We perform at a wide array of corporate events, ranging from small and intimate to huge and festive. We offer several options (including both solo performers and duos) to help make your event an unforgettable experience!
Entrance Music Arriving guests will be greeted with lively didgeridoo music, helping to set the event theme.
Cocktail Music We’ll play relaxing, ambient didge music while your guests sip and mingle. Guests can approach us at their leisure, to ask questions or take photos.
Stage Performance We’ll take the audience on a musical journey to Australia, as the performer(s) play(s) an assortment of didgeridoos and percussion instruments. We also might invite audience members to join us on stage for a jam session, which provides a great photo opp!
Aussie Booth This interactive booth features short musical performances and quick didgeridoo lessons, and a display of Aboriginal art, boomerangs, pictures and more. The booth is ideal for a strolling audience, and provides the best opportunity for guests to talk and interact with the performer(s).
Roaming Entertainment We also can play didgeridoo while walking through the crowd. This works well between acts, especially with a strolling audience. Please contact us for a price quote and more info.
See why companies love our didgeridoo entertainment …
“Everything went wonderful at both events! We really appreciate you providing such quality performers!”
Natalee Mayo, Manager, Newbridge Marketing
“The Australian Cruise Association has worked with Darren for the past three years to promote Australia at the world’s largest cruise shipping event – Seatrade Cruise Global. Darren has been a reliable and engaging part of our events.”
Jill Abel, CEO, Australian Cruise Association
“I have found that the mystical beauty and unique cultural heritage of Australia is best personified by Didgeridoo Down Under. Darren Liebman and his talented, personable associates are committed to providing the best in interactive edutainment that respectfully and accurately communicates Aboriginal traditions, music and lore of the Outback.”