August is an exciting time at Orlando theme parks. You can still experience the fun summer events while also getting a taste of what’s to come in the fall. Here’s what to do in Orlando this August:

Walt Disney World
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party - Walt Disney World cannot wait for Halloween, which is why Disney’s Magic Kingdom is brining Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party to the park this August! On select nights beginning August 17 through October 31, guests can enjoy the friendliest Halloween party with such fun as Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade, Happy HalloWishes Fireworks and Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular. The party also feature trick-or-treating and Disney characters dress in Halloween costumes.

Epcot International Food & Wine Festival - Get a taste of the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival this August. The annual foodie fare kicks off August 30 with more than 25 international marketplaces and kiosks, which offer tapas-sized portions of regional specialties. There are also seminars, special dining experiences with celebrity chefs, Eat to the Beat concerts and more.

SeaWorld Orlando
Electric Ocean - You still have all of August to experience SeaWorld Orlando’s summer nighttime event Electric Ocean. From now through September 2 enjoy the park in a whole new light with thrilling new shows, glowing sea creatures, DJs and a spectacular fireworks display.

Busch Gardens Tampa
Conservation Connections - On August 21, learn more about Busch Gardens Tampa’s latest conservation programs from the experts. Stay tuned for the latest speaker.

Free Beer is Here- From now until August 24, guests, 21 and over, can enjoy two free 7 oz. beers with many different beers being featured throughout the event. Beers featured include Miller and Bud Lite, Yuengling, Shock Top, MIA 305 and Founders All Day IPA. Free beer is included with park admission.

Bier Fest - Celebrate the finals days of summer with the brand new Bier Fest. Every weekend from August 25 through September 16, guests can taste over 100 beers from around the world. The new festival will also include live entertainment and contemporary fare that pays homage to a traditional Oktoberfest with a modern twist.