SeaWorld Orlando is kicking off 2023 with the return of the popular Seven Seas Food Festival, and it’s bringing ALL-NEW flavours to the theme park. Orlando’s largest theme park food festival runs from February 3 – May 7, and guests will get to taste flavours from around the world while strolling between award-winning attractions and incredible animal presentations. Foodies and families alike will find more than 200 food and drink offerings inspired by cultures from around the world at international marketplaces scattered throughout the park. These marketplaces showcase foods from Italy, Ireland, Brazil, Germany, Asia and beyond.
In addition to all the incredible cultural culinary offerings that will be stationed around the park during the Seven Seas Food Festival, we’re excited to introduce ALL NEW full-service menu items at Sharks Underwater Grill.
Food isn’t the only star of the show at SeaWorld Orlando’s Seven Seas Food Festival. Guests can try the ALL-NEW Caribbean Moonshine Tasting booth located next to Seafire Grill. Plus there are also ALL-NEW refreshing cocktails guests can enjoy while savouring their way around the world at this year’s Seven Seas Food Festival. Guests can also relax with an ice-cold beer at the Seven Seas Food Festival beer garden or at Flamecraft Bar, which will feature several local and regional brews.
SeaWorld Orlando’s Seven Seas Food Festival is not just about delicious eats and refreshing sips from around the world. The festival also features an incredible concert series guests will not want to miss. Concerts will take place every Saturday and Sunday during the festival at Bayside Stadium, and will feature a taste of Rock, Country, Latin, Hip Hop, R&B and 90s throwbacks – all included with park admission. This year’s headliners include:
- February 4: En Vogue (R&B)
- February 5: REO Speedwagon (Rock)
- February 11: The Commodores (Funk & Soul)
- February 18: Collective Soul (Rock)
- February 19: Jerry Rivera (Latin)
- February 25: Don McLean (Rock)
- February 26: Ludacris (Hip Hop)
- March 4: Joey Fatone & Friends (Pop)
- March 26: Eli Young Band (Country)
… and many more performers to be announced!