Melrose Pop Festival

Sunday, July 7, from 1:30-5 p.m.

An Afternoon of Peace, Love and Music

Last summer, the Melrose Pop Festival drew more than 300 attendees to the Melrose Center for an afternoon of peace, love and music. An homage to the famous 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, the event featured some of Orlando’s most celebrated performers. It was so much fun, we’re bringing it back!  Join us for Melrose Pop Festival ’24 on Sunday, July 7, from 1:30–5 p.m. with an eclectic bill that brings together some of the local music community’s most beloved acts.

It's On!

Premiering on June 21, 1 p.m.

Grab a front-row seat to Melrose Pop Festival – A Concert Film, documenting the 2023 Melrose Pop Festival with performances by Eugene Snowden, Beth McKee, Marc With a C, Hannah Stokes, Oak Hill Drifters, Milk Carton Superstars and Marko Torres.    

Melrose Pop Festival 2024 Featured Artists

Terri Binion

Headlining the festival is renowned singer-songwriter Terri Binion, with a voice described in Elmore Magazine as a “sweet yearning twang … which she wields with dynamic range and power.”

Mugs and Pockets

Orlando music legend Swamburger returns to town with Seattle-based Mugs and Pockets, his latest project with vocalist Scarlet Monk.

The Tremolords

Veteran rockers The Tremolords bring their high energy, ’60s-inspired sound to the show.

Marko Torres

Hosted by Melrose Center’s Performing Arts Instructor, Marko Torres.

Universal Funk Orchestra

Musical collab Universal Funk Orchestra take the stage to infuse the festivities with their irresistible groove and flow.

Amy Robbins in a Sidecar

Rounding out the bill is a rising singer-songwriter from Lake County who graces the stage with her band as Amy Robbins in a Sidecar.