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Space Coast Music Festival features The Supervillains and 97 acts

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The Supervillains — self-described on Instagram as "hard-partying, easy-skankin' swamp-punk-reggae-ska from Florida" — will headline the Space Coast Music Festival on Nov. 5 in Eau Gallie.

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

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“The Black Box Blackout Stage is going to be pretty dramatic, with some jazz and gospel being added, a little more hip-hop added to this year's festival," said co-organizer Steven Spencer. He sings in the punk-metal band Sixty Foot Giant.

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

“The kids' stage was a hit. I think I speak for both of us — it was our favorite part," co-organizer Steve Keller said of last year's Space Coast Music Festival.

Terri Wright has held the position of General Manager at WFIT since 1998.