If you’re looking to make your party an even more unforgettable experience, then you should focus on providing your audience with a great light show. Just as the music, lights play a major part in making one’s party enjoyable. But, you must not overdo it. Nobody likes neither too much nor too little light on a party. To ensure that your friends are gonna enjoy it, make sure you use the best DJ lights for small and medium-sized parties.

Depending on your party size, different power options are available. To help you find the best DJ lights for small and medium-sized parties, we’ve compiled a review of our top five picks.

 This is our take on the five best DJ lights for small and medium-sized parties:

# Image Product Price
1 Chauvet DJ $150
2 LaluceNatz $49
3 Missye $220
4 Uplights $90
5 Litake $24

1. Chauvet DJ Lights 30W

  • Three LED lighting effects
  • Very bright red/green laser
  • White strobe effect (0 to 11 Hz rate)
  • Dual LED moonflowers
  • Sturdy design
  • Has built-in display
  • IRC-6 wireless remote and DMX controls
  • Audio-triggered configuration (Master/Slave or DMX modes)
  • For medium-sized parties
  • Pricy but durable, for long-term/professional use

When it comes to options, the Chauvet Swarm 4 FX has got them all. This amazing three-in-one effect fixture is an ideal centerpiece for any DJ rig. Combining the power of a dual moonflower and white strobe lights as well as a bright red and green laser, the Swarm4FX is perfect for medium-sized parties of about 75 people. It will intensify the intensify the experience of your audience without taking up too much space. It is extremely compact and has three methods for control — built-in display, wireless remote and DMX.

2. LaluceNatz DJ Lights 27W

  • IR wireless remote and DMX controls (8 Channel)
  • Sound Activated mode with sensitivity adjustment
  • DMX, Master/Slave, Auto-Play, Hopping and Strobe lighting modes
  • Sturdy design
  • Built-in cooling fan
  • Beam angle of 160° horizontally and 120° vertically
  • Up to 40,000 to 50,000 hours lifespan
  • Very bright
  • For medium-sized parties
  • Budget-friendly

If you want to keep things more budget-friendly and still keep that professional-grade quality, then you should check out the LaluceNatz DJ lights. They come with 27W-powered lights and features various different play modes. They include DMX, Master/Slave, Sound Activated, Auto-Play, Hopping and Strobe lighting modes. Despite its price, this beast will light up very nicely a large area, enough for a medium-sized party of about 50 people. Given its price and functionality — it is totally-worth-it purchasing two of these.

3. Missyee DJ Lights 36W x8

  • Supports DMX-512 control
  • Not as bright as the previous two
  • Pack of 8 provides flexibility
  • Full RGB color mixing support
  • Each comes with wireless remote
  • Dual-handle design allows effortless placement
  • 9 light functions
  • For small and medium-sized parties
  • Great value

Maybe not as bright as the previous two, but definitely offers a lot of options are the Missyee DJ lights, coming in a pack of eight devices. Each comes with a wireless remote for convenient control and has nine predefined lighting functions that include Static color, Color combination, Color changes, Color fade, Master-Slave, and Sound Activated, Jump Mode as well as Strobe Mode. Since they are eight pieces, each offering decent but not obstructive lighting for both small and medium-sized parties. It all depends on your placement and the number of devices you use. You can easily expect to provide for up to 100 people.

4. Uplights DJ Lights 18W x4

  • Dual-handle design
  • Pack of four
  • Very bright
  • Budget-friendly
  • For small and medium-sized (up to 60-70 people)
  • 7 light functions
  • Warm, beautiful light effects
  • Provides flexibility
  • Durable build
  • 1-Year replace warranty
  • 30-day money back guarantee

Another great alternative and definitely a cheaper one is the Uplights DJ lights pack of four. Each device comes with 18 1W LED lamps that can play seven different light functions — Static Color, Color Changing, Color Fade, Auto, Sound, and Master-Slave as well as DMX. Since it isn’t all coming out of one device, you can easily place them at different locations and use them for more than one rooms at a time. This makes its value of 90$ look like nothing compared to the Missyee or the Chauvet. Perfect for parties of up to 70 people.

5. Litake DJ Lights 3W x2

  • Weak light
  • Pack of two
  • 7 lighting functions (adjustable)
  • 3 sound-activated functions (adjustable)
  • Special flash function (adjustable)
  • For small-sized parties (up to 30-40 people)
  • Decent brightness
  • Very cheap
  • 3W per device
  • Each comes with a wireless remote control

And, of course, there is no way to skip the Litake DJ lights. Just for a little over 20$, you can get your hands on these two beautiful 3W party lights. They come with seven non-dynamic lighting functions, three sound-activated lighting effects and one specialized flash function — all of which adjustable to your preferences. While the brightness does not reach the levels of the rest four products, it is more than enough to make your party an unforgettable experience for your friends. Perfect for parties of up to 30-40 people.