SeaWorld San Diego’s Lunar New Year is packed with plenty of festive fun, food, and good fortune for everyone.
This festival celebrating the Chinese New Year will offer Chinese acrobats, cultural cuisine, traditional performances, and an all-new “Pig Garden,” where guests can meet some of SeaWorld’s rescued potbellied pigs up close.
This event kicks off this weekend on Feb. 2-3 and continues Feb. 9-10 and 15-18, 2019.
Highlights of this year’s Lunar New Year celebration include:
- The Year of the Pig “Pig Garden” – Guests will have the chance to meet some of SeaWorld San Diego’s rescued pigs in an up-close encounter near the Skytower. These potbellied pigs were taken in from rescue organizations and have since become a part of the park’s “Pets Rule!” family.
- Chinese Acrobatics – An all-new teeter board act will be featured as part of a new 25-minute show in the Mission Bay Theater by the Chinese Acrobatics of Hebei. In addition to the teeter board, other performances include contortion, lion dancing, and juggling.
- Lunar New Year Festival Area – Located south of the SeaWorld Skytower, this festival area offers cultural entertainment including Taiko drummers, lion dancers, and fan dancers.
- Animal Visits – Guests will be able to get up close and personal with SeaWorld’s Eurasian eagle owl, Asian small-clawed river otter, and other animals.
- Culinary Offerings – SeaWorld’s Lunar New Year festival will be filled with Asian-inspired offerings, including ramen, stir fry, bao sandwiches, aroma teas and more.
Lunar New Year at SeaWorld San Diego is included with theme park admission. To learn more about this year’s festivities, and to purchase tickets, visit SeaWorld.com/San-Diego.