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Free Kids Tickets* for Choo Choo Soul Performance at SeaWorld

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Children’s musical sensation Choo Choo Soul will perform live concerts at SeaWorld Orlando on September 10 and 11. Join hip duo, Genevieve and DC, as they perform soulful and imaginative renditions of the ABC’s and 1-2-3’s children and adults can enjoy together. Concerts are included with park admission and take placeinside the Nautilus Theater at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday.

 

In addition to the concerts, SeaWorld will have several opportunities for guests to enjoy their weekend at the park including weekend exclusive games for children and additional animal interactions in the SEA Garden, plus special dining and reserved seating packages available at SeaWorldOrlando.com.

 

  • Brunch with Choo Choo Soul (September 10 and 11 at 10 a.m.) – Enjoy a delicious brunch and mingle with Genevieve and DC from Choo Choo Soul.  It’s a VIP experience not to be missed and sure to delight kids and parents alike.  Brunch offers a delicious menu filled with all your breakfast favorites, while Choo Choo Soul stops by for meet-and-greets, photos and imaginative fun. Children under 3 are free but require a reservation.  Park admission is required, but not included. Pricing begins at $29 per person and Pass Members receive a 10% discount.

 

  • Reserved Choo Choo Soul Seating Packages – Reserve prime seating at SeaWorld Orlando’s Nautilus Theater in advance for only $10 per person. Available for all show times, park admission is required, but not included.

 

For a limited time, kids play free at SeaWorld Orlando. Enjoy one free child admission (ages 3 – 9) with each full paid adult admission to SeaWorld Orlando. Offer ends September 30, 2016 and ticket must be used by October 16, 2016. Admission offer is only available online at SeaWorldOrlando.com.

 

To learn more about all of SeaWorld’s ticket offers and events, visit SeaWorldOrlando.com. Events and times are subject to change. Follow SeaWorld on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest special event information.

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Magic and Flying Fish Find a Fancy Home at Disney’s BoardWalk

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With hues that conjure up the deep blue sea, the re-imagined Flying Fish restaurant beckons guests to Disney’s BoardWalk with a contemporary, sophisticated interior that pays homage to the golden era of seaside boardwalk dining.

With hues that conjure up the deep blue sea, the re-imagined Flying Fish restaurant beckons guests to Disney's BoardWalk with a contemporary, sophisticated interior that pays homage to the golden era of seaside boardwalk dining. Flying Fish is a signature restaurant at Walt Disney World Resort and is open for dinner daily. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)

A clear-glass school of artful fish and bubbles is suspended from the stretched-fabric ceiling, adding a lightness to the dining room. White linens, wood, tiled walls and deep-blue carpet add a richness to the space that features an open kitchen and 191 seats. An elegant private dining area room at the back of the restaurant showcases part of the extensive wine collection.

With hues that conjure up the deep blue sea, the re-imagined Flying Fish restaurant beckons guests to Disney's BoardWalk with a contemporary, sophisticated interior that pays homage to the golden era of seaside boardwalk dining. Flying Fish is a signature restaurant at Walt Disney World Resort and is open for dinner daily. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)

The popular “Chef’s Counter” is redesigned, now with seating for 12 at three separate tables directly in front of the open kitchen, where a six-course dinner with its own menu is offered, said Chef Tim Majoras.With hues that conjure up the deep blue sea, the re-imagined Flying Fish restaurant beckons guests to Disney's BoardWalk with a contemporary, sophisticated interior that pays homage to the golden era of seaside boardwalk dining. Flying Fish is a signature restaurant at Walt Disney World Resort and is open for dinner daily. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)

Majoras, who was has been on the Flying Fish team since 2011, is at the helm in the kitchen, where sustainable fish is the star of the new menu. Starters include Blue Crab Bisque with jumbo lump crab, melted leeks, aged sherry and tarragon crème fraîche; corn-crusted wild Gulf shrimp, and Tour of the Coast with local middleneck clams, rock shrimp, icy blue mussels and Florida coast grouper cheek. Along with sustainable fish, entrées include planch-seared Hokkaido scallops; Wagyu filet mignon; Maine lobster Nero Pasta with golden tomato sauce, young artichokes and micro-lemongrass; Wild Alaskan King salmon; bison striploin, and a wood-fired Spanish octopus and Chilean sea bass combo.

