Jibberjazz Productions - Festival Promotion

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Summary

Jibberjazz Productions is a grassroots festival organizing and promoting organization. By emphasizing a diverse range of musical talent and wide array of festival activities, the events continue to grow and expand. Jibberjazz is looking to book solo artists and bands that are national and regional, original acts ranging in funk, bluegrass, psychedelic, jazz, blues, folk, reggae, rock, and jam-oriented music. The festivals feature multiple stages, along with late night music that often goes on until sunrise. There is 1 slot per festival reserved for Sonicbids artists./n/nJibberjazz Productions is a grassroots festival organizing and promoting organization. By emphasizing a diverse range of musical talent and wide array of festival activities, the events continue to grow and expand. Jibberjazz is looking to book solo artists and bands that are national and regional, original acts ranging in funk, bluegrass, psychedelic, jazz, blues, folk, reggae, rock, and jam-oriented music. The festivals feature multiple stages, along with late night music that often goes on until sunrise. There is 1 slot per festival reserved for Sonicbids artists.



Since its inception in 2005, Jibberjazz has produced eleven successful in/outdoor music festivals: Some Kind of Jam 1-5, Meeting of the Minds 1-3, The Midsummer Meltdown, Boogie In The Bungalow 1-2, as well as several other music-related events, that include a wide variety of vending, children's activities and various forms of other entertainment.



Jibberjazz festivals combine unknown bands, up and coming regional talent and national headliners, blended together to produce a truly unique festival experience. Jibberjazz is very active in the festival community and regularly exchanges guest passes with numerous regional festival promoters, so there is always the possibility of a Jibberjazz gig leading to future festival and club bookings in the region.



In addition, the festivals have a built-in fanbase of festival fanatics and live music lovers. Jibberjazz actively pursues bands they believe will make its festival better without being solely dependent on bands to draw for the festivals.



Festival sites are within easy driving distance of most major PA population centers including Philadelphia, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, Harrisburg, Allentown, Bethlehem, Stroudsburg, Lancaster and Reading. In addition, there is a large fan-base that comes out from New Jersey, New York, Maryland and Delaware.



Some Jibberjazz press:



"Playing a Jibberjazz festival in 2010 was a blast... from the people that attended to the staff! What a great vibe and musical flow!"


      Jim Weider (The Band)

"From the moment Chicago Afrobeat Project arrived at [Some Kind of Jam], we were greeted with good vibes. The show itself was more than pleasing. The audience complimented CAbP with their endless energy spreading the pulse across the beautiful grounds, while the lights set ambient yet fluid mood. Chicago Afrobeat Project is psyched for the next Some Kind of Jam Festival and hope to be a part of it again!"


      Mike Vitenson (Chicago Afrobeat Project)


"I just wanted to thank you guys for the BEST family festival we have ever been to! Meeting of the Minds had something for all of us from age 4 to age 40 and the venue was OUT OF THIS WORLD!"


      Rich, Amy and Caeden