SeaWorld Orlando’s Seven Seas Food Festival Returns Feb 7 – May 3, 2020 .. #SeaWorldOrlando #SevenSeasFoodFest

SeaWorld Orlando Seven Seas Food Festival

Sip and sample your way around the world of international street food traditions at SeaWorld Orlando during its annual Seven Seas Food Festival, every weekend from February 7 through May 3.

During the event, marketplaces will be set up around the park offering culinary delights from just about every continent, from the Americas to the Caribbean to Asia to the Mediterranean. There’s even a Vegan marketplace.

Seven Seas Food Festival at SeaWorld Orlando

Chef Héctor Colón and his culinary masters have been working overtime and there are several new dishes this year including:

  • Chocolate Brazilian Brigadeiro (Brazilian Market)
  • Crawfish Étouffée (Gulf Coast Market)
  • Duck and Mushroom Ramen Bowl (Asian Market)
  • El Jibarito Kobe Slider (Caribbean Market)
  • Gator Bites (Florida Market)
  • Pacific Coast Clam Chowder (Pacific Coast Market)
  • Palermo Fontina Cheese Meatballs (Italian Market)
  • Taco Al Pastor (Mexican Market)
  • Tennessee Whiskey BBQ Chicken Wings (All-American Market)
  • Vegan Ceviche (Vegan Market)

Food and drink samples are additional. Save money by purchasing sampling lanyards, which offer multiple samples at a reduced price.

Seven Seas Food Festival Returns to SeaWorld Orlando

In addition to the food and beverage samples, the festival offers weekend concerts by headlining artists. Here is this year’s schedule:

Feb. 8 – Maddie & Tae
Feb. 9 – Trace Adkins
Feb. 15 – Pop 2000 Tour, hosted by Lance Bass of ‘N Sync with O-Town, Ryan Cabrera and LFO
Feb. 16 – Night Ranger
Feb. 22 – Walk Off the Earth
Feb. 23 – Dennis DeYoung; The Music of Styx
Feb. 29 – Grupo Mania
March 1 – Boyz II Men
March 7 – AJR
March 8 – Dylan Scott
March 14 – Hunter Hayes
March 15 – Joe Nichols
March 21 – Yes and Alan Parsons Live Project
March 22 – Edwin McCain
March 28 – Gin Blossoms
March 29 – Village People
April 4 – Jesse McCartney
April 5 – Gretchen Wilson
April 11 – Scotty McCreery
April 12 – Jeremy Camp
April 18 – Everclear
April 19 – Grand Funk Railroad and Blue Oyster Cult
April 25 – Vanilla Ice and C+C Music Factory
April 26 – Chris Janson
May 2 – Billy Ray Cyrus
May 3 – Sean Paul

General admission concert seating is free with park admission, but reserved seats start at $9.99.

The Seven Seas Food Festival runs open to close on Saturdays and Sundays, and Friday evenings from 4pm to 9pm. For more information, visit

About Michelle Snow

Michelle is the owner and editor of CitySurfing Orlando. She also owns, is a freelance writer specializing in travel and entertainment, and has authored/co-authored four guidebooks on Orlando and Florida. She lives in Orlando near Disney, and hears Magic Kingdom fireworks every night.
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