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Thursday, January 24, 2019

SeaWorld announces Coolio, Sugar Ray, Bret Michaels and more for 2019 Seven Seas festival

Posted By on Thu, Jan 24, 2019 at 11:23 AM

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If Coolio raps the words, "As I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I take a look at my life, I'm at a SeaWorld food fest," it'll definitely be worth it.

This morning, SeaWorld Orlando announced the first wave of artists set to perform at the 2019 Seven Seas Food Festival.



Notable acts include Coolio and the rest of the "I Love the 90's" crew, Flo Rida, Sugar Ray and more. All shows are held at the Bayside Stadium and are included with regular admission. Here's the lineup so far:

Feb. 9 – The Fray
Feb. 10 – Sugar Ray
Feb. 16 – Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
Feb. 17 – Little River Band
Feb. 23 – Flo Rida
Feb. 24 – 98 Degrees
March 2 – Lifehouse
March 3 – Cole Swindell
March 9 – Lee Brice with LOCASH (5:00 p.m. start time)
March 10 – I Love the 90’s featuring En Vogue, Kid N Play, Coolio, Tone Loc, Rob Base, Young MC (5 p.m. start time)
March 16 – Bret Michaels
March 17 – Gente De Zona

SeaWorld recently announced a new Annual Pass deal for Florida residents starting at $10.99 a month, as well as free admission to children ages 5 and under.

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