MELBOURNE, FL – September 25, 2017 – On Saturday, October 21, 2017, the biggest stars of Brevard County will take the stage to perform and lip sync their favorite musical act from the “Awesome 80’s”.

This lip sync battle, held at the Melbourne Hilton Rialto, (200 Rialto Place), from 6:00 – 10:00 p.m., will highlight our local star talent, while raising money for Brevard Family Partnership (BFP).

As the feature fundraiser for BFP, the 3rd Annual Decades in Revue Lip Sync Battle will raise funds to help Brevard’s most vulnerable children. Performers will gather community “votes” prior to their performance in the form of donations.  Each $1 raised will equate to one vote for the performer of the donor’s choice.  At the end of the event, the performers will be judged by an expert panel and given scores based 50% on their performance and 50% on money raised.

2017 Performers include Catherine Wright, Harris Corporation, Dr. Joni Oglesby, Florida Institute of Technology, Joshua Adams, Rock Paper Simple, and members representing Roy Allen Elementary School, Junior League of South Brevard, Community Foundation for Brevard, and the Brevard County School Board, including Superintendent Dr. Desmond Blackburn.

Guests are encouraged to come dressed in their favorite fashion or icon from the 1980’s for a chance to win “best dressed” in the look-a-like contest.  Tickets are $125 each and include dinner, entertainment, and much more. Tables of 8 are available for purchase at the discounted rate of $800. Seats are limited and going quickly.

For more information on tickets, performers, or sponsorship opportunities, please visit our website at or contact Melissa Breckenridge at (321) 752-4650 ext. 3047.

About Brevard Family Partnership

Established in 2003 as a non-profit organization in response to the Legislative mandate to privatize foster care and related services in Florida (Section 409.986, Florida Statutes), Brevard Family Partnership is Brevard County’s lead child welfare agency. The agency was subsequently awarded the contract, through the Florida Department of Children and Families, to manage Brevard County’s child welfare system. Working in partnership with over 50 community organizations, its mission is to protect children, strengthen families and change lives through the prevention of child abuse and the operation and management of a comprehensive, integrated, community-based system of care for abused, abandoned and neglected children, and their families.