The Island Fever Steel Drum Band stirs up a spicy blend of Caribbean & California styles, lively energy, charisma & showmanship. The Island Fever Steel Drum Band performs at concerts, music festivals, and conventions. We are popular performers at the World Famous San Diego Zoo, Wild Animal Park, Sea World, Seaport Village, and other theme parks.

Contact Details

  City San Diego, CA
  Zip Code 92117
  Address 3503 Ethan Allen Aven
  Phone Number (619) 291-1225

From Our Website

The Island Fever Steel Drum Band performs at several hundred private events a year. The events listed here are open to the public (unless otherwise noted) and do not include private functions that we are performing at. NOTE: If you want Island Fever to perform at a special event, and we appear to already be scheduled elsewhere, we may be able to make arrangements to be available for you. Contact us to find out.

Island Fever musicians are versatile & happy to make your event, wedding, or party special. They can provide pleasing background melodies along with colorful visual ambience, &/or take center stage, creating a dramatic festive flair with their contagious fun-filled energy & irresistable dance rhythms. Island Fever musicians always dress attractively in theme-wear, such as colorful island garb, elegant ethnic attire, & California casual style. The Island Fever family of musicians is available in different combinations, & can be reduced to a solo steel drum player or expanded up to 16 pieces.

In most wedding ceremonies, there are at least four major parts which utilize different types of themed music. These are usually instrumental, but if you know nothing about classical music, here are some popular choices along with some more contemporary selections. The procession is second, where the mother of the bride is seated and the bride begins her march down the isle. The interlude comes next, at which point you and your fiancÚ are may exchange roses or have a candlelighting. The final part is the recessional where you and your spouse leave the ceremony as newlyweds.