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Australia's hardest working party act.


Jellybean Jam has been part of the Australian cover band party scene for 26 years, specialising in corporate functions, charity balls, conferences, Christmas parties and weddings.

Deliciously tasty, full flavoured hits of yesteryear combined with scrumptious servings of current chart fillers have given Jellybean Jam a recipe for success and has established them as Australia's hardest working corporate party act. Non-stop medleys ensure non-stop dancing complete with tongue in cheek interpretations of the most memorable party tunes from disco to swing, motown to latin, funk, rock and pop.

Nominated for numerous MO Awards, they are the recipients of seven ACE Awards for Best Dance band and have performed internationally in Thailand, the United States, Bali and New Zealand and have performed for the last 6 years at the prestigious AUSTCHAM Australia Day Ball in Singapore.

Thank you to Jellybean Jam. They really got the crowd going and went over and above the call of duty for which we are very grateful. Price Waterhouse Coopers

To have the whole company fill up the dance floor for the whole night speaks for itself. You matched our theme and dressed for it too!

Lend Lease

Jellybean Jam have a knack of filling the dance floor and this night was no exception - everyone was off their seats and straight on the floor! Booked them straight back in for next year.

The Buzz Ball

Thanks for last night. The event was a huge success and you guys were as professional and easy to deal with as we have come to expect.

James Gordon Workshop

Jellybean Jam were brilliant and the response from everyone so far is that it was the best night and Ball in Bangkok for a long time.

Aus Cham Bangkok
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