MORE ARTISTS ANNOUCED FOR Seaworld’s Seven Seas Food Festival

MORE ARTISTS ANNOUCED FOR Seaworld’s Seven Seas Food Festival – Guests visiting SeaWorld’s Seven Seas Food Festival can enjoy local craft beers and exciting new flavors while exploring culinary marketplaces throughout the park on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from February 7 – May 3.


The Festival features world-class concerts every Saturday and Sunday at 6:00 pm at SeaWorld’s Bayside Stadium, included with theme park admission.  Today, SeaWorld has announced additional performances to look forward to:

  • March 7 – AJR
  • March 8 – Dylan Scott 
  • March 14 – Hunter Hayes
  • March 15 – Joe Nichols
  • March 21 – YES and Alan Parsons Live Project
  • March 22 – Edwin McCain
  • March 28 – Gin Blossoms
  • March 29 – Village People
  • April 4 – Jesse McCartney
  • April 5 – Gretchen Wilson
  • April 11 – Scotty McCreery
  • April 12 – Jeremy Camp
  • April 18 – Everclear
  • April 19 – Grand Funk Railroad and BLUE ÖYSTER CULT
  • April 25 – Vanilla Ice and C&C Music Factory
  • April 26 – Chris Janson
  • May 2 – Billy Ray Cyrus
  • May 3 – Sean Paul  


SeaWorld Orlando


February 7 – May 3, 2020

More Details:

For the best seat in the house, guests can purchase reserved seating for select performances. Reserved seating opportunities and the previously announced concerts are available online here.  

More Information:

A complete menu of the Seven Seas Food Festival dishes and drinks can be found online here.

Disclaimer: This event is subject to last minute cancellations and changes which might not be reflected in this post. Please always confirm with this family-friendly business by calling or clicking.

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