Jun 24

SeaWorld Orlando’s 4th of July Weekend Celebration

Fourth of July weekend is coming up and it is time to start making plans! Check out what SeaWorld Orlando has going on for the whole family.

Military Appreciation Morning On July 1, SeaWorld Orlando will be opening the park gates one hour early for U.S. active duty military, veterans and up to three guests. Spin, glide, skim and fly on Manta or brave Orlando’s tallest, fastest and longest coaster, Mako during exclusive ride time before park opening. Advance ticket and military ID required; visit WavesOfHonor.com for current active duty and veteran ticket offers.

Weekend ConcertsOn July 2 and 3, guests can enjoy performances from Country music icon Lee Greenwood at Bayside Stadium. Greenwood has more than 30 albums to his credit and has received numerous industry awards including Grammy Top Male Vocal Performance and Male Vocalist with Country Music Association. Concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. and are included with park admission. Reserved seating available for $15, visit SeaWorldOrlando.com for details.

Fireworks Display This Fourth of July, families and friends can enjoy one of Orlando’s most magnificent fireworks displays at SeaWorld Orlando. The night sky will light up as bursts of bright colors fill the air during this spectacular, patriotic-inspired show featuring the 13th Army Band, Florida National Guard. Fireworks are included with park admission and can best be viewed from Bayside Stadium, show begins at 10 p.m.

  • VIP Fireworks Viewing Patio- Enjoy this private VIP Hillside Patio to view the Fourth of July fireworks at SeaWorld. Included in the purchase is this VIP area to watch the fireworks along with one drink ticket redeemable for a beer, wine or soda and dessert selection. Prices starting from $49.00.

  • Fourth of July Fireworks Reserved Seating- Reserve your seat in advance by purchasing Fourth of July Fireworks Reserved Seating online. Prices starting from $29.00.

In addition to all the fun festivities happening 4th of July weekend, SeaWorld Orlando has just opened Orlando’s tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster, Mako. Known for its relentless air time and high speeds, this hypercoaster is a favorite amongst coaster enthusiasts. Surge through the wreckage of a sunken ship and experience the ocean as an apex predator all while reaching top speeds of 73mph, plunging 200ft and speeding along nearly a mile long track. Guests can also experience our two acre realm— Shark Wreck Reef — that also includes SeaWorld’s existing Shark Encounter attraction, interactive learning exhibits and dining and shopping options.

For more information, park hours and to purchase tickets, visit SeaWorldOrlando.com. Events and times are subject to change. Follow SeaWorld on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram for the latest Summer of Mako and 4th of July news. Join the conversation with #SeaWorld and #SummerOfMako.