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SeaWorld releases new look inside Antarctica and free attraction theme song by Lauren Alaina

by Banks Lee

Preview of Antarctica  Empire of the Penguin ride at SeaWorld Orlando - YouTube.mp4_snapshot_00.19_[2013.05.08_17.52.24]

SeaWorld Orlando has released their first look inside the new attraction Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin, as well as announced a partnership with award-winning country artist Lauren Alaina to perform the official theme song for the new attraction, which opens May 24, 2013.

Preview of Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin ride at SeaWorld Orlando

Alaina recorded two songs for SeaWorld, including the theme song for the ride in Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin, and a remix version called “Antarctica: One World, One Family.” Alaina also will be performing the song live at SeaWorld Orlando for the attraction grand opening the week of May 24. The remix version is available for free download at www.SeaWorldOrlando.com/Antarctica.

“I have such great memories of growing up and going to SeaWorld with my family, so being a part of the theme park and their new attraction is so exciting,” said Alaina. “Recording the official theme song for the ride was so much fun – SeaWorld even brought a penguin named Pete to the studio to help inspire me!”

Lauren Alaina recording SeaWorld's Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin theme song

LA_SW7_1093B_Final_HIresAlaina is also the Special Olympics Project UNIFY Ambassador for North America and traveled to Pyeongchang, South Korea in January for the 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games. In celebration of this partnership and their mutual support, SeaWorld will make a donation to Special Olympics. A Special Olympics athlete and family members also will receive a special visit to SeaWorld Orlando for the grand opening of Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin, courtesy of Lauren Alaina.

“We’re excited to continue our strategy of expanding beyond family theme parks into different types of entertainment enterprises,” said Scott Helmstedter, Chief Creative Officer of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. “We’re so thrilled to welcome Lauren into our family and look forward to working with her on this project and many more into the future.”

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2 comments

Anonoymous May 8, 2013 - 11:05 pm

IMO the ride doesn’t look that great and looks kinda weird…I know my parents won’t like it due to the constant spinning of the vehicles and it seems too fantasy like instead of being about Antarctica. If anyone is familiar with Tokyo Disney’s Winnie the Pooh ride…Seaworld totally stole their ride system for this ride….just saying.

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Anonoymous May 8, 2013 - 11:13 pm

but in addition to what I just said…those are my feelings right now..they could change after I ride it

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