SeaWorld announces new lineup of Summer Nights festivities



SeaWorld is trying to keep the party going well into the night. From June 20 to August 8, SeaWorld is inviting guests to come experience various events and festivities as part of the park's "Summer Nights" series. 

According to SeaWorld's press release, the events include:

Celebrate America Concert Series - Taking place every Saturday and Sunday, guests can attend a variety of concerts featuring various artists and music genres, complete with all-American grub and daily happy hour specials. Concerts will be held in the Nautilus Theater and are included with park admission. SeaWorld pass holders can claim a complimentary brew sample.

Clyde & Seamore's Sea Lion High - This nighttime sea lion comedy show features performances by sea lions, walruses and otters, held in an aquatic-themed high school.

Shamu's Celebration: Light Up The Night - A returning show for late night park attendees, this performance includes original music accompanied by Seaworld's killer whales. Shamu Stadium will host this event, featuring specialized lighting, backdrops and a finale complete with fireworks.

Late-Night Thrills - Guests can jump on various roller coasters after the sun sets, including the Kraken coaster and the Manta, a facedown, headfirst roller coaster where riders can glide like a manta ray, among others. 

Aquatica - Starting July 3, SeaWorld is launching a new beach party every Friday and Saturday through August 8, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Island Nights showcases live DJs, dancing on the beach and a custom evening menu at Waterstone Grill, all included with park admission to Aquatica. 

For more information, park hours and to purchase tickets, visit

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