The Space Coast Music Festival will present The Supervillains, 97 musical acts

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The Supervillains, who describe themselves on Instagram as “partying, partying Florida swamp-punk-reggae-ska,” will headline the Space Coast Music Festival on Nov. 5 in Eau Gallie.

In total, a colorful roster of 97 musical acts will perform throughout the afternoon and evening on seven stages in downtown Eau Gallie. Admission is free and attractions will include vendors and food trucks.

“The Black Box Blackout Stage is going to be quite dramatic, with jazz and gospel thrown in, a little more hip-hop added to this year’s festival,” said co-organizer Steven Spencer. He sings in the punk-metal band Sixty Pied Géant.

“You’ll still have the proven alternative music, as well as punk and metal,” Spencer said.

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Organizers unveiled The Supervillains as the headliners in an announcement on Saturday morning. Proceeds from the Space Coast Music Festival will benefit the nonprofit Harbor City Local, which helps provide music lessons and instruments to at-risk students in Brevard County.

New for this year:

• Jazz singer-songwriter Kristen Warren, who headlined the festival last year, curated the lineup for a new Black Box Blackout Stage featuring music by black artists.

Throughout February, Warren hosted the Black Box Blackout showcase featuring music, comedy, theater and films by black artists at Funky Dog Improv in Eau Gallie.

• The Screamland: Fright at the Museum “a curated horror experience” will host a stage inside the former Foosaner Art Museum.

This music stage will feature “a moody and intimate performance space” for songwriters, Screamland producer Derek Gores said.

• Nilah Lois and The Groove Kids have “graduated” from the Groove Shack Youth Stage and will perform at Intracoastal Brewing Co.

The Groove Shack is a music school in Satellite Beach that trains kids to play in rock bands.

“The children’s stage was a success. I think I speak for both of us – that was our favorite part,” co-organizer Steve Keller said of last year’s Space Coast Music Festival.

“It brought another level to the scene, to everything that happens. And Black Box Blackout, I think, is just another example of the diversity that we have,” said Keller, who sings and beats for Best Supporting Actor and beats for DL ​​Serios.

Spencer also co-hosted the music-skateboard festival Punk in the Park with TSOL headlining in June at Eau Gallie Square.

Kelly Quinn sings and plays guitar in Sounds of Nebula, an all-female indie rock band from Melbourne. They will enter the studio in January to record their next album, and they will perform at the November 5 festival at 12:40 p.m. at Intracoastal Brewing Co.

“We did it the first year – and we loved it,” Quinn said, referring to the resurrection of the Space Coast Music Festival in 2019.

“There were so many people. There were so many original bands involved in it. So I’m happy to be involved in it again,” Quinn said.

The logo of the Space Coast music festival.

Space Coast Music Festival Schedule

Main Stage Against The Grain Tattoo (Eau Gallie Square, 1452 Highland Ave.)

DL Serios (noon), Anchors Up (12:40), Drifting Roots (1:20), Mangrove (2), Pocketshot (2:40), The Gangly Youth (3:20), Tank Top (4), Zeddemore (4:40), Sixty Foot Giant (5:25), Sky Club (6:10), Gary Lazer Eyes (7:10), The Supervillains (8:15)

Pineapple (1434 Pineapple Ave.)

Resident Kook (12:15), The Slackadaisicals (12:55), The Fog Band (1:35), Joules Rio (2:15), The Struck-Downs (2:55), First Time Caller (3:35), Jeremy White (4:15), Mr. Skylight (4:55), Truth About Wolves (5:35), Malo Daniels (6:15), Somber Mercy (6:55), OMY (7:35), Tidal Theory (9:15), Dunies (10), The Lagoons (10:45)

Nebula sounds.

Black Box Blackout Stage (municipal parking lot at 1390 Highland Ave.)

Suave (12:15), AG (12:45), Nico Sweet (1:15), Justice Holiday (1:45), Mike Roy (2:15), Faithful Hazel Walker (2:50), AMiAM (3:25), Thump Connect/Midaz the Beast (3 :55), Creek (4:25), Joy in the Morning Gospel Ensemble (5), Midnight Groove (5:35), Eugene Snowden (6:20), Hijas De La Muerte (6:55), Ceion (7:40)

Wickham Road Music Stage at Screamland (former Foosaner Art Museum at 1463 Highland Ave.)

Destiny Sewell (12h30), Lowell Everly (12h55), Grace Magill (1h20), Lexi Long (1h45), Clint Engel (2h10), Anna Delgado (2h35), Nicole Roberts (3), Max Carlson (3:25), Jay Dia (3:50), Mira Mudd (4:15), Saint of Pine Hills (4:40), Wes Hufnagel (5:05), Nolan Clagg (5:30), Skyler Green (5:55), Paul Roub (6:20) ), Tina Eno (6h45), David Deblois (7h10), John Giles (7h35)

Intracoastal Brewing Co. (652 W. Eau Gallie Blvd.)

The Groove Kids (noon), Sounds of Nebula (12:40), Positive Chaos (1:20), Combobulators (2), Retro Rev (2:40), Nilah Lois (3:20), Contenders (4), Weep (4:40), Ojo De Rojo (5:20), Bradley Rodriguez Band (6), Paging Mr. Herman (6:40), My Dearest Friend (7:20), Darien The Great (8), Alanna (8:40), The Speed Spirits (9:20 a.m.), Las Sardinas (10), Space Coast Q (10:40 a.m.)

Island Root Kava Bar Scene (St. Clair St. near Highland Avenue)

Trash Cinema (12h15), Fields of Saturn (12h55), Casket Culture (1h35), Constant Throw (2h15), Grimm Ghost (2h55), Matterhorn (3h35), Parker Shogren (4:15), Déserté Will (4:55 ), Skater Brainz (5:35), Porch Coffin (6:15), Laser Praiser (6:55), Enemedia (7:35)

The Groove Shack Stage (Place Eau Gallie, 1452 Highland Avenue)

Brevard public school jazz bands at 12:25 p.m., 1:05 p.m., 1:45 p.m. and 2:25 p.m.; Eclipse of Revelation (3:45); Tree Fiddy (4:25); deaf pedestrians (5:10); samsara (5:55); Nilah Lois (6:40)

Rick Neale is the South Brevard Watchdog reporter at FLORIDA TODAY (for more of his stories, click here.) Contact Neale at 321-242-3638 or [email protected]. Twitter: @RickNeale1

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