Summer Line Up at SeaWorld

They’re ba-a-a-ack! Your favorite seasonal shows at SeaWorld, that is, along with some newcomers. It all starts on May 24 and runs through Labor Day, September 1. Here’s the line up:

Returning are Shamu Rocks, a nightime show that ditrches the edutainment for sheer fun to loud rock music, and Mistify, a sound, light, and water show in the central lagoon.

New this year is Bayside Ski Jam at Bayside Stadium (where else?), which is described thusly: “An all-new, nighttime action-packed ski show that jams on the lake and in the sky. The art of water sport merges with fun, funky music to provide plenty of fast-paced action. Bayside Ski Jam will feature expert skiers using the water as their stage to entertain guests.”

They are also offering a five-hour SeaWorld Night Adventure Tour for $100 (plus tax) that “provides front-of-line access to Kraken and Journey to Atlantis, plus reserved seating at two of the park’s amazing night shows, such as Shamu Rocks. This tour is for adults over 21 only and includes dinner and a visit to the Brewmaster’s Club to sample from a wide variety of fresh beers and new products from the Anheuser-Busch portfolio.”

All of this is under the umbrella title of SeaWorld After Dark.

During the day, there will be animal themed entertainment at Seafire Inn’s Wild Things. Here’s what the press release says:

Animals from around the globe take the stage during a twenty minute multi-media presentation as diners treat their taste buds on a tour of some of the world’s favorite flavors. Seafire Inn’s Wild Things rotates through-out the day, with never the same show back to back. Exotic animals from Africa, South America, and North America are presented in this fun and informative experience daily between noon and 4 p.m. Guests will also have the opportunity to step outside and have an up-close encounter with some of SeaWorld’s animal friends. Delicious food and fascinating animals make Seafire Inn’s Wild Things a “don’t miss” adventure at SeaWorld’s Waterfront.

This will take place (i’m guessing) in the interior dinner theater space where the Makahiki Luau is held in the evenings. No mention was made of special pricing. In earlier daytime shows in this space, you just grabbed your food from the cafeteria line, wandered in, and found a seat.

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