Wednesday, May 25, 2022

SeaWorld Orlando Announces Additional Concerts to Seven Seas Food Festival

SeaWorld Orlando today announced some exciting additions to their popular Seven Seas Food Festival Line-Up. The months-long celebration boasts over 200 chef and mixologist curated tastes inspired by cultures around the world. There are also 24 festival marketplaces to enjoy, now including Ireland and Sicily.

The following concerts have been added to the festival line-up (all concerts take place at 7:00 PM unless otherwise noted):

Saturday, April 9 Mike Donehey, lead singer of Tenth Avenue North
Sunday, April 10 – Flo Rida
Saturday, April 16 – Boyz II Men
Sunday, April 17 – Best of Both Worlds, Nuthin’ Fancy, In the Light of Led Zeppelin (2, 4 and 6:00 PM)
Saturday, April 23 – Let It Be, Bee Gees Now, Greggie and the Jets (2, 4 and, 6:00 PM)
Saturday, April 30 – Chase Bryant
Sunday, May 1 – Luis Fonsi
Saturday, May 7 – Cimafunk
Sunday, May 8 – Justin Quiles

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One of the best ways for guests to experience Seven Seas is with a SeaWorld Orlando 2022 Fun Card, which offers park admission through December 31, 2022, for one low price. For even more unbeatable benefits, guests can purchase a SeaWorld Orlando Annual Pass and enjoy 12 months of visits with special benefits like free parking, free guest tickets, access to special VIP events, savings on merchandise, and more.  Annual Passes as low as $13/month + tax with no down payment at SeaWorldOrlando.com.

In addition to year-round perks, SeaWorld Orlando Pass Members have special Seven Seas exclusives, including a Seven Seas Exclusive Pass Lanyard, which provides 18 food punches for the price of 15, as well as three free Seven Seas Samples for all Pass Members April 1-10 on event days.

Follow SeaWorld on Facebook and Instagram for the latest Seven Seas Food Festival details and information.

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