From planning to the last dance, we’re your guide

Wedding DJs fully committed to make your celebration amazing!

Trust your wedding to Big Daddy

Anytime you book a wedding vendor, it’s a matter of trust. Big Daddy Walker Productions has earned that trust as a member of The Knot Best of Weddings Hall of Fame. Countless brides and grooms have raved about the smooth process, the packed dance floor, and an exciting celebration to remember.

Award winning DJs – (190+) 5-star reviews.

Ready to initiate the planning of your amazing wedding celebration with a Big Daddy DJ in Lexington? or call and ! Check for date availability here, or call or contact us with any questions!

The Cincinnati Wedding DJs Hall of Fame logo.

Stress-free wedding planning…

ceremony to last dance

Your first point of contact is Owner Allen Walker, self-professed “people pleaser”. He’ll help you discover what you truly desire, working and communicating with you as often as you need.

Then one month before your wedding, Allen will introduce you to the full-time, professional DJ he’s personally selected for you. All are well-versed in a variety of cultures and understand the special nuances of LGBTQ+ weddings!

Ready to dance the night away?

“He rolled with the evening and read the room perfectly. There wasn’t a second people weren’t dancing, singing and having a blast.”

– Leighann D.

Ready to sing your heart out to your favorite songs?

When you hire Big Daddy Productions, you are GUARANTEED:

  • High energy – without being obnoxious

  • Strong presence on the microphone to engage with your guests

  • Ability to read the room, and keep the dance floor full

  • Professional, yet adaptive, event timeline management

Let’s start planning your amazing wedding with one of our Big Daddy DJs. Check for date availability here or call or contact us with any questions!

Planning your ceremony? Allen is an ordained officiant.

Say your “I do’s” in our chapel

Looking to elope or have a mini wedding? Big Daddy Walker Productions offers a chapel setting for 20 at the studio, Monday thru Friday.

Need an officiant?

In addition to working with clients and entertaining at weddings, Allen’s also an ordained officiant and ready to conduct your ceremony.

Want to have Allen conduct your ceremony, or check on our chapel’s availability? Check for date availability here or call or contact us with any questions!

Wedding couple dancing first dance

You only get one chance to have an unforgettable wedding

Whatever package you choose, you can count on a professional Big Daddy Walker DJ who is “wedding certified” and ready to pack your dance floor.

“If dancing is on your wedding’s ‘must be amazing’ list, then you absolutely have to hire Big Daddy Walker Productions.”

– Emily M.

Common Cincinnati DJ Questions Answered

After your venue and photographer, wedding entertainment is the next priority. Book your Cincinnati wedding DJ 9-12 months in advance of your wedding date. Allow yourself time to explore your options and find a DJ whose personality works with your wedding vision.
Your DJ is also available to play your choice of ceremony music, from when the first guests arrive to the processional and recessional. Then during cocktail hour, your guests will enjoy the perfect background music that sets the mood for what’s to come.
According to wedding planning websites, Cincinnati DJs charge between $1200 to $2500 for 4-5 hours of service. DJ services are often packaged with other add-ons like lighting, special effects, and a photo booth. And remember, the DJ’s experience reflects the price.

According to popular vendor websites like WeddingWire and The Knot, prices range from $1000 to $2500 for a 4 to 5-hour reception, depending on the package. Remember, your DJ is also your MC at your reception. Experience counts!

Big Daddy Walker Productions has packages for any size wedding or event.

See our reviews on WeddingWire and The Knot.

In addition to the greater Cincinnati area, Big Daddy Walker Productions also serves Louisville and Lexington, KY, and Southern Indiana.

Show your guests what Cincinnati has in store

About Cincinnati, OH


Located on the banks of the Ohio River, Cincinnati is home to a namesake chili, regarded as the Cornhole Capital, and the home to four Presidents – and that’s just a start! Across the river from northern Kentucky, visitors find an eclectic urban gem surrounded by nearby rural beauty. From baseball to ballet, you’ll find it here.

Learn more about what Cincinnati has to offer.

Popular activities in Cincinnati include:

  • Enjoy a riverboat sunset cruise on the Ohio
  • Visit the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
  • Take in an exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum
  • Experience the Findlay Market
  • Stroll Fountain Square
  • Get a bowl of Skyline Chili

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Boca: This is one of Cincinnati’s top fine-dining restaurants. Boca serves flavors from both Italy and France in the style of French cooking that honors precision and technique. Recognized as one of the nation’s top French restaurants by both Travel + Leisure Magazine and Open Table.

