Want to help rock the experience for our clients? Specifically Wedding Couples on their special day? Event Assistants, DJs, Camera Crew, Lighting Techs, Audio Techs, Photo Booth Assistants, Setup Assistants, positions all available. Have fun making with your weekend job! Call or email your resume today if you apply to (any or all): 

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Wedding Formalities, When To Do Them | Getting Creative With Your Wedding Reception

Many couples have asked me during a final meeting before the big-day when the best time to do the special dances is.  My reply, is always right after introductions. First Dance, Parent Dances, Toasts, Blessing is my favorite order of events after a highlight introduction of the wedding couple.

In every wedding, I’ve done, I’ve always found that having your First Dance right away after being introduced is a great transition.  You have everyone’s attention and you’re dancing right into the dance floor. The energy and attention level is high if you’ve hired a professional experienced DJ they’ll be able to help aid special lighting for photos, a first dance remix, or inviting married couples or a wedding party to join.

When I get to recommend the timing for the Parent Dances or any other Special Dances, I like to do these immediately following the First Dance.  From a photographer’s perspective, the lighting will now be the same for all the highlight moments on the center of the dance floor.  Additionally, it is an awesome photo and moment to have the bride or groom hand off their spouse to a mother or father for the following dance.  Here are a few ideas to implement these traditions in a modern way: The simplest is to keep the song(s) chosen shortened.  A professional experienced DJ/Emcee can help make a great edit or transition.  There’s nothing wrong with combining a special dance Father/Daughter Mother/Son at the same time to a special song.  Additionally, you can do fun things like special slide shows in the background of specific photos of the relationships, make a mix and have a blend of upbeat and slower music to shock your guests and show your personality, or if you’re not the type of person that doesn't like the center of attention there’s never anything wrong with coming up with your own tradition or not doing either of these dances at all. It’s your wedding.  Hire vendors that support that and have the experience to make your vision become a reality with a smooth flow and positive energy guest involvement.

When you’re asking a Maid/Matron of Honor, Best Man, or Relative to speak on your behalf I always recommend to do Toasts earlier rather than later.  Not everyone is a public speaker and that’s ok!  A true professional has pro-grade gear to aid that.  Additionally, most reception offer some form of alcohol consumption.  The sooner someone gives the toast, the less alcohol they’ll have consumed during a four or five our open bar.  Depending on the inside jokes and teenage/college stories, that may be a good idea,

Through these moments, you’re retaining the attention of the guests by doing everything at once.  Some things to be cautious about are later in the evening you’ll have a group at the bar, maybe out for a smoke, you may have a guest leave early, etc.  Typically, at the time of introductions everyone is in the room and no one will miss one of these highlight moments. 

- Jason Klock, Founder of Klock Entertainment


First Private Showcase of 2017: Announced!

We are excited to announce that our first Private Showcase of 2017 has been announced!

On Wednesday, January 18th at Historic Acres of Hershey, we'll be showcasing our talent, production, creative design options, and latest photo booth options! The time is 7pm - 9pm. We'll also have some of our friends that include Uncommon Catering, Films By J, Tony Gibble PhotographyCouture Cakery,  MX2 Design and Vineyard of Hershey!.  Space is limited so please sign up below!

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December 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to December!
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Welcome to December!
A Season of Opportunity

We love keeping you up to date all year-long with our events and activities.  Along with the holidays, December brings us many new and exciting opportunities. After a busy season of corporate events, new staff members, holiday parties, and more we are excited to get ready to start the New Year!

We LOVE bridal shows! If you are newly engaged, be sure to come out to your local bridal show and stop by our booth. We can't wait to see you there! 

