by contracting party)
Holiday Let's Make A Deal - Building The Tallest Christmas Tree

- Holiday Let's Make A Deal - Building The Tallest Christmas Tree
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Object - Teams to win as many cups as possible through holiday trivia and "Let's Make A Deal".  Once teams have collected as many cups as they can, they must then use those cups to build the tallest Christmas tree. 

There are three steps to this game

Step 1 - 2 teams of 4 are assembled.  Each team member is given a holiday trivia question. If they get the answer correct they win three plastic cups.  If they incorrectly answer their trivia question they only receive two plastic cups.  After all contestants from both teams have been asked a trivia question we then proceed to step two.

Step 2 - Each contestant has a choice of either keeping their cups or going to the "Let's Make A Deal" board.  Here they can take a chance and win more cups than they already have or they can lose cups. 

Step 3 - Once all contestants have played "Let's Make A Deal" teams then combine their cups to build tallest Christmas tree
Holiday Him / Her Game

- Holiday Him / Her Game
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This is a short comical game played where Mixmaster DJ Service asks couples a series of questions about each other on topics of Christmas / Holidays.  Each couple is placed with their backs to each other and given a "her" and a "him" sign.  Questions are asked and each person holds up either the appropriate sign to answer the questions as to who they feel is the correct answer. Score is kept and the couple that has both people answer the most questions correctly together is the winner
Santa's Workshop

- Santa's Workshop Game
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It's time to load Santa's sleigh so Santa has asked his elves for some help

Object - To toss presents into Santa's sack.  2 teams of 5 are assembled, and one person per team is designated as the head elf and stands on the one side of the room.  The other 4 members stand on the other side of the room.  Their goal is for one at a time 4 members to toss presents into Santa's sack.  If team members successfully toss a present into Santa's sack they get to pick a concealed slip of paper with stars on them.  If they pull out a star they are to place the star on the playing board (see photo).  Their object is to place the stars in each slot spelling "happy holiday".  Beware as there are many surprises on the slips of paper to make the game more interesting and fun.  The first team that successfully places stars in all the happy holiday slots wins
Holiday Name That Tune

Object - To have teams compete against each other  guessing short takes of holiday and various songs.  Mixmaster DJ Service will play a sample of a song.  The team must guess the name of the song.  After 5 rounds the team who correctly guesses the most songs will be the winner.

Frosty The Snowman

- Frostie The Snowman
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Object - Teams are chosen and then each team is to designate one person to be “Frosty the Snowman”.  Teams are provided with basic materials to create the best looking snowman (toilet paper, colored paper, markers, scissors, and tape).  Teams are also encouraged to go into the audience and find additional items to help decorate frosty.   The object is to create the best frosty the snowman and the winner will be determined by judging from the audience.  There is a time limit to this contest so teams must move quickly.  Holiday music is played during this skit.  This skit is great for department or shift vs shift etc.  

My Boss The Christmas Tree

- My Boss The Christmas Tree
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Object - Teams (great for department vs. department or employee vs. bosses) are given sacks of tree trimmings (supplied by Mixmaster DJ Services as well as any holiday items found in the room) i.e.: ribbon, tinsel, bows, candy canes, garland, etc.  Teams must decorate one member of the group as a Christmas tree and at the end of the skit the audience judges for the best decorated "tree".  There is a time limit so teams must decorate quickly.  Christmas music is played while teams decorate

Holiday Rock Star Karaoke

- Rock Star Karaoke
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Volunteers are asked to choose a holiday or any song to perform for the audience.  Three judges are selected and rate the performance on a scale of 1-5.  The group with the highest rating wins the contest.  This can be an individual or many guests can participate at the same time.

Reindeer Antlers Game
- Reindeer Antlers Game
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Each team receives one pair of pantyhose and 8 balloons.

Object - When the game begins, teams have to blow up all 8 balloons and stuff the balloons into the pantyhose legs (4 in each leg). Once completed, someone from their team must tie the pantyhose on their head to look like antlers and then they have to sing the first verse of “jingle bells”. First team to finish wins.

Stuffing Santa - Santa's Little Helpers

- Stuffing Santa
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Object - To create the perfect jolly ole Santa

To begin the game 2 teams are assembled with three members per team.  Each team is to designate one person to be Santa and the others to be his helpers (Santa's helpers).  Mixmaster DJ Service will provide each team with 1 jumbo red suit (to be worn by the designated Santa) and balloons to be given to Santa's helpers.  Teams are challenged to blow up as many balloons in a short period of time and stuff them into the red suit.  The team that stuffs the most balloons in the suit in the short period of time is the winner but beware there is another twist to this game to spice it up even more!
Stuffing The Stocking (AKA Categories)

Object – To assemble as many teams as possible.  Each team picks out a piece of paper out of the bowl which is provided.  Each piece of paper will have a theme on it.  The object is to go find items in the room that best describe the theme in which they have picked.  Items can come from either the room or guests who are attending the celebration and are not on any of the teams.  Teams are asked to "show and tell" their top 5 items for audience judging.  The items found are items that can be found in a stocking.  The team that best represents their theme is the winner.

7 Days Of Christmas

- Lucky 7's Game
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We’ve changed the 12 days of Christmas to 7 days of Christmas for this skit.  (7 is a lucky number)

Object - First we gather as many teams as possible but each team must have exactly 7 members (that’s how we got the name 7 days of Christmas).  Each team is provided with 7 pieces of paper.  On each piece of paper there is a number on it (for example the first piece has the number 1 on it.  The second has the number 2 on it etc.)   The object is that a series of scrambled numbers will be read out load.  The team must get in the order of the number that was announced. For example when the number "7-6-5-4-3-2-1" is announced, teams must then line up in that order with each person holding the proper number.  The first team that gets in order of the number which was read out load is the winner.  Several rounds are conducted and each round has a different series of scrambled numbers.  The team who wins the most rounds is the grand champion, but beware as there are many surprises and twists to this skit

Jukebox Eliminator

 - Jukebox Eliminator Game
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Object - To be the last one eliminated.  Colored hula hoops are placed in a circle on the dance floor.  Contestants step from hula hoop to hula hoop while music is being played.  Every few seconds the song stops and another song comes on describing a color (like Yellow Submarine).  If you are standing in the hula hoop with the color that the song describes you are eliminated.  The last one not eliminated is the winner.
Be sure to contact Mixmaster DJ Service prior to your party about any of our games and skits you would like conducted at your next party
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