Building an explosively fresh sound since early 2000,

Booga Sugar is New York's No. 1 Premier Party Band,

a boutique band for any occasion - performing an eclectic mix

of jet set disco and pop music from the 70s and 80s featured

on soundtracks like Saturday Night Fever, Boogie Nights,

The Blues Brothers and Rock of Ages as well as current hits.

Their high-energy performance delivers no shortage of

charmingly fun and prolifically crafted hits.  Booga Sugar rocks

the Hamptons all summer long, as well as selling out venues in

downtown Manhattan year round.  As the quintessential party band,

Booga Sugar is the ultimate addition to any event. 

The club-ready sound that is Booga Sugar will leave you

hungry for more. 

This is dance music so perfect it can't help but move you.


Special events clients include CBS Radio Yankees Fanfest,

Verity Wines,Tiederman Investment Group, Tullet Financial,

Sun Capital, Eurobrokers and charity event clients that include

Rock The Farm (supporting Soldier Ride and Wounded Warrior Project),

For The Love of George (Alzheimers Foundation of America), Cancer 101

(benefiting cancer research), Part of The Solution (benefiting Bronx soup kitchens),

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Resurrection School and The Thomas P Cloherty Education Fund.


"You can not help but have fun when you spend an evening with Booga Sugar.

They are one of the hottest and most rapidly growing and requested acts on the northeast club circuit today.

Enjoy an evening of sheer entertainment with the band that creates mash-ups of high energy

rock n' roll with dance beats and disco. Youth driven and with an energy that could power a small city,

Booga Sugar takes immediate control of the senses, making even the smallest club or party

feel like front row at Madison Square Garden while you satisfy your guilty pleasures..."

Dan Aquilante, The NY Post


"New York Citys premier dance party rockers..."

John Donahue, The New Yorker


"He sketched out the night ahead: a friends engagement party until around 10PM,

a party at a house run by a group of girls until midnight, a gig by the band Booga Sugar

at the nightclub Stephen Talkhouse until 3AM or so, and an after party until near sunrise..."

Allen Salkin, The New York Times