Foreigner and Alabama added to SeaWorld's Bands, Brew & BBQ Festival


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Legendary hard rockers Foreigner and Alabama will be jamming on stage at SeaWorld later this month.

The two groups have joined the lineup for SeaWorld's Bands, Brew & BBQ Festival, which is set to start this weekend and continue every Saturday and Sunday until March 6.

If you're looking to catch their sets, you'll want to venture over to the park next week, with Alabama headlining the stage Feb. 27 and Foreigner on Feb. 28. 

But hey, if you're a classic and country rock-loving kind of person, the rest of the event might be something to look into as well. Throughout the festival's duration, there'll be other performances of said musical variety (Scotty McCreery, Dennis DeYoung, etc.) on the main stage as well as a few local acts jamming out on a secondary one. 

As the name so blatantly implies, barbecue and beer will be served up to those who wish to take it, but if that's not your thing, there's always the Harley-Davidson and classic car exhibits to check out. Animal encounters and quick line dancing lessons will be held to keep the kiddos entertained too.

All headlining shows, such as the Alabama and Foreigner ones, will start at 4 p.m., but the event itself starts at noon.

Access to the Bands, Brew & BBQ Festival is given to anyone with a ticket to SeaWorld.

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