Be sure to keep a look out for Klock Entertainment in the next month. We are eager and ready to rock 2017! If you have an upcoming wedding or event, make sure to Contact Us today to take advantage of some winter pricing and combining service deals!  
SRWA Global Conference 2016 Recap | Hershey Lodge | Klock Entertainment
In this video we were a full-service event partner for Sustainable Roofing and Waterproofing Alliance Conference. We provided Production, Audio, Video, Projection, Lighting, Set Design, Content, After Hours Entertainment, and Social Media Integration for their annual conference. Additionally we got to create the lighting and programming for the final banquet which had performances from Cirque-tacular Entertainment! It's always a pleasure working with The Hershey Lodge and Thank You Films By J for another great video! Thank you SRWA, we are looking forward to 2017!
We are very excited to announce that DJ Ryan "Puff" Downes has joined our team of talented DJs! You may recognize Puff from the radio station HOT 93.5. Welcome to the Klock Entertainment Family, Puff! Cheers to many awesome weddings and events! Click here to watch our new promo video.
Thank you to "The Knot" for voting us The Knot's Best of Weddings for 2017! We tried to make a video to thank you all, but it didn't go quite as planned! Click Here to watch the video.
Nick Fortini ROCKED one of his biggest weddings of the year  at one of our favorite Harrisburg venues, The Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey!  Click Here to watch a video recap of the night.
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October 2016 Newsletter

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Welcome To October!

We have been keeping you up to date all year with our events and fun throughout the year.  October is our last super busy month of weddings and events before we start to prepare for the year-end corporate conferences and numerous holiday parties! 

We've recently updated our Corporate & Production Page on our website.  Take a look.  Share with a friend if you think we can help them with an upcoming function or party!  Many party planning committees start the planning in the month of October.  If you're on one, make sure to Contact Us today to take advantage of some winter pricing and combining service deals!  

Thank you Tony Gibble Photography for sharing some awesome images of an awesome wedding we worked together at Moonstone Manor
Last Newsletter we shared the schedule for Kipona 100. Enjoy this video recap of what took place. Click here to watch the video.
Nick and Jason Co-Headlined this year's Simply The Best Gala presented by Harrisburg Magazine! Click Here to watch the video.
Joe Cooper ROCKED a wedding at one of our favorite York venues, Heritage Hills!  Click Here to watch the video
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I'm getting married in a barn. Should I have any lighting?

There is no denying that barn style venues have made their mark in the wedding industry. Klock Entertainment has had the opportunity to work at so many cool venues that that taken on this style, and every time the same question seems to come up…”I like the way my venue looks, do I need lighting?”  The short answer is no, if you are completely content with the way your venue looks then I would argue that there is no need to change it.  However, there are ways to enhance your venue, rather than change the way it feels.  Below you’ll find some of our most popular options for barn style venues that create even more ambiance, without taking away from that natural feel that drew you to the venue initially.

Harrisburg's Simply The Best Gala 2016


Thank you for voting us Harrisburg's Simply The Best Entertainment & Production Company for the 3rd year in a row!  This makes 5 years total being a finalist for this prestigious award in our local community.  Join us at the annual celebration Gala on Thursday, September 1st from 5:00pm - 10:00pm (or later!) at The Camp Hill Radisson Hotel & Conference Center.  This is always a super fun event to calibrate with talent from The JDK Group, The Band Jazz Me, Harrisburg Magazine, and dozens of eateries in the Greater Harrisburg Area Community.  This year, join DJ Nick Fortini Headlining the party after the awards! 

Stay tuned for a follow up blog and media from the fun!  In the meantime, here a few photos from last years fun! 

Introductions are our FAVORITE part of a reception!

When we have planning meetings with couples prior to their wedding day, one of the most common questions we get is “What do most people do for introductions?”  There is no single answer to this question.  Some couples create a list of VIPs including their wedding party, grandparents, parents, ring bearers, and flower girls.  Other entrances feature only the two newlyweds walking through the front doors to a slammin’ soundtrack.  We created a compilation video of pro-shot, self-shot, and cell phone footage to show how exciting being introduced can be!

Whether you choose to include the entire extended family or just a few close friends, this part of the night sets the tone and energy for the rest of the evening.   You can have your wedding party greet you by forming an arch or a straight line on the dance floor as you lead into your first dance.  Encourage your wedding party to add some creativity to their entrance with props, dance routines, or by picking their own intro song.  For Wedding Intro Song Ideas, hop over to our Wedding Songs Blog post and get sample tracks for each part of the night.