Guests visiting SeaWorld’s Seven Seas Food Festival can enjoy world-class entertainment each Saturday and Sunday at Bayside Stadium, all included with theme park admission. Today, SeaWorld has announced additional performances to look forward to:
· March 23 – The Commodores
· March 24 – 38 Special
· March 30 – Lindsey Stirling
· March 31 – Better Than Ezra with Tonic (5:00 p.m. start time)
· April 6 – Olga Tañon
· April 7 – Roots & Boots 90’s Electric Throwdown – Featuring Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin & Collin Raye
· April 13 – Jay Leno
· April 14 – Andy Grammer
· April 20 – Collective Soul
· April 21 – Tenth Avenue North
· April 27 – Postmodern Jukebox
· April 28 – Willie Colón
· May 4 – Macy Gray
· May 5 – Earth, Wind & Fire
Concerts are held at Bayside Stadium each Saturday and Sunday at 6:00 p.m. For the best seat in the house, guests can purchase reserved seating for select performances. Reserved seating opportunities are available online here.
New this year, guests are able to enjoy Seven Seas on Friday evenings from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. with all food and drink booths available to visit. For Friday’s in March, guests can “double your pour after 4” and take advantage of buy one get one free beverages that are available on the Seven Seas Food & Beverage Sampling Lanyards at participating festival locations.
A complete menu of the Seven Seas Food Festival dishes and drinks can be found onlinehere.
Best Way to Play:
The best way for guests to experience the Seven Seas Food Festival and all of the events at SeaWorld Orlando is with an Annual Pass, starting as low as $10.99 a month for Florida residents. Bronze blockout dates may apply. Special members-only benefits such as discounts on dining and shopping make the Annual Pass especially valuable to enjoy SeaWorld’s events throughout the year.
For more information, park hours and to purchase tickets, visitwww.SeaWorldOrlando.com. Follow SeaWorld on Facebook and Instagram for the latest Seven Seas Food Festival details and information.
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