New high-tech wine technology allows more special wines by the ounce, according to Stig Jacobsen, general manager and sommelier at Flying Fish. The restaurant has more storage capacity, with nearly 300 labels, and almost 80 by the glass. The popular wine flights are back, as well as an all-new cocktail menu.

AbracadaBar Lounge

AbracadaBar, a "curious cocktail lounge," combines the Golden Age of Magic with the magic of Disney storytelling to bring a whimsical experience to Walt Disney World Resort guests. Located at Disney's BoardWalk, AbracadaBar serves up signature specialty drinks amongst enchanted show posters, mystifying mirrors and vintage props and tricks. It is open daily from 4 p.m. to midnight. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)

Next door, the new AbracadaBar “curious cocktail lounge” combines the Golden Age of Magic with the magic of Disney storytelling, with whimsy in the design from the Walt Disney Imagineering (WDI) team that creates stories in true Disney fashion.

AbracadaBar, a "curious cocktail lounge," combines the Golden Age of Magic with the magic of Disney storytelling to bring a whimsical experience to Walt Disney World Resort guests. Located at Disney's BoardWalk, AbracadaBar serves up signature specialty drinks amongst enchanted show posters, mystifying mirrors and vintage props and tricks. It is open daily from 4 p.m. to midnight. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)According to WDI, the lounge was once a secret stomping ground for famous touring magicians, local boardwalk illusionists and the loveliest magician’s assistants of the day. After every magic show, these prestidigitators would gather at the bar, where they’d conjure up new cocktails, swap magic tips and tricks, and often stay up all night attempting to “out-charm” each other with their extraordinary illusions.

AbracadaBar, a "curious cocktail lounge," combines the Golden Age of Magic with the magic of Disney storytelling to bring a whimsical experience to Walt Disney World Resort guests. Located at Disney's BoardWalk, AbracadaBar serves up signature specialty drinks amongst enchanted show posters, mystifying mirrors and vintage props and tricks. It is open daily from 4 p.m. to midnight. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)

Look for cocktails such as “The Conjurita,” with Gran Centenario Plata Tequila, Cointreau, simple syrups and lime juice; the “Parlor Trick” with Four Roses Small Batch Bourbon, simple syrups and a splash of soda water, and “Pepper’s Ghost” with Cîroc Pineapple Vodka and habanero lime.

And, the story continues, it was on just such an evening that every single magician in the lounge vanished into thin air, never seen again. And after sitting vacant for nearly 70 years, the secret magician’s lounge is now back in the spotlight.

While it’s rumored that the magicians who frequented the lounge vanished without a trace decades ago, their magic still remains strongly intact, and can be seen, heard, and even savored in the bar’s signature cocktails. From its enchanted magic show posters and mystifying mirrors to vintage props and tricks left behind years ago, AbracadaBar is true immersion in Disney storytelling

 

RUM-TASTING Amazing Food a breathtaking view take Center Stage 

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Just a few weeks ago Universal Orlando opened its fifth on-site hotel, Loews Sapphire Falls Resort – a Caribbean-themed hideaway that transports guests to an island paradise. Universal Orlando’s newest on-site hotel features the destination’s largest resort-style pool, incredible amenities and several unique dining experiences, including Strong Water Tavern, an innovative and stylish hangout that pays tribute to a Caribbean favorite – rum.

 

Once inside Strong Water Tavern, guests can sample more than 60 different rums from across the Caribbean and order island-inspired cuisine from a tapas-style menu. 

This unique rum bar also ages a variety of rums in white oak barrels right there at the bar – providing an exceptional cocktail experience exclusive to Strong Water Tavern.

 

Today, Universal Orlando Resort is transporting you to the Caribbean by providing an insider’s look at the inspiration and specialty offerings found only at Strong Water Tavern.

The bar is very easily accessible for both guests with size and mobility issues! I highly recommend you stop by for a wonderful family a beverages and food!