Florida Tech Homecoming Week Features Concert by Reggae Star ‘Matisyahu’, Sports and More

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Reggae Star Matisyahu Headlines Free Concert Oct. 25 in Melbourne

Florida Tech’s Homecoming 2019 will run Oct. 24-27 and feature something for everyone, from concerts to gridiron action to a “Pub Prowl” highlighting alumni-owned establishments on the Space Coast. (Florida Tech image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Florida Tech’s Homecoming 2019 will run Oct. 24-27 and feature something for everyone, from concerts to gridiron action to a “Pub Prowl” highlighting alumni-owned establishments on the Space Coast.

With the theme “Bringin’ It Home,” Homecoming 2019 celebrates the diversity of Florida Tech’s student and alumni body as well as the spirit of gathering embodied by Homecoming celebrations.

Here’s a look at Homecoming highlights:

Thursday, Oct. 24

6 p.m.: Meg O’Malley’s presents the Homecoming 5K Walk/Run in downtown Melbourne. Features T-shirts, goody bags and a post-race party at Meg’s. Click here to register through the Running Zone’s secure site and for more information. Registration ends Oct. 23.

Meg O’Malley’s presents the Homecoming 5K Walk/Run in downtown Melbourne. Features T-shirts, goody bags and a post-race party at Meg’s. (Florida Tech image)

Friday, Oct. 25

6 p.m.-midnight: Homecoming Fest in downtown Melbourne. The Florida Tech Alumni Association and Student Government Association will offer a memorable evening featuring street vendors, food, drinks and free music from the unique reggae superstar Matisyahu as well as Hirie, RDGLDGRN and Kash’d Out.

CLICK HERE for more details

Saturday, Oct. 26

1-4 p.m.: Homecoming football game: Florida Tech Panthers vs. West Florida at Florida Tech Panther Stadium. The Homecoming King and Queen will be presented at halftime. Tailgating starts at 10 a.m. on campus, and the alumni section is located on the grassy area behind the Harris Student Design Center.

Tickets are available here.

6:30-10:30 p.m.: Homecoming Gala, Clemente Center. The black-tie event will feature dinner and awards, including the presentation of the Jerome P. Keuper Distinguished Alumni Award, followed by dancing and music. Registration and tickets required.

Click here for details.

Oct. 24-26:

Panther Pub Prowl throughout Homecoming where participants can visit alumni-owned bars and breweries in and around Melbourne.

Look for Pete the Panther at each location, take a picture, and tag us in your Facebook and Instagram photos to be entered to win Florida Tech swag bags. #PantherPride #Panther4Life #FloridaTechHomecoming2019.

Send pictures to alumni@fit.edu for a chance to be featured in Florida Tech Magazine. Participating establishments include Meg O’Malley’s, Broken Barrel Tavern, Lost Shirt Brewing Co., Hemingway’s Tavern, Long Doggers and Quarters Brewing & Arcade.

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Sunday, Oct. 27

11 a.m.: Florida Tech Catholic Campus Ministry cordially invites all alumni, parents, families and friends to an Alumni Mass celebrated by Fr. Michael Neeland, SDS. Following the Mass, coffee and donuts will be available in the fellowship area.

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