Entertainment and Event Highlights on the Space Coast Includes Palm Bay Fair, Cultural Activities
By Space Coast Daily // March 19, 2022
EVENT & ENTERTAINMENT SPOTLIGHT
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Palm Bay Fair will bring big fun to the Space Coast as it rolls into Brevard County March 18-27 at Space Coast Harley-Davidson in Palm Bay, featuring fun fair foods, free unlimited rides and free shows.
Visit the Palm Bay Fair’s website HERE.
Brevard Cultural Alliance has launched a new online store art gallery. This addition to the BCA website brings the shopping experience for artwork online, offering an ever-changing, fresh mix of works from BCA member artists.
The online gallery offers unique artwork available for purchase, in a wide range of sizes, mediums, and price points.
Visit Brevard Cultural Alliance’s online gallery store HERE.
March 18 – April 24: Cash on Delivery at Melbourne Civic Theatre
Get ready for a fast-paced British farce! A con artist has duped the welfare authorities for years by claiming every type of benefit for the innumerable people he claims live at his address. He is sent scrambling when welfare investigators show up and he is forced to prove all of his boarders are, in fact, real. A hilarious comedy full of mistaken identities, slamming doors, and a con that spirals out of control! For more info, click here.
March 19: Sebastian River Art Club’s Annual Members Juried Show
Sebastian River Art Club presents their annual Juried Show on Saturday. The indoor show will feature original fine art in a variety of mediums by their members. Artwork and crafts by local artists and member artists will also be on display in tents on the lawn outdoors. Crafters from the Sebastian Craft Club are also participating in tents set up on the lawn. Light refreshments will be available. For more info, click here.
March 19: Alex Bugnon & Marion Meadows at the King Center in the Studio Theatre
Alex Bugnon has been a prolific, energetic force on the contemporary music scene for almost three decades, as a musician, composer and bandleader. Marion Meadows started playing tenor sax in high school, and then migrated to soprano sax. In addition to being a talented musician, Meadows is a semi-pro cyclist, graphic artist and designer. For more info, click here.
March 19: Get The Led Out at the King Center
Get The Led Out is a group of professional musicians who are passionate about their love of the music of Led Zeppelin. It’s been their mission to bring the studio recordings of “The Mighty Zep” to life on the big concert stage. This is not an impersonator act but rather a group of musicians who were fans first, striving to do justice to one of the greatest bands in rock history! For more info, click here.
March 20: Meet the MOB at Veterans Memorial Center
You are invited to “Meet the MOB,” the Museums of Brevard, this Sunday from 1-4pm at the Veterans Memorial Center on Merritt Island. Join representatives from the MOB members that include historic homes, nature centers, and aviation, law enforcement and space museums. The event is free and open to the public. The museum will be open for guests to view the extensive collection of military artifacts. For more info, click here.
March 22: Melbourne Chamber Music Society presents Benjamin Grosvenor, Pianist
Melbourne Chamber Music Society presents a concert Tuesday evening with pianist Benjamin Grosvenor at St. Marks United Methodist Church in Indialantic. Grosvenor is internationally recognized for his electrifying performances, distinctive sound and insightful interpretations. His virtuosic command over the most arduous technical complexities underpins the remarkable depth and understanding of his music making. For more info, click here.
Thru March 20: The All Night Strut! at Historic Cocoa Village Playhouse
With singers, dancers, and live musicians, The All Night Strut! is a high energy musical celebration of the 1930s and ’40s, filled with jazz, blues, bebop and American songbook standards. Weaving together the work of legendary songwriters such as Hoagy Carmichael, Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer, Cab Calloway and the Gershwins, the story highlights a slice of yesteryear and captures a beloved American era. For more info, click here.
Thru March 27: The Wedding Singer at the Henegar Center
The year is 1985. The place is New Jersey. A wannabe rock star (aka a professional wedding singer) is left at the altar and finally changes his tune. The Wedding Singer takes us back to a time when hair was big, greed was good, collars were up and a wedding singer might just be the coolest guy in the room. Based on the hit movie, The Wedding Singer’s sparkling new score does for the ’80s what Hairspray did for the ’60s. For more info, click here.
Thru March 27: 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee on Titusville Playhouse Shuler Stage
H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S! Infectious songs and an L-O-L script make Putnam County Spelling Bee a winner. With two Tony Awards and three Drama Desk Awards, this riotous Broadway smash, complete with audience participation, leads to letter-perfect entertainment. As you follow the cast of six awkward adolescents through a daunting and delightful championship quest, you’ll know why the New York Times calls it, “Irresistible! Riotously funny!” For more info, click here.
Thru March 27: She Loves Me at Surfside Playhouse
An intimate and touching show, it is considered by many to be the most charming musical ever written. Opening on Friday, Surfside Playhouse presents She Loves Me, a warm romantic comedy with an endearing innocence and a touch of old-world elegance. For more info, click here.
Thru March 27: Dreamgirls at Titusville Playhouse
First a smash Broadway musical then an award-winning motion picture, Dreamgirls captures the spirit and hope of Motown when a girl group from Chicago makes it big. The female trio fights for recognition, fellowship and love as superstardom challenges their musical and cultural identity. A rich, glowing spectacle about the price of show-biz success, Dreamgirls sizzles with sparkling dance and R&B soul. For more info, click here.