Blu Ice, the premium provider of audio and lighting entertainment, formerly known as Blu Ice Roadshow, is situated in the lovely town of Colchester.
We take great pride in providing our customers with top-quality services that meet all their audio and lighting needs. Our priority is to deliver outstanding experiences that will leave you and your guests happy.
We specialise in a variety of events, including weddings, parties, corporate events and more, offering bespoke services tailored to your taste and budget.
We use modern and high-quality equipment, ensuring that your event looks and sounds great from start to finish. If you’re in Essex or Suffolk, contact us today for exceptional audio and lighting entertainment services that you’ll never forget!
Josh and Dan both love up to date music and all those chart hits. They both enjoy listening to Old Skool RnB classics, Modern Chart Hits, Rock and Dance music, but also other past time classics, such as Bryan Adams – Summer of 69 and not forgetting Bon Jovi- Living on a Prayer.
Josh and Dan are not just DJ’s. Josh has worked for many years in the ambulance service and now a fully qualified Paramedic, so you are in safe hands at your event! Dan has a completely different job and works in IT. With Dan’s IT knowledge and skills, he ensures all our equipment is fully functioning, up to date and to the highest performance, so they can deliver an outstanding performance!
Using state of the art DJ software, equipment and lighting systems, Blu Ice Roadshow caters for any event.
Blu Ice guarantees a professional and reliable service, and aims to exceed all expectations! With over 35,000 songs at their disposal, and ever growing library, they have music from nearly every genre; Soul, Motown, Reggae, Hip Hop, Indie and those well-known cheesy tracks, just to name a few.
All our equipment is PAT tested on an Annual basis.
We have Employers Liability of £5 Million.
Public Liability of £5 Million.
Don’t just take our word for it, check out what our past clients have to say.
After All, we could just be being bias