SeaWorld San Diego announces new events for 2021

by Attractions Magazine Staff

SeaWorld San Diego is gearing up for a sea of surprises with all-new events throughout the year for guests to enjoy, and also the return of their usual popular seasonal activities.

By Eric Oh

New for 2021 is the debut of Howl-O-Scream. This event takes the same name from the company’s events at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, Busch Gardens Williamsburg and SeaWorld San Antonio. Howl-O-Scream is an adult-oriented event, taking cues from some of the most popular haunts in the theme park industry. The event features haunted houses, scare zones and live entertainment. It will run on select dates Sept. – Oct. 2021.

This is the park’s second attempt at a “haunted” event, formerly called Terrors of the Deep in the early 2000’s, which offered walk-through attractions, entertainment and special animal presentations.

SeaWorld San Diego will continue with Halloween Spooktacular on select dates Sept. – Oct. 2021. Kids can dress up in their Halloween costumes during the day, go trick-or-treating around the park and enjoy live entertainment.

Other new events in 2021 include Sesame Street Kids’ Weekend, running select dates May – June; and SeaWorld BBQ and Brews, running select dates Sept. – Oct.

Fan favorites will also return. Look out for the Seven Seas Food Festival this spring, Electric Ocean this summer and Christmas Celebration this winter.

SeaWorld San Diego is now open Fridays – Sundays and select holidays. It operates as a licensed, permitted and accredited zoo. However, rides and select attractions remain closed due to the State of California’s COVID-19 guidelines. SeaWorld San Diego requires advanced reservations for all guests, including pass members.

Guests can take advantage of a 2021 Fun Card at a discounted price of $89.99 through Feb. 21st. The Fun Card grants admission every day through the end of the calendar year.

Visit SeaWorldSanDiego.com for more information.


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