Viva La Música Returns To SeaWorld Orlando Weekends May 14-23, 2022 .. #SeaWorldOrlando #VivaLaMusica

Viva La Música at SeaWorld Orlando

SeaWorld Orlando has announced the return of Viva La Música, its fan-favorite Latin-inspired festival, for two weekends this month, May 14-15 and May 22-23, 2021.

Each Saturday and Sunday will feature live music and dancing zones, along with headlining concerts from the following artists:

  • May 14 – Grupo Manía
  • May 15 – El Gran Combo
  • May 21 – Poncho Sanchez
  • May 22 – Proyecto Uno

All concerts are indoors at the Nautilus Theater, with shows at 2pm and 5pm each day of the event, and are included with park admission.

Viva La Música at SeaWorld Orlando - food

The festival will include eight limited-time Viva La Música food booths where guests can savor authentic, Latin-inspired drinks and dishes for purchase, such as:

  • Bacalaitos – featuring savory dishes like the crispy fried codfish with mojo aioli, chicken & salsa verde tamales and tasty churros.
  • Bebidas y Bebidas – serving up specialty cocktails like the new mangonada – a sweet Mexican smoothie with the option to be served in a pineapple.
  • Empanadas Stand – offering fan-favorite empanadas, homemade doughs stuffed with ground beef or chicken and cheese and fried golden brown, or the sweet dulce de leche empanada made with caramel and queso.
  • Paella Stand – serving authentic Latin cuisine like paella made with mussels, clams, shrimps, and chorizo on the bed of flavorful saffron rice and stuffed ropa vieja arepas.


Viva La Música is included with regular admission and takes place during park hours. For more information, or to purchase admission, visit

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