Nerdapalooza is coming to the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando October 18-20. This event brings together all styles of music referred to Nerd music such as Chip rock, Nerdcore Hiphop, Nerd rock, Geek rock, Video Game Metal, Sock Puppet Rock, Dementia Parody and more. Nerdapalooza’s three day event will feature live performances that include music and visual artists, as well as an Indie game showcase and unique vendors.
Friday’s live music and performance schedule includes live music from Gemeni (formerly of Orlando) along with Benjamin Briggs, Mega Ran, Jesse Dangerously, OverClocked University, Shinobi Ninja, Adam WarRock, Professor Shyguy, Urizen and DJ Cutman.
On Saturday fans can check out live music from Orlando bands Marc with a C and Random Encounter along with The Runaway Five, Schaffer the Darklord, 9K1, CarelessJuja, B-Type, Lords of Thunder, My Parents’ Favorite Music, Beefy, brentalfloss + The OneUps, The Protomen, Nullsleep, Moon Hooch, MC Frontalot and They Might Be Giants.
Sunday’s live music and performances include Orlando bands Sci-Fried, The Gekkos and Solillaquists of Sound with Central Florida band Under Polaris along with Death*Star, The Returners, The OneUpsm, Sammus, Urizen, DJ RoboRob, Peelander-Z, Dethlehem, Green Jelly, MC Lars, Nerf Herder and Powerglove.
Just some of the sponsors and vendors at this year’s Nerdapalooza are Acme Superstore, Afterimages of Ghostfire, Anime Fix, Brush Strokes for Crazy Folks, DaVinci Tattoo, Emergency Pizza Party, Erin Creative Design, Gavin Leatherworks, Geekella, Hat-Potato, The Hex Grid, Illuminated Lions (Fan Art Glassware), Kittens of Industry, Kool Nerd Clothing, Lux Nova Studio, Nophi Records, Orlando Psycho City Derby Girls, The Pocketshop, Rise Above Tattoo, Sign Zeppelin, Space Coast Nerd Fest, Southern Pinball Festival, Status Update, ThaSauce, What Ray Sells and many more.
Nerdapalooza takes place October, 18, 19 and 20 at the Orange County Convention Center, 9800 International Dr., Orlando. Friday is FREE and the music starts at 5:20 p.m. Tickets for Saturday are $49.99 and the shows start at 11 a.m. Tickets for Sunday are $40 and the shows start at 10:05 with an open mic event. There are also weekend passes available for $70.