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  • ‘Just for Kids’ Weekends Coming to SeaWorld Orlando

    SeaWorld Orlando is launching a new event in 2018 dedicated to the park’s youngest guests. The event takes place on Saturday and Sunday, May 5th-May 6th and May 12th-May 13th, from 9 a.m. to park close. During “Just for Kids” weekends, SeaWorld’s youngest visitors can enjoy interactive entertainment and activities like: 1. Elmo Rocks: Elmo […]

  • Central Florida Theme Park Injury Reports for 1st Quarter of 2018 Released

    To remain exempt from major inspection, Central Florida theme parks must list all of their quarterly incidents and injuries with the state. This quarter’s report (January – March, 2018) covers a total of 6 incidents/injuries: 3 belonging to Disney, 2 to Universal, and 1 to SeaWorld. No injuries were reported for Busch Gardens or Legoland. […]

  • SEC Punishment Could Be in SeaWorld’s Future

    SeaWorld has recently disclosed that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has recommended they face consequences for possible violations of federal securities law. The SEC believes SeaWorld should be the subject of civil punishment or administrative hearings regarding allegations that they mislead investors as to the effects of the film Blackfish. SeaWorld is also currently fighting […]

  • SeaWorld’s Civil Lawsuit Delayed as Federal Investigation Proceeds

    It has been quite a few months since updates have been made public regarding two ongoing legal battles that SeaWorld Entertainment is fighting, and it appears that one of those cases will continue to wait its turn. A judge has ruled that an ongoing federal criminal investigation will once again take precedence; the class action […]

  • Seven Seas Food Festival Extended an Additional Two Weekends

    According to the Orlando Sentinel, SeaWorld Orlando’s Seven Seas Food Festival will now conclude on April 29, which is an extension of two weekends. The Seven Seas concert lineup will be adding four more performers for the additional festival days, but at this time the artists for the bonus performances have not been announced. The concert […]

  • Man Files Negligence Lawsuit Against SeaWorld Claiming Severe Leg Injury

    A complaint has been filed with the Orange County Circuit Court accusing SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment, LLC of negligence that lead to a Sarasota man’s leg being crushed. The purported incident occurred at the turnstile of SeaWorld Orlando’s Journey to Atlantis just over two years ago, on March 22nd, 2015. Ronald D. Mannarino’s lawsuit alleges […]

  • SeaWorld Announces CEO Joel Manby’s Departure

    SeaWorld has announced that SeaWorld CEO Joel Manby has resigned. Manby has held his leadership position since 2015. The company has been struggling for years with a decline in revenue along with the public’s perception of the company due to the anti-captivity documentary Blackfish. According to the Orlando Sentinel, “Attendance dropped nearly 3 percent in […]

  • First Performers Announced for SeaWorld Orlando’s Seven Seas Food Festival

    SeaWorld Orlando’s upcoming festival combining international cuisine and live entertainment has given us its first list of performers. The Seven Seas Food Festival takes place on weekends beginning February 17th and running through April 18th; here is the current slate of entertainers booked for the event: February 18th – Larry the Cable Guy February 17th […]

  • SeaWorld Partners with OCEARCH to Share Data with Public

    In an effort to spread valuable research information with not only scientists but the general public as well, SeaWorld has joined forces with OCEARCH. Through the use of their Global Shark Tracker, OCEARCH open-sources real-time data on a number of marine species that can be utilized by scientists and the public to add insight on […]