Even though the Space Coast is more than six hundred miles from New Orleans, Mardi Gras still reigns supreme this weekend along with a multitude of other cultural events!
While the Uncommon Threads Symposium is winding down at the Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts, the 43rd Annual Taste of Greece hosted by St. Katherine’s Greek Orthodox Church is opening their doors to festival goers. A popular cultural festival for both locals and visitors alike, this annual event celebrating Greek culture is usually crowded BUT definitely worth navigating the crowds because of its welcoming atmosphere, mouthwatering Greek foods and live performances throughout the weekend.
Leaning toward something more classical? Brevard Symphony Orchestra will present Subscription Concert 4 on Saturday, February 21 at the King Center for the Performing Arts. The concert program is filled with spectacular melodies from Tchaikovsky’s Waltz of the Flowers, Wagner’s Ride of the Valkyries, Bach’s Air on the G String and the Finale to Rossini’s William Tell Overture.
On Sunday, the City of Palm Bay will host SOLIDARITY: A Celebration of Black History. The program to be held at the Palm Bay Community Center will be filled with music, dance, song, poetry and live performances.
Friday, February 20
Top Pick: 43rd Annual Taste of Greece (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
Top pick – Classical pianist Steven Lin in Concert
Top Pick – Vero’s Thunder on the Beach Powwoww
God of Carnage (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
Saturday, February 21
Top Pick – Cocoa Mardi Gras and Louisiana Shrimp Boil
Top Pick – 5th Annual Space Coast Craft Beer Festival
Top Pick – Subscription Concert 4
Sunday, February 22
Top pick – Mardi Gras Paws in the Park
Top Pick – SOLIDARITY: A Celebration of Black History
Vero’s Thunder on the Beach Powwoww (Saturday and Sunday)
Events of Note: Monday, February 23 – The Food Truck Bazaar–City of Titusville