Earth Wind & Fire, Jay Leno and more coming to SeaWorld Orlando's Seven Seas Food Festival


SeaWorld Orlando just announced Earth, Wind & Fire, Jay Leno and Andy Grammer will join their list of performers at the Seven Seas Food Festival. 

The Seven Seas Food Festival is going on now through May 5, with performances every Saturday and Sunday. SeaWorld's lineup also includes Lifehouse, Bret Michaels and 38 Special.

According to a press release, the weekend performances will be held at SeaWorld's Bayside Stadium at 6 p.m. Tickets for the event start at $10.

Here's the entire list of performances:

- March 2 – Lifehouse
- March 3 – Cole Swindell
- March 9 – Lee Brice with LOCASH
- March 10 – I Love the 90s featuring Coolio, En Vogue, Kid N Play, Rob   Base, Tone Loc, and Young MC
- March 16 – Bret Michaels
- March 17 – Gente de Zona
- March 23 – The Commodores
- March 24 – 38 Special
- March 30 – Lindsey Stirling
- March 31 – Better Than Ezra with Tonic (5:00 p.m. start time)
- April 6 – Olga Tañón
- April 7 – Roots & Boots 90’s Electric Throwdown – Featuring Sammy   Kershaw, Aaron Tippin & Collin Raye
- April 13 – Jay Leno
- April 14 – Andy Grammer
- April 20 – Collective Soul · April 21 – Tenth Avenue North
- April 27 – Postmodern Jukebox
- April 28 – Willie Colón
- May 4 – Macy Gray
- May 5 – Earth, Wind & Fire

Guests can enjoy food and drinks from around the world at the Seven Seas Food Festival, from jambalaya to mofongo to food for vegans. The event starts at 4 p.m. and runs until the park closes. For a complete menu, check out their website. 

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