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Gettysburg Award-Winning Wedding DJs

We’ll bring your wedding dreams to life

As Central PA’s all-female DJ company, we get what it takes to create a beautiful wedding reception without breaking the bank. With HD Entertainment, you’ll have a planning partner ready and willing to bring your vision to life – and the talent to rock your dance floor.

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The best in Gettysburg wedding entertainment

We’re everything you’re looking for

You’ll find our all-female DJs/MCs professional, helpful, caring, and accommodating.

  • Each DJ knows how to get the party started – and keep it going.
  • Seamless blending of your favorite songs with your guests’ requests.
  • Customized planning and timeline management ensures a stress-free reception.

Select one of our packages to fit your budget or customize your wedding experience with just the right enhancements. Flexible payment plans are available.

Love is love.

HD Entertainment supports marriage equality.

“They helped make my wedding more memorable than I imagined. Answered all my questions, built the perfect timeline, kept the party lively and made sure our guests interacted all night.”

Jenna C.

Gettysburg Wedding DJs Starting at $1400

Get 4 hours of great DJ/MC entertainment, wireless mic, reception coordination, and a customized wedding timeline. No extra charge for setup or breakdown. 

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Hear every precious word

You’ve worked hard on your vows. And with our wireless mics and sound system, your guests will hear them perfectly clearly. We’ll also handle your ceremony music, from the time the first guests enter to your walk down the aisle as a forever couple.

Add our ceremony service for only $275

A bride and groom sharing a heartfelt moment as they exchange their wedding rings, accompanied by the melodic tunes curated by skilled Pennsylvania wedding DJs.

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Do you have questions?

We know booking a DJ is not something you do every day. As top-rated Gettysburg wedding DJs, here are a few questions we hear often.

That’s entirely up to you! You don’t need to fill the entire playlist. An experienced wedding DJ will blend your favorites into the best dance hits and even play those guest requests (after they have the OK to play them from you).
A professional DJ understands a wedding reception includes a sequence of events that must be announced at the appropriate time. Along with informing your guests of what’s to come, your DJ also builds enthusiasm and energy with each dance, toast, and tradition.
Look to budget $1200 – $2500 for a 4-5 hour reception. DJ packages may also include lighting, a photo booth, and special effects. And experience makes a difference. Seasoned wedding and event DJs will charge more than a newcomer working on the weekends.

HD Entertainment has packages for any size wedding or event.

See our reviews on WeddingWire and  The Knot.

In addition to Gettysburg, HD Entertainment provides DJ services for weddings and events in York, Lancaster, Harrisburg, as well as other parts of South Central Pennsylvania.

Create a complete entertainment experience

Elegant uplighting washes blank walls with an array of colors, enhancing the mood throughout the night. And for that fantasy feeling, take your first dance in the clouds. This special effect gives your photos a new level of romance.

Add-ons that add pizzaz!

Dancing on a Cloud


Photo Booth

Live Photo Feed

Charging station

Keep your wedding guests entertained

While your wedding day is the main event, your guests will want to spend some of their free time exploring the Gettysburg area. Here are some top attractions, things to do, and more.

About Gettysburg, PA


Known for its national Civil War battlefield, Gettysburg is more than history. This charming South Central PA town is surrounded by farms, orchards, and vineyards where you can taste the local freshness. The dining scene is eclectic with historic taverns, farm-to-table, and upscale dining experiences. And you’ll also find a wide variety of outdoor adventures.

Learn more about what Gettysburg has to offer.

Popular activities in Gettysburg 

  • Take a historic downtown food tour
  • Visit the past at the Shriver House Museum
  • Pick your own at a nearby orchard
  • Indulge at the Chocolate Market
  • Find locally fresh goodness at Historic Round Barn
  • Experience the Gettysburg Battlefield

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Food 101: made from scratch, locally sourced New American cuisine. Enjoy an intimate experience with a dining room of only 30 seats. Outdoor dining available.

Inn at Herr Ridge: This boutique hotel and restaurant was both a stop on the Underground Railroad and the first Confederate hospital during the Civil War. Enjoy farm-to-table fare paired with world-class wines.

Hickory Bridge Farm Restaurant: Enjoy Central PA home cooking family style in a restored historic barn just a short drive from downtown Gettysburg. Waiters in 1700s attire serve a menu of family recipes favored by German settlers.

Ghosts of Gettysburg: Take a candlelight walking tour of area haunts based on former park ranger and paranormal investigator Mark Nesbitt’s “Ghosts of Gettysburg” book series. Self-guided and private group tours are available.

Union Cigar Club: For the cigar aficionado on the guest list, the public smoking lounge provides a relaxing environment, knowledgeable tobacconists, and more than 40 brands of fine cigars.

Gerryowen Irish Pub: This authentic pub has a full calendar of live music every weekend. The restaurant hosts special events throughout the year, from Afternoon Tea to Irish Whiskey Dinner and tasting.

The Historic Round Barn & Farm Market: Eight miles west of Gettysburg, this family-owned and operated farm market is housed in a 1914 Pennsylvania round barn. Enjoy fresh seasonal produce, beautiful views of the Pennsylvania countryside, and a unique piece of Americana.

Gettysburg Chocolate Market: Take home a tasty souvenir of your time in Gettysburg. The market uses all locally sourced ingredients for their creations. And the shop has great character!

Rebel’s Roost Antiques: With so much history, there are sure to be some amazing antique shops nearby. Rebel’s Roost is the home of monthly outdoor vintage and antique markets, held April – October.  

Gettysburg National Military Park: The Battle of Gettysburg was the turning point of the Civil War. Start your visit to the park’s Museum and Visitor’s Center. Explore key moments and locations on the battlefield with a park ranger. Expand your perspective of the Civil War with visits to the Jenny Wade House and Children of Gettysburg 1863 Museum.

Gettysburg Mercantile Museum: This replica of an 1800s general store takes visitors back in time. The museum was started by local merchant and Civil War reenactor John Buchheister. The artifacts he’s collected over the years, along with the tour guide’s extensive knowledge, bring the store to life.

Sachs Covered Bridge: Built-in 1852, this covered bridge was used by both Union and Confederate troops during the Battle of Gettysburg. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, visitors can walk across and take in the scenery. It’s a beautiful spot for photos.

Horse & carriage ride tours: Take a tour in a carriage or on horseback. Tours include a licensed battlefield guide and last for two hours. There’s also an in-town carriage tour.

Civil War escape room: Put all that Civil War knowledge to use in one of three escape rooms. Book a room for your guests’ entertainment.

Savor Gettysburg: Eat your way through historic neighborhoods or learn how to prepare locally sourced fare from a professional chef.

Battle of Gettysburg reenactment: Held during the summer at Daniel Lady Farm, adjacent to the National Park, the reenactment brings history to life. In addition to battle reenactments, visitors also see calvary and sharpshooter demonstrations, experience living history, and tour the Daniel Lady House Museums.

Gettysburg Bike Week: Over 30,000 motorcycle enthusiasts gather in Central PA each summer to check out the bikes, witness the competitions, enjoy live music, and rev up for daily poker runs through the countryside.

National Apple Harvest Festival: Held on the South Mountain Fairgrounds just outside Gettysburg over two weekends in October, this family-friendly festival celebrates the agricultural heritage of the region. Handmade crafts, delicious food, demonstrations, and live entertainment.

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