With more two months to go in its 2019 Seven Seas Food Festival, SeaWorld Orlando has announced the complete lineup of bands — and a certain former “Tonight Show” host — that will be gracing the Bayside Stadium stage.
The first month of the festival included acts like Sugar Ray, Flo Rida and 98 Degrees. Having already featured one member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (Frankie Valli), the concert series will feature another when Earth, Wind & Fire performs on May 5, the final day of the festival.
Here’s the complete lineup for the remainder of the fest:
- March 2: Lifehouse
- March 3: Cole Swindell
- March 9: Lee Brice with LoCash (5 p.m. start time)
- March 10 — I Love the ‘90s, featuring En Vogue, Kid N Play, Coolio, Tone Loc, Rob Base, Young MC (5 p.m. start time)
- March 16: Bret Michaels
- March 17: Gente De Zona
- March 23: The Commodores
- March 24: 38 Special
- March 30: Lindsey Stirling
- March 31: Better Than Ezra with Tonic (5 p.m. start time)
- April 6: Olga Tañon
- April 7: Roots & Boots 90’s Electric Throwdown – Featuring Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin & Collin Raye
- April 13: Jay Leno
- April 14: Andy Grammer
- April 20: Collective Soul
- April 21: Tenth Avenue North
- April 27: Postmodern Jukebox
- April 28: Willie Colón
- May 4: Macy Gray
- May 5: Earth, Wind & Fire
Besides the two exceptions noted above, the concerts will be held on Saturdays and Sundays beginning at 6 p.m. The concerts are included with regular admission to SeaWorld Orlando, though select shows will offer a limited number of reserved seats in advance for between $10 and $50 per seat.