ORLANDO, Fla. — A nighttime spectacular returns to SeaWorld on Friday with social distancing measures in place.
Electric Ocean Remix will allow guests to stay late Friday and Saturday nights through the rest of the summer to enjoy dance music by a live DJ right after the sun sets. There will also be featured dancers and high-energy acts.
Social distancing measures will remain in place throughout the park, and guests will have designated areas to know where to stand for safe physical distancing from other guests, SeaWorld said.
“We are thrilled to be able to bring Orlando’s number one summer nighttime event, Electric Ocean, back to SeaWorld in a ‘remix’ that will keep all of our guests safe while allowing them to enjoy this electrifying event,” Park President Kyle Miller said in a statement. “Safety is a top priority for our park team, and we’ve worked hard to modify elements of Electric Ocean while keeping all of the energy and excitement that our guests have come to love with the launch of Electric Ocean Remix.”
For those looking for an animal encounter, Sea Lions Tonite returns to the park by popular demand feature Clyde and Seamore.
The extended nights will also feature Light Up the Sky, a new fireworks, music and pyrotechnic spectacular that can be viewed from anywhere around SeaWorld Lake beginning at 9 p.m. to close out the night.
The nighttime events will take place Fridays and Saturdays from July 24 through Sept. 5 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., with an extra show added on Sunday, Sept. 6, for Labor Day weekend.
Due to SeaWorld’s limited capacity, guests and annual passholders must reserve a spot in the park for the day they plan to attend. Click here to make your reservation.
SeaWorld earlier this month hosted a Fourth of July fireworks show.
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