We perform at a wide range of festivals, with various themes and audience sizes. We offer several options (including both solo performers and duos) to help make your festival a huge success!
1) Didgeridoo Down Under (variety show for all ages) 2) Didgeridoo Concert (music for adults and families) 3) Aussie Funk Jam (workshop for ages 8 and up) 4) Aussie Booth (mini-shows and mini-lessons for all ages) 5) Roaming Entertainment (didge music for all ages)
Didgeridoo Down Under Show DDU is a unique fusion of Australian music, culture, puppetry, comedy, environmentalism and audience movement / participation. The didgeridoo, usually a hollow tree trunk, has been played by Aboriginal Australians for at least 1,500 years, and is known for its otherworldly sound. But DDU is much more than music. It’s interactive, educational, motivational and super fun for all ages! (30-60 minutes for captive audience)
The Didge Concert takes the audience on a musical journey to Australia and beyond, as the performer(s) play(s) an assortment of didgeridoos and percussion instruments. Our performers play a modern style, mixing fast-paced rhythms with relaxing soundscapes and organic sound effects. (10-30 minutes for captive or strolling audience)
Aussie Funk Jam Workshop The Funk Jam is a completely interactive and hands-on experience. Participants learn how to play the didgeridoo, including vocalizing, creating simple rhythms and more, with our beginner instruments. It’s cool, funky and unique – Ideal for teens and tweens, but OK for ages 8 and up. (20-40 minutes for up to 40 participants)
Aussie Booth This interactive booth features short shows and workshops, and a display of Aboriginal art, boomerangs, pictures and more. The booth is ideal for a strolling audience, and provides a great opportunity for festival attendees to talk and interact with the performer(s). (1-8 hours for unlimited audience)
Roaming Entertainment We also can play didgeridoo while walking through the festival grounds. This works well between acts, especially with a strolling audience. (10-15 minutes for unlimited audience)