SeaWorld Orlando’s Seven Seas Food Festival has returned with even more dates, concerts, international markets and fun than ever before! In case you need more reasons to visit here are seven:
The Seven Seas Food Festival takes you on a culinary journey with samples from around the globe. You’ll find 19 International Markets throughout the park. Market options include All-American, Asian, Brazilian, Coca-Cola Market, Cuban, Dominican Republic, Florida, German, Gulf Coast, Italian, Jamaican, Mediterranean, Mexican, North Atlantic, Pacific Coast, Polynesian, Puerto Rican, Sweets and Vegan.
Sample Wine, Craft Beer & Cocktails
With delicious international street food comes delicious international drinks. Sip on SeaWorld Orlando’s largest collection of beer, wines and spirits with 70+ craft beers and 50+ wines and spirits to choose from. Make sure you try Asia’s Frozen Lagoon Punch with Lychee Liqueur, Blue Curacao and Club Soda and Cuba’s Caribbean Sunset with house made lemonade, orange juice, grenadine and Sprite.
Save room for dessert! Cap your day of sampling off with a sweet treat. Many of the markets serve up their own desserts but it’s the Sweets Market you’ll really want to try if you must end your meal with a treat, particularly a donut. The market serves up Donut Ice Cream Sandwich - a cinnamon dusted donut stuffed with vanilla ice cream and rolled in your favorite topping; Loaded Mini Donut Bites - chocolate, caramel, whipped cream, nuts and a cherry and A Baker’s Dozen: Warm Cinnamon and Sugar Mini Donuts.
Food Sampling Lanyard
To get a taste of the full experience of the festival while also saving money check out the Sampling Lanyard. Choose from two options - one which allows up to 10 items from the food kiosk and the other, which covers up to 15 items.
Listen to a Live Concert
Guests can enjoy a concert from some of today’s hottest artists every Saturday and Sunday at Bayside Stadium. See acts like Lifehouse, Lee Brice, Coolio, Bret Michaels and more. Concerts are included in park admission.
Ride a Roller Coaster
You may be there for the food and drink, but you can stick around for the thrills. SeaWorld Orlando is home to some top-rated coasters. If you like to pair your food with flips check out the monster coaster Kraken. Or take a deep dive into Orlando’s tallest, fastest and longest coaster Mako. You can even soar in the sea on SeaWorld’s smoothest track Manta.
Visit on a Friday Night
New for 2019, Friday nights will be even more exciting when the festival opens their culinary markets from 4-9 p.m. Swing by after school or work and enjoy some bites and brews and then head back the next day for a full day of adventure.
SeaWorld Orlando’s Seven Seas Food Festival ends May 5.