The popular Craft Beer Festival has returned to SeaWorld Orlando and will take place on Saturday and Sunday until September 20, with a limited capacity to ensure the health and safety for all guests. The festival will have more than 100 craft brews, which will have a mix of domestic and local Florida brews, as well as having the choice of over 20 food items expertly chosen to pair well with the brews there.
To ensure physical distancing, all of the food and beverage locations will be spread out throughout the park, and staff will be following modified serving procedures. There will be larger areas for guests to sit and the ability for guests to use touchless transactions at all locations of the festival.
You can save money by purchasing a Craft Beer Festival Tasting Lanyard, which is valid at 18 different stations located throughout the park. For more details about the festival, check SeaWorld’s website here. All guests with Annual Passes, Fun Cards or existing tickets must make a reservation online for the day they plan to visit, which can be done here.
We couldn’t be happier to host our annual ‘Craft Beer Festival’, modified to reflect enhanced health and safety protocols, including limited capacity, to give guests the chance to delight their senses. By spreading the festival booths out across the entire park, guests can safely enjoy all of the amazing beer and beer-inspired food, along with our award-winning attractions while maintaining proper physical distancing.
Kyle Miller, SeaWorld Orlando Park President.
SeaWorld is also getting ready for the next two events it will have, SeaWorld Spooktacular and SeaWorld Orlando’s Christmas Celebration. The Halloween event will return September 19 and continue to November 1, and will be included in park admission. It will be a daytime event where guests can explore a trick or treat trail and meet some silly Halloween characters along the way. The Christmas event will run from November 23 to December 31 on select nights, and is included with park admission. There will be live shows, food and holiday shopping, all designed with enhanced health and safety measures.