Wednesday, April 14, 2021

SeaWorld Orlando Lights Up The Night With Two New Summer Shows

Orlando, FL, USA — Summer officially started at SeaWorld Orlando and runs through August 10, featuring two all-new shows: Generation Nature LIVE and Shamu’s Celebration: Light Up The Night.   

The nighttime show, Shamu’s Celebration: Light Up The Night, is a high-energy show featuring new, original music and production elements, as well as new killer whale behaviors. Shamu Stadium is transformed with stylistic lighting and colorful backdrops to create a social and celebratory atmosphere, guided by a host each night, and ending with a fireworks finale.

The new weekend daytime show, Generation Nature LIVEconnects guests with animals, explores nature and helps guests discover how they can protect wildlife and their habitats. During each show, guests will have the opportunity to meet the SeaWorld leaders in animal rescue, rehabilitation and preservation as they share their unique stories about a variety of rescued animals they care for. The Generation Nature program is all about inspiring kids to be Game Changers for nature. After the show, guests can meet animals up close at the all-new SEA Garden.

Returning Summer Favorites at SeaWorld include:

 Sea Lions Tonight

Guests can kick back and have a hearty laugh with comedic duo, Clyde and Seamore, at Sea Lions Tonite Hilarious hijinks ensue as SeaWorld’s popular pair of sea lions, otters and walrus parody other favorite daytime SeaWorld shows and attractions.

 Shamu Dance Party

When the sun goes down, join Shamu’s Dance Party with Shamu & Friends at the Village Square located at the front of the park. The party begins every night one hour prior to park closing and continues 30 minutes afterwards.  With countless bubbles floating overhead and crazy lights illuminating the square, this summer’s celebration is sure to provide non-stop fun for all ages.

And continuing this summer is SeaWorld’s 50th Celebration bringing pathways to life with oceans of spontaneous entertainment and a “Sea of Surprises”.

www.seaworld.com

Photo courtesy Eric M Davis

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