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Cleveland DJs, RTH LIVE! Party Band, Production Services, Lighting, Photo Booths, Videography & More!

Rock The House is a Cleveland based entertainment group that provides excellent service for any event. We will work with the client on their event to produce exactly what was envisioned. Some of the entertainment & production services we provide include Bar /Bat Mitzvah DJs, Cleveland wedding DJs, birthday DJs, anniversary DJs and school dance DJs. To get your guests on the dance floor and excited to participate, the Cleveland DJs also offer the services of party motivators. Creating a fun and engaging atmosphere is important for an event’s success and our interactive activities can help. These include photo booth rentals, video game stations, indoor sports, body art / tattoos, inflatables, casino games and much more. Rock The House can provide mementos for any event with our talented videography services. Rock The House also offers production services that make any event venue look great such as décor lighting, drapery and staging.

RTH now also offers Rock The House LIVE! This party band is everything that the other bands aren’t. Now Booking for this year and beyond. Rock The House LIVE can be reserved for your entertainment or can be added to any DJ / MC package for the ultimate in wedding event entertainment.

Not only will Rock The House provide your event with exceptional entertainment, but their event planners and coordinators will give you guidance throughout the entire event process. Whether you need information on wedding venues in Cleveland or just someone to vent to, Rock The House will be there every step of the way.

As top DJs in Cleveland, we take pride in treating every event individually and providing superior service. Rock The House is willing to travel for events and has entertained throughout Ohio and Pennsylvania. Entertaining is our passion and Rock The House will make any event exceed your guests’ expectations.

 

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Rock The House – New Playlist Series

Posted on July 2, 2015 in All Posts

We at Rock The House are excited to announce our new Spotify playlist series!

Considering that we are listening to music all day, building playlists for your wedding, jamming to Rock The House Live band practice, and dancing on Marvin Gaye on Mondays, we thought it was time to start sharing our wealth of musical knowledge.

This collection will be 100% free to you, as long as you have a Spotify account, which you can sign up for at no cost as well. We want to provide you with music for holidays, wedding dance ideas, throwbacks, and much more. As time goes on the collection will grow and soon you will have a playlist built for every event imaginable!

We are kicking off our featured playlist for this holiday weekend. Check out our 4th Of July playlist for all tunes that with the theme of Independence Day – from Party in the U.S.A. by Miley Cyrus to American Pie by Don McClain. This hour and twenty minute long list will give your party the patriotic flair it deserves while you kick back and enjoy some friends, family, and fireworks.

We hope you all have a great 4th Of July weekend and check back soon for more great playlists!

RTH: Working For Humans Since 1999

June 26th, 2015:  A day that symbolizes the biggest civil rights victory for same-sex couples in U.S. history.  In an unprecedented ruling, the United States Supreme Court extended the right for same-sex couples to marry in all 50 states.  This landmark decision will bring the topic of same-sex marriage to the forefront of many conversations amongst friends, family and co-workers. Personally, this decision is something that I have been looking forward to for over 10 years.

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This morning as I sat in my car and heard the news, I was unsure of how I would react. As someone who’s been blessed with being in a same-sex relationship for over 10 years, my partner and I have both been anticipating this day. I expected feelings of happiness and quite possibly a sense of relief, but I never imagined the outpour of emotions that would immediately follow.  My eyes teared up as I thought about how all types of committed relationships now share the same basic right of marriage equality.

Now, while I understand there are many obstacles surrounding marriage equality and the access to basic human rights,  I want to focus on something equally as important. Every loving couple, whether you are LGBTQ or straight, deserves to enjoy that one special day.  They deserve that one special wedding; that one special song to gaze into each others eyes and proclaim in front of their loved ones and the State that they are committed to each other.  ”To have and to hold, in sickness and health, for rich or poor, in joy and sorrow, for as long as we both shall live”.

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This is a triumphant day, not just for me, but for the Cleveland wedding industry! Working in this field for over 15 years, I have had the honor of performing at over 500 wedding receptions and have been a guest at numerous others. Being able to share in that special day in any capacity is a testament to the perseverance, dedication and true love between two people.

