SeaWorld Orlando Announces Physically Distant ‘Light Up the Sky’ Fourth of July Fireworks Presentations

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This Fourth of July weekend, SeaWorld Orlando attendees can partake in a new fireworks spectacular called “Light Up The Sky,” followed by a fireworks finale that SeaWorld guests have loved for years!

With the safety and health of attendees in mind, the park is putting on three nights of fireworks promoting physical distancing. Shows will run from Friday, July 3 to Sunday, July 5, with festivities beginning at 9 p.m. each night. Guests can still watch the fireworks display with viewing spots from all around the SeaWorld’s large central lake. SeaWorld’s safety measures during this time include spaced seating, increased sanitation, additional park signage, additional staffing throughout the park, and additional exits will also be added for a safe exiting from the park after the display.

Park President, Kyle Miller, stated that,

Guest safety is our foremost priority, and to be able to maintain safe physical distancing while still providing amazing vantage points of the fireworks presentation, we have re-configured the annual fireworks display to be viewable from multiple locations. We are committed to creating a safe environment for our guests so they can spend a memorable, fun, and enjoyable holiday weekend with us.

You can read more about SeaWorld’s safety measures here and find the top five fireworks viewing locations here.

Admittance to the fireworks display is included with park admission, so be sure to reserve your day. To manage park capacity and maintain physical distancing, guests must make a reservation. Reservations can be made on the park’s website.

 

 

 

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