SeaWorld Orlando has announced the initial slate of concerts for its Seven Seas Food Festival, which runs from Feb. 9 through May 5.
While this year’s festival will include some Friday evening activities beginning on Feb. 15, the concerts will all be held on Saturdays and Sundays at 6 p.m. The acts on the schedule — which will be expanded at a later date — span from Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons to ‘80s hair metal frontman Bret Michaels to ‘90 boy band 98 Degrees.
Here’s the full lineup announced by SeaWorld:
- Feb. 9: The Fray
- Feb. 10: Sugar Ray
- Feb. 16: Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
- Feb. 17: Little River Band
- Feb. 23: Flo Rida
- Feb. 24: 98 Degrees
- 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
All concerts will take place at the park’s Bayside Stadium and are included with regular admission. Select shows will offer reserved seating in advance for $10 to $50 per seat.
The main focus of the festival is its 19 themed marketplaces. Culinary options range from Brazilian picanha steak to a Pacific cost-style Baja fish tacos to vegan fare like avocado corn tostadas. Each marketplace will also feature their own special beverages, like the Jack Daniel’s Cowboy Punch available at the All-American Market.
Guests to the festival can buy special “sampling lanyards” to package their food and drink options together. $50 gets you up to 10 food and drink samples, while $60 gets you 15.