MELBOURNE, FLA. — Four bands bringing different sounds but universal grooves will fill the Eau Gallie Arts District with song as Florida Tech’s 89.5 FM WFIT presents the Sonic Waves Music Festival.
The public event runs from 5-10 p.m. on Saturday, April 15, at Intracoastal Brewing Co., 652 W. Eau Gallie Blvd. Admission is free. Drinks and food from local vendors will be available for purchase, and several area non-profit organizations will have information booths.
The festival is sponsored by Intracoastal Brewing Co.
Performances begin at 5 p.m., with half-hour breaks between each group. Here’s a look at who is performing and when.
Syd Taylor is a solo singer and multi-instrumentalist performing cover tunes as well original compositions. (5-5:30 p.m.)
WEEP is a three-piece, all female band featuring infectious melodies, tight harmonies and lyrics that echo the human condition. Its unique sound blends rock, funk and a touch of the blues to create an acoustic tapestry that is both modern and nostalgic. (6-6:45 p.m.)
Coastal Breed performs original surf rock and reggae. The four-pieceband from Cocoa Beach is known for performing with artists like Pepper, Badfish, The Supervillians and Ballyhoo, as well as its concerts at large-scale music festivals around Florida. (7:15-8 p.m.)
Tru Phonic is the collaboration of Jake Salter and a unique group of talented musicians. Sounds of jam, funk, blues, rock, soul, jazz and hip-hop can be heard in their music. Established in 2017, Tru Phonic is made of multiple veterans in the Central Florida music scene. The group has an ever-changing live show with high skill level shown on each instrument, talented vocal harmonies, powerful lyrics and a tight horn section. (8:30-10 p.m.)