Electric Ocean returns to SeaWorld Orlando with physical distancing

by Brittani Tuttle

As summer heats up, SeaWorld Orlando will come alive once again with Electric Ocean Remix, a modified version of the nighttime dance event.

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Image courtesy of SeaWorld Orlando

Starting July 24 and continuing on Fridays and Saturdays through Sept. 6, guests can stay late and enjoy electrifying dance music while maintaining a safe physical distance from others. The fun continues with Light Up the Sky, a fireworks and pyrotechnic spectacular that brings the ocean to the skies.

In addition to the fireworks, there will also be atmosphere entertainment on the Waterfront, where a DJ will be spinning tunes for those waiting for the big display. Guests will have designated areas to know where to stand for physical distancing from others, while still being able to enjoy the entertainment offerings. Dancers and other atmosphere acts will also be around to help get the party started!

All guests with existing tickets, Fun Cards, and Annual Passes will have to make a reservation in advance in order to visit.

“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,” said Kyle Miller, park president. “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.”

To learn more, visit SeaWorld.com/Orlando.


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1 comment

Frank July 24, 2020 - 8:22 pm

Well we showed up for this today, but left after ten minutes when it was apparent that almost half of the park-goers were not wearing masks as required. Not enforcing this rule is beyond irresponsible given the surge in cases Florida is seeing. We won’t be returning to SeaWorld anytime soon.

Attractions Magazine really should call SeaWorld out on this. Maybe some negative publicity will push them into action.


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