Exhibitors

NADJ

The National Association of Disc Jockeys was formed in January 2004, as a natural evolution of the UK’s leading regional association for over 25 years, the Thames Valley Disc Jockeys’ Association.

The transition from the regional to National association was finalised at the AGM in March 2004, when the name was formally changed and the TVDJA became an integral part of the new NADJ.

The transition to a national organisation became necessary as the membership had outgrown its original regional boundaries.

This was partly due to the demise of several other regional Associations and groups, leaving only two main associations — TVDJA and SEDA (South Eastern Discotheque Association).