Cinco de Mayo will return to SeaWorld Orlando from April to May 2023 as part of the Seven Seas Food Festival. The annual event promises lively dancing, toe-tapping music, and authentic dishes.
Here’s what to expect at this can’t-miss celebration of Mexican culture.
Cinco de Mayo: Music and Dancing in the Streets
SeaWorld Orlando’s Cinco de Mayo will keep you moving and grooving all day.
The theme park event starts with a fun fiesta at noon. Wild Arctic Plaza comes alive with dancers, live musicians, and colorful stilt walkers. If you can’t get enough festive music, local Latin artists will perform on select dates.
Authentic Mexican Cuisine
Cinco de Mayo isn’t Cinco de Mayo without delicious Mexican food.
SeaWorld Orlando will delight your tastebuds with authentic small plates and Latin dishes. Kiosks around the park will sell tostadas, street corn, and tasty tacos. For the perfect meal, pair your dish with a refreshing craft beer or cocktail.
SeaWorld’s Thrilling Rides
Take a break from Cinco de Mayo for SeaWorld’s famous roller coasters, shows, and attractions. SeaWorld Orlando boasts 20 rides. A tubular new one, Pipeline: The Surfcoaster, will open in spring 2023.
If you’re traveling with a toddler, take them to Sesame Street Land. And the whole family will love the theme park’s shows and sea creature encounters.
Party, Relax, and Repeat at Rosen Centre
When visiting Central Florida for Cinco de Mayo, you’ll want a cozy hotel near SeaWorld Orlando.
After a full day of fun, relax at Rosen Centre on International Drive.
Our luxury hotel is minutes from SeaWorld and other top Orlando attractions. We provide generous amenities and cozy rooms at an affordable price.