This weekend (and beyond) in Brevard: January 21-23

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Psyched up for Green Gables, bUneke

Renowned psychic Jeffrey Wands returns to Melbourne for a program starting Friday, January 21 at 6:45pm at FOP Lodge 37, 1049 Julia Drive, Melbourne. Wands will deliver psychic readings to reserved ticket holders and hold a question-and-answer session prior to a book signing.

All money from ticket sales will be split between the non-profit organizations bUneke and Green Gables of Historic Riverview Village.

Wands’ program goes beyond the lectures to provide strategies for creating harmony, happiness, purpose and peace in every aspect of life. He is often asked to help find missing children. On the TV show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition”, Wands was given the task of encouraging previous deceased residents to leave the property.

Tickets are $35. Buy at eventbrite.com. Search for ‘An Evening with Jeffery Wands’. For more information, call 321-794-8901.

Happening at the King Center

The New Shanghai Circus will give two performances at the King Center on Tuesday 25 January.

Amazing athletes defy gravity and perform breathtaking feats as they push the limits of human ability as the New Shanghai Circus will perform at the King Center at 10:30 AM and again at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, January 25.

These fearless performers with boundless energy bring more than 2,000 years of Chinese circus traditions to their show. If it’s humanly possible – and even if it isn’t! — The acrobats, jugglers and contortionists of Shanghai do it with spectacular flair.

The morning performance is reserved for groups of 10 people or more. Tickets to that show are $8 per person. Tickets for evening performances cost $18.25 to $28.25.

Also in the King Center is small achievement and Gaelic Storm, both on January 26.

Bill Payne of Little Fet.  The band will play at the King Center in Melbourne on Wednesday, January 26.

Little Feat fused a wide variety of styles and genres into something utterly distinctive, a blend of California rock, funk, folk, jazz, country, rockabilly and New Orleans swamp boogie and more, all blended into a unique and rich gumbo. The group will perform on the main stage at 7:30 PM. Tickets start at $59.

At 7.30pm, Gaelic Storm takes over the King Center at the Studio Theatre. You may remember the group from ‘Titanic’. The film featured the musicians playing at the Irish party in the third grade.

The Celtic band Gaelic Storm will perform at King Center's Studio Theater on Wednesday, January 26.

The group has topped the Billboard World Chart six times, appeared at mainstream music festivals and regularly headlined the biggest Irish festivals across the country, all the while earning a reputation as a genre-bending Irish rock band, whose songs blend Celtic traditions with something. . uniquely creative. Tickets cost $49.75.

For tickets to all these shows and more, visit kingcenter.com.

Horrorville Horror and Paranormal Convention

This phenomenal paranormal event at the Space Coast Convention Center, 301 Tucker Lane, Cocoa, on Saturday and Sunday January 22-23, will feature a weekend of costume contests, movie stars, psychics, paranormal explorers and guest celebrities.

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