Tips on how to choose a great SETLIST for your Performance

Updated: Oct 31, 2020

I often get asked by my clients "How do I choose the perfect setlist for my Performance?"

Choosing the right music for your set is just as important as everything else in order to have a great show.

Check out some of my points below!

1. Know your crowd type! Check out the venue that you will be performing at and the usual genre that is provided by the DJ's who play music there.

Sometimes performing your original track as a remix for the night will be highly appreciated by the attendees on the night and they will see that you've made the effort to care about their musical tastes.

2. When you are hosting your own show listen to the music you have created carefully and be fully aware of how each song blends with the next. Remember! You want your audience to connect with your performance all the way through.

3. Be sure to choose a set list that allows you to perform all your songs well. Sometimes, it's not enough to have a song in your set because you like it. It should be about what allows you to perform at your best and what will help you to create a good vibe with your crowd.

4. Performing your latest single release and or a song that is most popular as the last song usually creates a long-lasting memory in the crowd's mind as long as you perform it really well. So why not go out with a bang!

Learn more about singing techniques and get prepared for your performance.

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