SeaWorld Orlando is offering more than just sea animals and thrills this spring. From now through May 8, the Orlando theme park invites guests to enjoy eats and sips inspired by cultures from across the Seven Seas during Orlando’s largest theme park food festival. The international food experience takes guests across the globe with new markets from Ireland and Sicily joining such favorites as the Caribbean, Asia, Brazil and more. The foodie fun takes place every Thursday through Sunday through May 8.

Here are some samples of the foods and drinks guests can enjoy at the Seven Seas Food Festival:

 The All-New Irish Market lures in guests with a Ruben Egg Roll, Classic Mini Shepard's Pie, Braised Lamb Pie, and Glazed Corn Beef

  • Enjoy the flavors of Sicily with select wines and specialty cocktails like the New Amaro, Limoncello and Gra'it Verra Grappa Italiana.

  • The Gulf Coast Market brings sea favorites to your plate including Gulf Gumbo featuring shrimp, sausage and a Cajun broth

What’s an international meal without a cocktail? In addition to the food, this year’s festival includes an impressive beverage menu with more than 75 speciallty cocktails and wines, as well as more than 75 craft beers from Florida and beyond.  Enjoy the festival’s beer garden with such brews as High Stepper from Crooked Can, Jai Alai from Cigar City, Free Dive from Coppertail, I-4, from Orlando Brewing, Big Nose from Swamp Head and Hop Gun from Funky Buddha.


The international fun doesn’t stop with food and drink either. The Seven Seas Food Festival will also feature artists from across genres performing their biggest hits. Pair your Reuben Egg Roll and I-4 beer with rock, country, Latin or 90s throwback songs.  Here are the remaining concert headliners:

  • Feb. 19 - Vanilla Ice

  • Feb. 20 - Village People

  • Feb. 26 - ASIA featuring John Payne

  • Feb. 27 - To Be Announced

  • March 5 - To Be Announced

  • March 6 - To Be Announced

  • March 12 - Tribute Artists with concerts at 2 p.m. (Absolute Queen), 4 p.m. (Absolute Def Leppard) and 6 p.m. (Highway to Hell)

  • March 13 - LOCASH

  • March 19 - Everclear

  • March 20 - Steve Augeri, former lead vocalist of Journey

  • March 26 - To Be Announced

  • March 27 - To Be Announced

  • April 10 - Flo Rida

Even if you can’t make a concert you can still catch live music throughout the day as DJs, local bands and performers jam out in the park. You can even enjoy some Mardi Gras fun with the pop-up Mardi Gras parade and street party in the Wild Arctic Plaza Feb. 24 through March 6. And as if that wasn’t exciting enough, don’t forget to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in the Street in the Wild Arctic Plaza and a DJ dance party April 29 through May 9.

Don’t miss SeaWorld Orlando’s Seven Seas Food Festival now through May 8 with discounted tickets right here on Best of Orlando.