Ryan Royer is the ultimate"people person". Ryan's outgoing personality is a hit at every event. Coming from a customer service background Ryan has an amazing ability to help clients create their perfect party. Ryan enjoys performing at a variety of events and enjoys working with a wide range of music and age groups. Ryan is a fluent spanish speaker. "The moment I started DJing I was hooked. I knew this was going to be more than just a job, it's an awesome experience everytime."
Kevin Harris is a 10 year veteran DJ and wedding professional. Kevin got his start by working as an assistant to another DJ and soon realized that this was alot more fun than sitting behind a desk. Kevin is known for his energetic style and bright outlook. He always seems to be having a good time and people just can't help but smile when he is doing his thing. "I'm a big softy when it comes to weddings, I really enjoy the memories that we create on that big day."
Blake is the newest member of the Haro Entertainment team. Blake has always had a love for music which grew when he began playing the guitar. At age 16 Blake began doing stand-up comedy and improv. Blake is comfortable performing for any audience and has a natural ability to win over any crowd. Blake's fun personality brings positive energy to any event. "Everyone has their gift, mine is making people smile."
Haro Entertainers are unique talented individuals with fun and exciting personalities that will make your event success.
Adam Haro began his DJ career performing for high school dances. Having developed a love for entertaining he began performing for weddings and corporate events. Adam formed Haro Entertainment in 2005 with the idea that customer service and client needs are of the utmost importance. Adam received a B.A.from Fresno State in Broadcast Production and this lead to the creation of the Haro Entertainment video department. "I love interacting with people, meeting new people, and helping create an atmosphere that enables people to have an experience they will never forget."