Metropole: Located in Cincinnati’s 21c Museum Hotel, the chef gives a contemporary spin on Old World fireplace cooking. Enjoy hearth roasted meats, fish, and vegetables along with housemade charcuterie. Rotating bar menu of craft beers, cocktails, bourbons, and wines.

Camp Washington Chili: You must experience Cincinnati chili – it’s one of the city’s signature dishes. This eatery has been serving up its secret recipe since 1940. Camp Washington Chili has even earned the James Beard Award as an “American Regional Classic.”

Ghost Baby: Located in the tunnels formerly used by a Cincinnati brewing company for refrigeration, Ghost Baby gives a speakeasy vibe with its clubroom, velvet curtain stage, and plush sofas. And the ornate, hand-crafted bar in the Rattle Room resembles a baby’s favorite toy.

Pins Mechanical Company: More than just a great bar, this nightlife establishment offers duckpin bowling, retro pinball, and classic arcade games. 21+ after 9 pm.

O’Malley’s in the Alley: This is the second oldest bar in Cincinnati and it’s a local favorite. Daily drink specials, classic bar food. Great “hole in the wall” atmosphere.

Rhinegeist Brewing: Cincinnati is also known as a place for great local craft beers. Located in the historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, start with a tour of the 25,000 sq. ft. brewing facility, then head to the taproom or seasonal rooftop for a beverage.

Ohio Book Store: Founded in 1940, browse your way through five floors of books and magazines in this used book shop. Enjoy treasure hunting for your classic literature shelves.

513 The City Flea: This curated urban flea market takes place monthly at Washington Park and other locations throughout Cincinnati. You’ll never know what you’ll find!

Jungle Jims International Market: What started as a humble produce stand is now a 200,000 sq. ft. shopping experience with thousands and thousands of products. And the market has a full calendar of special events.

Cincinnati Art Museum: Located in scenic Eden Park, this museum features a diverse collection of over 73,000 works spanning 6,000 years. Parking and general admission are free. Download the digital guide to plan your tour.

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden: This is one of the oldest zoos in the US, founded in 1873. In addition to checking out the zoo exhibits, be sure to visit the 75 acre botanical garden with over 3,000 plantings.

Cincinnati Music Hall: Built-in 1878, this National Historic Landmark is home to ballet, opera, the pop orchestra, the city’s symphony and the May Festival. The hall is considered one of the most beautiful venues in the world, so be sure to take a tour and see a performance.

The Purple People Bridge: The former L&N Railroad bridge between Newport and Cincinnati is now a pedestrian walkway linking the Kentucky and Ohio riverfronts. It’s the longest connector of its kind that links two states, bringing hundreds of thousands to the river’s edge for entertainment, dining, parks, and festivals.

Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame: As the oldest franchise in professional baseball, the Reds have one of the more storied histories in the game. Explore two floors of it. And on “away game” Sundays, the museum offers “Brunch, Brews and Baseball.”

Findlay Market: This public market has operated continuously in the same iron framed building since 1855. Enjoy browsing the vendors and take in one of the many market events.

Oktoberfest Zinzinnati: This annual September festival showcases the rich German heritage of Southwest Ohio. Enjoy German-style music, food, and of course, beer. This is America’s largest Oktoberfest with more than 700,000 people attending each year.

Blink Cincinnati: Every few years, the city’s prominent buildings and even bridges become art installations. The BLINK experience creates awe-inspiring art with large-scale project mapping, murals, and interactive light sculptures from around the world.

GoettaFest: Cincinnati’s Glier’s Goetta is the world’s best seller, so why not celebrate! Goetta (pronounced “get-uh”) is a German breakfast sausage of pork, beef, whole grain steel-cut oats, fresh onions, and spices. This festival is held over two Summer weekends. There’s also live music and family-friendly fun.

Cincinnati Music Festival: Held in July on the riverfront at Paycor Stadium, this 3-day music festival is host to the hottest stars in R&B, jazz, soul, and hip-hop along with up and coming musical talent.

Ready to celebrate?

Contact Big Daddy Walker Productions today!