There are times when second best is just not good enough.
Sound Entertainment was established in 1990 when founder, Chris Martin, established the Noughts and Crosses Underage Night Spot in Dunedin. This project won national and international awards for its youth development achievements. Chris managed the project and DJed at the venue. He soon became in demand to DJ school dances and private functions. Chris decided if he was going to establish a mobile disco it would have to be the best. CoMotion mobile disco was born. CoMotion's point of difference is its full money back guarantee that it is the best mobile disco. Demand for CoMotion mobile disco continued to grow.
Since its inception Sound Entertainment has aimed to provide the best and most innovation service to clients as well as support community and youth development projects. Sound Entertainment today includes sound and lighting equipment available for hire with and without operators, event resources including a covered stage, portable radio station, battery powered sound systems, R.T.s (radio telephones)...
Approved non-profit community and youth organisations receive a 30% discount.
Sound Entertainment is proud to support a number of community and youth organisations including Blue Light New Zealand (Police), The UPP Club, Camp Quality, Y.M.C.A., Youth Voice Canterbury, Hurunui Youth Programme and Relay For Life.
Sound Entertainment, through 4YP Consulting (), designs and manages events. Chris specialises in co-designing (working with communities an young people) to design and present events.
Chris Martin is the founder of Sound Entertainment and lead consultant for 4YP. He has worked in the youth development sector for 30 plus years. He has experience as a volunteer youth worker, local government youth advisor and event manager. Youth projects, initiatives and social enterprises designed and facilitated by Chris have won regional and national awards. His passion is for engaging young people and supporting them to take the lead in development projects. He currently is an active member of the boards for the Canterbury Youth Workers’ Collective, Ara Taiohi (National Peak Body for Youth Development), Selwyn Parenting Network and Generation House (Rolleston). Chris is also a member of the Interagency Group that leads the Strengthening The Youth Sector project for greater Christchurch and Advisory Group for Youth Voice Canterbury.
Chris is an accredited member of Korowai Tupu (Professional Association of Youth Workers in Aotearoa and in December 2017 was awarded a Kiwi Bank New Zealander of the Year Local Hero medal for his services to youth development.
Organisations we are proud to partner and support