Blue Juice

Blue Juice are an outstanding 4-piece party band based in Southampton and Brighton, and fronted by a soulful and charismatic male vocalist. Their quirky style and unique versions of classic songs set this band apart from other function bands. As well as the usual rock and pop tracks, Blue Juice also add soul and funk hits into their set to make sure their performance appeals to guests of all ages and musical tastes.

Blue Juice are one of the most in demand wedding bands along the south coast and in the South East of England and have performed at hundreds of weddings, parties, charity events, corporate functions and bar mitzvahs over the last few years. Triton, Deloitte, Marsh And Parsons, Route Co, Price Waterhouse Coopers and Waitrose are among their satisfied clients.


They've played at hundreds of wedding venues such as Buxted Park, Ashdown Park and Cottesmore Golf & Country Club - they really do have the experience to make sure everything is perfect for your event and they're consistently highly recommended by their agent.

The band are flexible and are happy to tailor their set to suit you, they may even be able to learn your first dance for you if it isn't already on their repertoire list. They also offer the addition of a trumpet player for an extra-special performance. Finally, the band can add on their laptop DJ service to ensure the music doesn't stop all night long.

In the unfortunate event Blue Juice are already booked for your event, they recommend browsing their agent Function Central's other wedding bands in Brighton and Sussex. They also have a roster of musicians and bands based further west, along the south coast, including Southampton, Hampshire and Dorset, as well as further east: Surrey, Essex and Kent


"Bring a spare pair of socks 'cos we're gonna rock the first pair off!"

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Blue Juice Party & Wedding Band

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