Hey Fans! In case you haven’t heard, 2011 is a really exciting year for SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. We’re opening ten – that’s right, ten – new attractions in our parks across the country! Here’s a quick download on everything that’s coming to your favorite parks this year.
We love our fans and wanted you to be some of the first to hear about the exciting new killer whale show opening at our three SeaWorld parks this spring and summer.
If you know a child between the ages of 2 and 5 who loves animals, here is a great way to spend 3 days in February: sign up for the “Busch Babies” series.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay introduces a new show to its already amazing daily entertainment lineup. Sweet Music: The Sounds of the Motor City features more than a dozen singers and dancers paying tribute to popular songs of the Motown era.
The new show, which debuted last week in the Marrakesh Theater, opens with a fast-paced, colorful rendition of Martha And The Vandellas’ Dancing in the Street.
Family band ShaeLaurel will be performing at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay now through Jan. 16, bringing their fast-paced brand of pop music -- with an Irish folk flair -- back to Busch Gardens with daily shows at the Desert Grill.
University of Florida Gators and Penn State University Nittany Lions Dare to Tackle SheiKra Before the 25th Outback Bowl
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay will host the University of Florida Gators and Penn State University Nittany Lions on Tuesday, Dec. 28. Players, coaches and fans will experience the 335-acre adventure park’s many exotic animal encounters, live shows and thrilling rides as they enjoy an unforgettable day.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment wishes you and your family a very Merry Christmas!
Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy is a spectacular new show featuring talent from all over the world from Ukraine to China. But it’s important to note that many of the performers are from right here – Tampa Bay. Ericka Womack-Brown is one of the three female dancing ensemble roles in the show. She graduated from the University of Tampa in 2006.