Sea World Orlando is gearing up for summer season, where guests can enjoy longer opening hours and additional shows! Starting May 29th and running through August 15th, Sea World will invite guests to “Stay for the Encore” with Sea World After Dark.
Sea World After Dark transforms daytime favorites into nighttime spectacles, showcasing the park in a whole new light! Guests will enjoy a nighttime rock n’ roll extravaganza, a high-energy Shamu show, a hilarious sea lion show and a mystifying fireworks finale.
Shamu Rocks (8:00 pm and 9:15 pm)
Shamu Rocks is a spectacular rock n’ roll killer whale show that wows audiences of all ages. The show is a high-energy concert of unprecedented proportions, combining awe-inspiring killer whales with a stunning light show and music from some of the hottest rock stars in the industry.
Check out this video of Shamu Rocks:
Keep in mind – as far as we know, the trainers are still not actually going into the water and performing with the whales, as depcited in the video. After the tragic accident involving Dawn Brancheau a couple of months ago, Sea World made the decision to cease in-water interactions between the whales and trainers until they were able to review their saftey procedures.
Sea Lions Tonight (6:45 pm and 8:15 pm)
Sea World’s popular sea lion comedic duo takes the laughs into the night. Hilarious hijinks ensue in the evening show as the park’s talented sea lions, otters and walrus parody other favorite Sea World shows and interactions. This show is an industry favorite, with Sea World employees themselves looking forward to it every year!
Reflections (9:50 pm)
Sea World comes to life in a spectacular celebration of soaring fountains and dazzling fireworks. Through the thrilling and inspirational music of Sea World’s most popular shows, families and friends will experience a wondrous connection that lights the night like never before! New this year – guests may now sit at Bayside Stadium to watch the show, rather than crowding around the Waterfront, where viewing may be obscured.