The award-winning Scottish singer-songwriter will perform an unplugged-style set of songs from her acclaimed albums.
Standing room tickets are $20 and included discounted parking ($5 self-parking or $15 valet parking).
Tables are $80 for two people, or $140 for four people. This includes the first round of house drinks and free valet parking.
Led by vocalist and songwriter Richard Butler, the band will perform many of their iconic hits, including: “Love My Way,” “Pretty In Pink,” “Heaven,” “The Ghost In You,” “Heartbreak Beat” and more. They will also include songs from their upcoming album due out in May 2020.
Tickets start at $45.
This afternoon, the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force received a Universal Orlando reopening proposal from John Sprouls, executive VP of Universal Parks & Resorts.
According to the proposal, Universal Orlando is targeting June 5 as the date it would like to fully reopen the parks to the public.
With Florida’s Phase 1 reopening plans, Orlando restaurants are allowed to reopen their doors for dine-in at 25% capacity, and these are the ones that have let us know their dining rooms are open.
It goes without saying to follow proper distancing and safety guidelines, and if you don’t feel comfortable sitting at a restaurant yet, many of these venues also offer take-out. Oh, and tip your servers well.
Due to the Coronavirus, there have been a lot of Orlando and Central Florida Closures, Postponements, and Cancellations. I’ve been posting some to our social media, but decided to create this reference page that will list every one of those changes, as we discover them.
Whether you’re Irish or just feeling like you are this time of the year, there are a lot of ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the Orlando area that are more than just green beer.
But don’t worry if you don’t have plans…I’ve got you covered!
Here are CitySurfing Orlando’s 2020 picks for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day:
The alternative rock band will perform hits “Good,” “Desperately Wanting,” “Rosealia,” “At The Stars,” “Extra Ordinary” and more.
Plus, enjoy pre-show specialty cocktails and sample passed appetizers. It’s all included with your Velvet Sessions ticket.
Tickets are $40 for standing room, and $70 for VIP.
The TODAY Show is returning to Orlando, and will broadcast live from Universal Orlando on February 28, 2020.
For the first time, all four hours of TODAY – from the morning headline news to Hoda and Jenna – will air live from inside the TODAY Show Café inside of Universal Studios Florida park.
Confisco Grille inside of Universal Orlando’s Islands of Adventure has a new globally-inspired menu courtesy of the park’s new Executive Chef, Jason Glus.
Located at the Port of Entry, Confisco Grille first opened in 1999 with the park. It’s about time for a menu refresh.
Universal Orlando will kick off Mardi Gras 2020 on February 1, and it will run daily through April 2 with authentic Cajun-style cuisine, an incredible nightly parade, and live concerts from some of the biggest names in music.
Universal Orlando’s Rock the Universe, Florida’s biggest Christian Music festival, returns on January 24 and 25 for a faith and fun-filled weekend with live music by some of Christian music’s top artists.
Whether you live here or you’re vacationing here during Christmas week, it can be overwhelming trying to decide from among all of the fun holiday offerings happening in the Orlando area.
Here are our picks for the best Holiday events for celebrating Christmas 2019 in Orlando:
Thanksgiving is a holiday of food, family, and fun, but sometimes it’s nice to let someone else take care of the cooking…and the dishes. If this sounds like you, there are plenty of places to celebrate the 2019 holiday in Orlando.
If you don’t already have reservations, here are some of our picks for places to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal in the Orlando area:
Florida residents can now make the most of their holiday season and beyond at Universal Orlando with two new offers:
Universal Orlando has announced an all-new lagoon show will debut in the Universal Studios Lagoon during this year’s Halloween Horror Nights.
Called “Halloween Marathon of Mayhem,” it will feature giant water screens highlighting iconic horror scenes, accented with more than 100 fountains, awesome special effects, pounding electro music, lasers and more will bring this all-new experience to life.
Guests will witness a twisted new watery take on Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” Sony Pictures’ “Ghostbusters,” Universal Monsters and Metro Goldwyn Mayer’s “Killer Klowns from Outer Space” as they invade the Universal Studios lagoon.
Show times each event night are 10pm, 11pm, and Midnight.
Halloween Horror Nights 2019 kicks off September 6 and runs select nights through November 2, bringing the most terrifying names in horror to life in 10 all-new elaborately themed haunted houses, five scare zones, live entertainment, and more.
And when they need a break from the screams, guests can enjoy Universal Studios’ most exhilarating attractions and the “Halloween Horror Nights Mobile Game featuring TERROR TRIVIA,” where they can test their Halloween Horror Nights knowledge, compete to get their name on the event leaderboards of 11 horror-packed levels and more.
For more information about Halloween Horror Nights, visit