Category: Entertainment

Acclaimed Comedian and Television Host Jay Leno Coming to King Center On Jan. 4

Acclaimed TV late night show host, admired stand-up comedian, best-selling children’s book author, much-in-demand corporate speaker, lovable TV and movie voice-over artist, pioneering car builder and mechanic, and philanthropist…it’s no wonder that Jay Leno is widely characterized as “the hardest working man in show business.”

American Dance Group ‘Diavolo’ Coming to the King Center Tuesday, Nov. 13, Tickets on Sale Now

Following their success as a Top 10 Finalist on Season 12 of NBC’s America’s Got Talent, Los Angeles-based DIAVOLO continues to push forward a new edge of performance with Artistic Director Jacques Heim’s inventive genius and his fearless, athletic daredevils.

2019 Space Coast Seafood & Music Festival Features Country Music, Reggae and Rock Star Concerts

World famous country music, reggae and rock stars will once again return to Brevard County, during the 4th annual Space Coast Seafood & Music Festival, March 7 through 10, 2019, at Space Coast Daily Park in Viera, Florida.

Space Coast State Fair Features ‘Castle Of Horrors’ Super Scary Haunted House Tonight!

The Space Coast State Fair will feature a spine-tingling haunted house and is FREE with your fair admission – but enter at your own risk and be prepared to be scared OUT OF YOUR WITS, by demonic clowns, horrific zombies, bloody massacres and a petrifying array of ghoulish rooms. 

EVENT SPOTLIGHT: Sunday is Last Day For the 2018 Space Coast State Fair, Open Until 11 p.m.

The Space Coast State Fair,  East Central Florida’s largest and most popular annual family event, will start Halloween weekend on Oct. 26 and will continue through Nov. 11, at Space Coast Daily Park, located next to Viera High School.

King Center for the Performing Arts Completes Most Successful Season in 31-year History

The King Center for the Performing Arts on the Melbourne Campus has completed the most successful season in its 31-year history. More than 125,000 patrons attended performances that pulled in about $3.8 million in ticket sales. The King Center’s endowment also rose to $7.8 million, an 8.5 percent increase.