Annual & Short Term Policies Available. Annual Policy includes General Liability, Professional Liability, and Equipment. 1-3 Day Policy includes General Liability Only.

Protect Your DJ Business

DJ insurance protects disc jockeys against lawsuits and property damages specific to the entertainment industry such as:

  • Injuries sustained by party-goers from one of your fog machines
  • Damage you caused to a venue or nightclub
  • Slip-and-fall accidents because of your equipment
  • Professional liability limits up to $25,000 (higher limits available)

Don't let an accident wipe out your financial resources. Pick your DJ insurance coverage with Canopy.

Why You Should Carry DJ Insurance

  • You may face some liability risks unique to DJs such as setting up shows, equipment, fog machines, or speakers.
  • Venues may require you to show a proof of insurance before hiring you or allowing you to operate on their property.
  • Liability insurance gives you a layer of defense against claims such as bodily injury claims or property claims.
  • Financial peace of mind
  • If you use your own equipment, or transport equipment to multiple locations, you will want to protect your equipment against theft, damage, or loss with additional equipment insurance with inland marine coverage.
  • Nightclubs, wedding venues, concert halls, and other places may require you to add them as an additional insured to your policy before allowing you to perform.

Purchase your policy online today from Canopy’s top-rated carrier in an easy, no-hassle process.
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