‘The Supervillains’ To Bring Unique, Hard-Hitting Style To Port Canaveral Seafood & Music Festival
By Space Coast Daily // February 24, 2016
OPENING FOR DIRTY HEADS ON FEB. 26
ABOVE VIDEO: The Supervillains will bring their unique, hard-hitting and fun style to their performance at the Port Canaveral Seafood and Music Festival on February 26.
BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – The Supervillains will perform a concert on Friday, February 26 during the Port Canaveral Seafood & Music Festival, which will run from Feb. 26-28.
The self-described “Florida-bred swamp reggae rockers” will play before California’s Dirty Heads on the Space Coast Daily Stage at 8 p.m.
The Supervillains are from Orlando, Florida and have become one of the most popular bands of their genre in central Florida.
The Supervillains are totally original and are legendary in the bar/club scene. To describe the band’s style, think of bands like Pepper, Slightly Stoopid, The Expendables, Fishbone, The Mad Caddies, Nofx, LTJ, The English Beat, Streetlight Manifesto, Kayavibe, Authorityzero and Lionize.
Band members include Dom (Drums/Vocals), Skart (Guitar/Vocals), Tom (Guitar/Keys) and BJ (Bass).
It was the summer of 1996 when Dom and Skart first played together under the name The Supervillains. The two met in high school and have been playing together ever since.
“I wish it was more exciting but it just kinda happened – but seriously, a car chase or some lions in the story would have been awesome,” said Dom.
On how they form their original music, Dom, puts it in a simple way:
“We group up, listening to a ton of music ranging from grunge to punk, hip hop and and reggae. We have been influenced by The Suicide Machines, Sublime, Operation Ivy, The Skatalites, The Toasters, Peter Tosh and the Beatles.
“In the future we aspire to be rich and buy a boat. Mostly to show off, We’ll probably never take it out as much as we want and the damn thing’s motor will probably give us more problems than she’s worth. Also we hope to keep cranking out new and fun music for our fans to drink and party to while providing something different than all the rest of the cookie cutter bands on the scene.”
“We are looking forward to the Port Canaveral Seafood and Music Festival for many reasons. We’ve been doing shows with the Dirty Heads since we started touring so many years ago I can’t even count. It’s always a blast and the shows are always amazing. Plus, it’s on the coast and its outside. Little salt in the air and dope bands on the stage, then munch some seafood.”
CLICK HERE FOR DIRTY HEADS Concert tickets (includes Seafood Festival access)
CLICK HERE FOR CLINT BLACK Concert tickets (includes Seafood Festival access)
CLICK HERE FOR WEEKEND SUPER CONCERT PASS (includes 3 days of concerts and festival access)….only $57 for 3 days of concerts.
CLICK HERE for Seafood Festival Weekend Pass for festival access (no concerts)
CLICK HERE for Seafood Festival Friday, Feb. 26 ticket – (not including Dirty Heads concert)
CLICK HERE for Seafood Festival Saturday, Feb 27 ticket (not including Clint Black concert)
CLICK HERE for Seafood Festival Sunday, Feb. 28 ticket (includes The Original Wailers and Third World Concert)
TICKETS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE AT THESE LOCATIONS:
ALL WALGREENS STORES IN BREVARD AND ORLANDO AS OF FEB 1,2016
• Port Canaveral: Exploration Tower at the Port, Fishlips Waterfront Grill, The Lazy Pirate, Wild Ocean Seafood Market
• Cocoa Beach: Sunrise Bank, Slater Surf Tackle, Endless Summer Tattoo, Cocoa Beach Health and Fitness
• Merritt Island: Cocoa Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, Bagel World Victoria’s Square
• Viera: Cocoa Beach Area Chamber of Commerce
• Melbourne: Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce
• Titusville: Bar IX
• Orlando: Park Avenue CD’s: 2916 Corrine Drive, Orlando, Fl 32803