Delight your event's vertebrates with a wondrous crowd-surfing, dance partner-sized, luminous jellyfish bloom. 

 

Professionally Staged Jellyfish Bloom Performance

Our professionally staged Jellyfish Bloom Performance packages are popular with event producers and creative directors of festivals, conferences, museums, and company private events

Performance clients connect with a dedicated Bloom Leader for clear communication and efficient coordination of event goals, performance requirements, and venue details. Performance clients receive exclusive access to the OMFG Jellyfish, our largest, brightest, and most delightful performance luminous jellyfish megapuppets.  

PACKAGES & PRICING

 
 

Participatory Jellyfish Bloom

  • 10 OMFG Jellyfish

  • Two Bloom Leaders

  • Four hours of performance

  • Clients provides 10 performers

USD$3500
plus travel and accommodation

 

Complete Jellyfish Bloom

  • 10 OMFG Jellyfish

  • Two Bloom Leaders

  • Four hours of performance

  • 10 experienced OMFG Jellyfish performers

USD$7500 plus travel and accommodation

 

Reviews from Performance Bloom Clients

 

Treasure Island Music Festival

OMFG Jellyfish performed while Beck, Thom Yorke, Phantogram, Explosions in the Sky and many more rocked the ghostly galleon themed venue for 25,000 enthusiastic music fans. Our thanks to Treasure Island Music Festival producer Stacy Horne for booking us.

 
Billion Jelly Bloom was great to work with and brought such a special, unique element to our festival. They added some really singular and special moments to the evening performances.
— Stacey Horne, Producer, Treasure Island Music Festival
 

 

California Academy of Sciences

Every urban jellyfish's favorite science museum, the California Academy of Sciences booked the bloom to undulate at NightLife, their weekly night-time frolic of "music, creatures and cocktails."

 
My favorite event of the evening...was the people jellies straight from Burning Man...It’s as if our jellies escaped and floated up to revel in the moonlight. Gorgeous. Everyone loved this performance with lots of clapping and cheering.
— Elizabeth Babcock, Chief Education and Digital Strategy Officer

 

Burning Man

Upon being awarded an Art Honorarium for Burning Man 2011, Billion Jelly Bloom designed and produced our first 25 OMFG Jellyfish. Once on playa, we offered a participatory immersive experience to burners passing by, swarming art cars and undulating through the playa’s manifold sculptures.

 
We were overwhelmed with the beauty and artistry of the Billion Jelly Bloom. The team created an installation that was innovative, inspiring, and entertaining. Everyone who had a chance to see the jellyfish were enchanted, and couldn’t wait to see them again. It was my honor and privilege to work with the Billion Jelly Bloom, I look forward to seeing them grow and evolve for years to come.
— Beth "Bettie June" Scarborough, Associate Director, Arts Management

Everyone Loves Jellyfish Performances 


Meet Your Performance Bloom Leaders

 
Marina

Marina
North America East Coast, Europe, Central & South America

Splitting her time between New York City and Marin, California, Marina has led more than 50 performance blooms since 2011. Marina is a particularly client attuned and resourceful Bloom Leader. Her grace under pressure is legendary, leading spectacular performances at massive outdoor music events. She’s been known to run operations at Internet innovation companies

 
 

Ethan
North America West Coast, Canada

Leading more than 30 performance blooms since 2013, Ethan's enthusiasm, natural leadership and thoughtfulness are among his unprompted reviews from our clients. Ethan is materials engineer specializing in failure analysis. He lives in San Francisco and collects periodic table elements.

Ethan
 
 

Carly
North America West Coast, North America East Coast, Canada

Carly's tenacity and enthusiasm for performance blooms is boundless. She's led more than 20 private events and large-scale festivals up and down the US coasts. She currently resides in Boston pursuing a Master’s Degree in Childrens’ Law. 

 

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