There’s only one Halloween experience in at Orlando’s theme parks that is included with the price of general admission on all weekends in October. That’s SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween Spooktacular. It’s an ocean of fun and a great way to experience the park with kids young… Read More »SeaWorld Orlando Halloween Spooktacular is a great family value
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Discovery Cove is my favorite theme park in Orlando. As a boutique theme park, the attendance is limited so you never feel like the park is crowded. As an all-inclusive resort you can eat and drink… Read More »SeaWorld Discovery Cove offers Florida Resident Discount
This weekend, SeaWorld Orlando kicked off their Summer Nights promotion with concerts by country artists Trick Pony, and the return of a fan favorite, Shamu’s Celebration: Light Up the Night. SeaWorld invited The Disney Blog to check out Summer Nights, and I caught the first… Read More »SeaWorld Orlando Kicks Off Summer Nights with Trick Pony and Return of Shamu’s Celebration
SeaWorld Orlando premiered their new animal show Clyde and Seamore’s Sea Lion High on Thursday, April 16, 2015, and it was a big hit with those in attendance.
The show started with a pre-show example of training the sea lions to do certain behaviors. They explained that the sea lions can get up to 650 pounds, so the first thing they do is establish a relationship between the trainer and the animal. Then they can begin to train the animal based upon the trust in that relationship.
Also prior to the show, the audience is taught the Sea Lion High fight song, complete with lyrics on the screen. Don’t forget to buy your foam fingers and cheerleader poms before you come to school.
Then the show starts, and it’s a perfect showcase for the animals. The storyline is it’s graduation day at Sea Lion High, but we discover that Clyde and Seamore haven’t completed all the classes they need to graduate. Until they do, they’re not eligible for scholarships to go to Ocean University.
Clyde has to retake science and dance, while Seamore has to retake gym, drama, and dance. It was a creative way to keep the action continuous on stage while giving each animal breaks from the action. They also have lunch together, though one of them was definitely getting the best of the Lunch Lady.
Towards the end there is a huge crisis, and Clyde and Seamore have to apply what they’ve learned to save the day.Read More »Clyde and Seamore Go to School with Sea Lion High at SeaWorld Orlando
One of the best theme park festivals in Orlando is SeaWorld’s Bands, Brew & BBQ. Three things that go remarkably well together. The event brings big talent to the stage, and accomplished BBQ joints to the food pavilion. Plus you’ll get to sample a wide selection of beers from our nation’s best brewers.
The festival is scheduled weekends throughout March (7-8, 14-15, 21-22 and 28-29), and Bands, Brew & BBQ is included with regular park admission. I look forward to this event every year.
A few years ago, protestors mis-informed by the one-sided documentary Blackfish, caused some of the music acts to cancel their appearances. Since then SeaWorld has only been releasing the names of each act a few weeks ahead of the weekend. So far we know who will be performing the first two weekends. It’s an amazing lineup.
Scheduled performances now include:
Saturday, March 7: Toby Keith
Sunday, March 8: Lynyrd Skynyrd
Saturday, March 14: Rodney Atkins
Sunday, March 15: Kool & the Gang
Event festivities begin at 11:30 a.m. each weekend, with concerts at 4 p.m.Read More »Bands, Brew, & BBQ Festival Kicks off at SeaWorld Orlando tomorrow
Forget the Star Wars land rumor, we’re hearing that the price of a one-day admission ticket to the Magic Kingdom may soon rise from $99 to $105 and the other parks will rise from $94 to $99. It seems amazing that tickets are that expensive.… Read More »Are Walt Disney World ticket prices about to go up again?
Okay. They are celebrities in the nature conservation movement, but that still counts. It is true that a visit to SeaWorld Orlando during Wild Days will help guests connect even deeper to the wild and wonderful world we all share. In 2015, the weekend based series starts Jan. 24 and runs through Feb. 8. During Wild Days enjoy interactive shows, up-close animal experiences, and the opportunity to meet those celebrities, including for the first time Bindi Irwin, in the world of animal conservation.
Wild Days Include:
Jan. 24-25: Penguin Lovers’ Weekend
SeaWorld’s Animal Ambassador Julie Scardina returns to host a cool weekend in every sense of the word. Penguin lovers can unite for a refreshingly fun learning experience centered on these feathered friends. Guests will have the chance to meet many amazing animals and hear their compelling stories. Julie will share her story about her lifelong love of animals and the parks’ commitment to wildlife conservation. From 3:30 – 5:30 p.m., guests can continue the celebration at Antarctica: Empire of The Penguin Block Party, featuring a DJ, character appearances and up-close encounters with penguins.
Looking for an alternative Halloween experience that’s actually included with your theme park admission and not a seperate ticket event? I recommend SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular. It starts today, Oct. 4. This daytime event immerse you and your family in an underwater “fantasea” filled with trick-or-treating,… Read More »SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween Spooktacular kicks off with inclusive fun