West Sussex Party DJ and Disco Hire

West Sussex Mobile Disco Hire and Party DJ

If you're looking for a friendly, professional and reliable DJ in West Sussex for your wedding or party then we can provide the perfect disco for your big event! West Sussex is home to many towns and villages which have a very wide range of venues that are the perfect place to host a great party or wedding.

We work all over West Sussex providing a really high quality but affordable mobile Party DJ hire service, so please bear us in mind when looking for a DJ for your event in West Sussex. We are always adding new venues to the towns and surrounding areas below so if you need to find the perfect place to have your mobile disco follow the links below to check out the venue's we've listed. If you know of any other venue's in West Sussex which are suitable for parties that we haven't listed yet do please let us know so we can add them.

Freak Out provides a premium mobile disco hire service in and around West Sussex for birthday parties, weddings, anniversary parties, engagement parties, christening parties and corporate functions, using the best professional sound and lighting equipment. Please take a look around our website for full details or give us a call.


Sussex has produced more than its fair share of DJ's and popular Musicians

Guitarist Martin Quittenton co-wrote Rod Stewart's UK number one hits You Wear It Well and Maggie May.

In the 1970s a field outside Worthing hosted Phun City, the UK's first large-scale free music festival and the Brighton Dome hosted the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest that propelled ABBA to worldwide fame.

The Cure formed in Crawley, beginning their long career in gothic indie rock

In the 1980s The Popguns became one of the best-known bands and These Animal Men achieved some fame as part of the so-called New wave of new wave and The Levellers began their careers merging folk with punk music. Brett Anderson and Mat Osman from Haywards Heath helped form Suede in 1989 and were hailed as "the best new band in Britain", winning the 1993 Mercury Prize for their debut album Suede and kick-starting the Britpop movement.

Guitarist Richard Durrant also began his career in the 1980s. The house music of DJ John Digweed also rose to prominence in the 1980s. The 1990s saw an increase in bands from Sussex including Keane, whose debut album Hopes and Fears won a Brit Award and a Mercury Prize nomination, The Feeling, Toploader and Clearlake. Phats & Small also achieved some success in dance music.

The 21st century saw an increase in popular bands from Sussex, and Brighton in particular, as well as seeing the formation of the Brighton Institute of Modern Music, in collaboration with the University of Sussex. Popular artists include Ed Harcourt, whose 2001 album Here Be Monsters was nominated for a Mercury Prize, British Sea Power (nominated for a Mercury Prize for Do You Like Rock Music?), The Go! Team (nominated for a Mercury Prize for Thunder, Lightning, Strike), The Kooks, The Electric Soft Parade (nominated for a Mercury Prize for Holes in the Wall), The Ordinary Boys, The Pipettes, Brakes, Architects, Blood Red Shoes and Dead Swans. 2005 Mercury Music Prize winner Antony Hegarty, whose band Antony and the Johnsons won with I Am a Bird Now was born and grew up in Chichester. In 2002, Brighton-based Norman Cook (aka Fatboy Slim) held a concert on Brighton beach, attended by 250,000.

Since 2006, Brighton has been home to a major festival of new music, The Great Escape Festival. Hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks released their first album in 2011 and as of May 2012 had sold over 1 million singles and over 600,000 albums in the UK. DJ Fresh achieved two number one UK singles in 2012 including the first from the genres of dubstep and drum and bass. Conor Maynard's debut album Contrast reached number one in the UK album charts in 2012.

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