Welcome to the online home of JIBBERJAZZ PRODUCTIONS:
Live Music Festivals and Events since 2005!
For the past 14 years, Jibberjazz has produced over 40 music & camping festivals, including the annual Some Kind of Jam, Madsummer Meltdown, Meeting of the Minds, and Boogie In The Bungalow -- as well as many other music-related events. These gatherings have featured national and regional, original acts ranging in funk, jam, bluegrass, psychedelic, jazz, blues, folk, reggae, rock & roll, singer-songwriter, and many more musical styles too numerous to list. All Jibberjazz events are 100% self-produced with no corporate ties or sponsorships as we remain a fiercely independent grassroots organization.
The Jibberjazz focus is finding national and regional bands on the rise and unleashing them on unsuspecting audiences. We are a bridge between vast musical pockets scattered across the country and our main purpose is to find and develop these bands. We take great pride in the quality and diversity of our lineups year after year, and we are always on the lookout for the next great sound to emerge from the abyss. Tomorrow's Headliners Today: The mantra Jibberjazz has embraced throughout the last decade.
Some of the hundreds and hundreds of musical acts Jibberjazz has showcased over the years include: Antibalas, Anders Osborne, Budos Band, Ozric Tentacles, Man Man, Rubblebucket, The New Mastersounds, Toubab Krewe, Marco Benevento, Mike Dillon, Skerik, Twiddle, Dopapod, Tauk, Felice Brothers, Ryan Montbleau, Monophonics, Project/Object, John Kadlecik, Max Creek, Deep Banana Blackout, Papa Mali, Orgone, Eric Krasno, ALO, The Motet, Spafford, RAQ, Particle, Robert Walter's 20th Congress, Tea Leaf Green, New Orleans Suspects, Jim Weider, Moon Hooch, Everyone Orchestra, Cabinet, Assembly of Dust, Scott Pemberton, Consider The Source, Tauk, and hundreds more.
Since 2005, Jibberjazz festivals have drummed up a buzz in the underground by showcasing a truly diverse musical lineup that blends heavy hitting out-of-market bands, national acts, and up-and-coming regional talent. These festivals have developed a dedicated fan base in the region and continue to grow in intensity and attendance, season after season. That trend continues through 2018 and beyond, as we continue to produce multiple music & camping festivals per season. Creative line-ups, killer music, and good people are what Jibberjazz is all about. Now let's get to wild dancing!