Food And Drinks

SeaWorld Orlando celebrates Cinco De Mayo at the Seven Seas Food Festival


ORLANDO, Fla. – SeaWorld Orlando said Friday it will be celebrating Cinco De Mayo a little earlier during its Seven Seas Food Festival later this month.

Starting April 30th, guests can attend the Mexican themed celebration. New items are added to the Seven Seas Food Festival menu, live music, a socially distant DJ dance party, and a festival near the theme park’s Wild Artic Plaza. SeaWorld said all live entertainment will be from noon every day.

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New flavors for diners to enjoy include the park’s classic Elote, drunken shrimp tostadas, beef barbacoa tacos, and delicious beers and cocktails.

SeaWorld Orlando celebrates Cinco De Mayo

The Seven Seas Food Festival has been running since February, offering guests the chance to sample more than 200 unique flavors, including dozens of different dishes, craft beers, wines, and spirits across the theme park.

The event will take place on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until May 9th. Most dining options are open from 11 a.m. to park near the park.

In addition to the weekends, the Cinco De Mayo celebrations also take place on May 5th.

The event is free with park entry, which requires a reservation.


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Janet Smith