SeaWorld parks are offering some new special events to entice fans to visit this fall.
We told you earlier about the SeaWorld Spooktacular Halloween event, which is running at parks in Orlando, San Antonio and even San Diego, which is open for limited operations as a zoo under California's pandemic reopening rules. Today, SeaWorld announced new events that will be coming up after Halloween for Orlando and San Antonio.
In Orlando, the park will be bringing back its Inside Look event, with an all-new Trainer Talk. The socially-distanced talks about animal rescue, care, and husbandry will take place in behind-the-scenes animal-care facilities that the park will open to the public for the event. SeaWorld Orlando's Inside Look takes place Saturdays and Sundays from November 7 through 15 and is included with park admission. You can learn more about the event on SeaWorld Orlando's website and get discounted SeaWorld Orlando tickets through our travel partner.
In San Antonio, the park is throwing its first-ever Fiesta del Mar. The new event celebrates Hispanic heritage with "the vibrant colors, lights, smells, and sounds of old Mexico." The event runs Fridays through Sundays, starting November 6 and continuing through November 15.
The event fill feature street food vendors selling nachos, tacos, tostadas, roasted corn, churros, mangonadas and San Antonio's chicken on a stick. Drink specials will include Modelo, Modelo Negra, Dos Equis, and Tecate beers, as well as margaritas and non-alcoholic beverages. Local bands The Chisme and Selena tribute band Bidi Bidi Banda will perform, and each night will wrap up with a a Fiesta del Mar fireworks show, set to Latin music.
Our travel partner has discounted SeaWorld San Antonio tickets available on its website.
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