I am proud to stand up for equality; not just for LGBTQ wedding equality, but for everyone. I am proud of who I am and for what my partner and I have endured to have “that one moment”. I am proud to have made the decision to work for a company like Rock The House that not only embraces equality, but is on the forefront of welcoming ALL couples to our family… and has done so since it was founded in 1999.

It’s what we do. It’s what we’ve always done. Cleveland Wedding DJ Entertainment, Live Bands, Lighting, Photo booths, and Videography – We would be honored to help you plan your special day… The one you’ve been waiting a lifetime for.

Sincerely Yours,

Nick Duve, Marketing Manager
Rock The House Family of Companies

 

Rock The House Annual Meeting A Huge Success!

Posted on May 20, 2015 in All Posts

RTH Combines Fun and Humility to Beat Competition

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If your first thoughts once you realize you’ve been scheduled a 9 to 5 on a Sunday include the idea of cashing in one of your sick days, then you don’t work for Rock The House.

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From the moment RTH team members arrived at their annual All-Staff meeting, the stage was set for something more colorful than your typical yearly staff assembly. Team members, who on this day felt more like guests of honor, were politely encouraged to meet and greet with folks they hadn’t met yet over coffee and an array of breakfast muffins. 

For members like myself, it was a chance to put names to faces that – to that point – I had only shared emails with. For others, it was an opportunity to relive memories with someone they hadn’t worked with in a long time. Perhaps even as long as last year’s Annual Kickoff Meeting.

“The production team spared no time or resources when designing the audio, video, and lighting design. We do this for a living, but it was an exciting opportunity to put what we do into action for our own team.”  RTH Founder & CEO Matt Radicell

Two giant video screens accented both sides of the elevated stage, and there was enough lighting to host a respectable New Year’s Eve party. The stage, which was at least two feet off the ground, looked more prepped for a rock concert than a company meeting. There were a half dozen sets of high-end, and very loud, speakers strategically scattered throughout the Event Hall of downtown Cleveland’s Red Space, the perfect setting for such an event.The stage also featured a see-through glass bowl that was introduced to members as ‘the question bowl‘. Throughout the day teammates were encouraged to write relevant questions with the provided pen and notepad and were promised an answer by RTH managers at some point during the day. The effect was two-pronged; it allowed the meeting to flow smoothly with minimal interruption, and it allowed every person in the room a chance to ask whatever they wanted and receive a genuine response before they left.

Red Space, created by Hot Cards is a unique open gallery designed to host a variety of different events. According to isescleveland.com,”This raw and open space is perfect for eclectic events looking for something different.” Red Space has hosted everything from conferences and weddings to art shows and wine tastings. It truly allows the client to dictate the setting. It was a perfect fit for Rock The House.

Now, Let’s Get Hands On

The all day affair didn’t just entail team building exercises and listening to speeches. Peppered into the afternoon activities was a little hands on training that proved to be very beneficial to rookies and veterans alike.

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Another point of the meeting was to stress the importance of attention to detail. Hanging drape is an essential component of a multitude of RTH shows, and a brief re-teaching course of how to do it was an inevitable stop along the map of the days activities. A recap of the terminology paired with some  secret tips and tricks allowed team members to pick up on a few things they either didn’t know, forgot, or just were never formally taught. The heights and weights of the drapes used in some shows can be substantial, and the short learning session can be considered a safety issue if nothing else.

Carnival Cruise Director Eric Brouman was brought in to offer some of the core values coveted by his employer. The theme of this interaction was to highlight what Brouman called ‘being on‘, stressing positive attitudes and professional appearances the moment team members walk into an event.  As expected, the similarities between the two entertainment company’s were bountiful. As part of his module, RTH members were split into two groups and instructed to come up with their own core values. After the lists were compiled each team voted on their favorite codes. A brief discussion and video recap highlighted Brouman’s segment.

While Sunday’s meeting had all the flair of a high profile party, the intent and attention to detail provided much more than your regular company meeting. We laughed. We learned. We focused our energy on one goal; being the best and becoming better.

Throughout the day it was apparent that Rock The House was a company built by people that genuinely care about their members. For myself it felt like more than just a typical work meeting, it felt like a celebration.