Universal Orlando adds Olympic accents ahead of the Tokyo Games
ORLANDO, Florida – Universal Orlando has added new dining options and other details ahead of the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.
What you need to know
- Universal Studios Florida gets in the Olympic mood
- Banners, stalls and food stalls were added ahead of the Tokyo Games
- The food stalls serve Japanese food and drinks
- A new preshow has been added to Universal’s lagoon show Cinematic Celebration
Banners and other signs with the rings and that appeared at Universal Studios Florida.
There are new food stalls in the park’s Music Plaza serving Japanese dishes and drinks. Menus include char siu rice bowl, lemongrass rice bowl, edamame, sushi, grilled matcha puffs, and Japanese highball and sake.
Huge banners from various athletes, including Noah Lyles and Simone Biles, can now also be seen on the Music Plaza stage.
At the weekend, Universal also debuted a new preshow for its Cinematic Celebration Lagoon Show. The five-minute presentation, titled “Celebrating the Olympic Games,” features scenes from past and present Olympic athletes projected onto water screens.
Meanwhile, the Olympic Games will take place from July 23rd to August 8th and will be broadcast on NBC.