Thursday, January 13, 2022
Universal Orlando reveals Mardi Gras musical lineup including Styx, Khalid and Marshmello
By Matthew Moyer
on Thu, Jan 13, 2022 at 3:26 PM
This year's musical roster has some very surprising names, with a little something for the youngs (Marshmello, Khalid), olds (Diana Ross, Styx) and even those right in the middle (LL Cool J, Sugar Ray). All performances will happen at the Music Plaza stage, right near the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit coaster.
Here's the full lineup:
: Diana Ross
LL Cool J featuring DJ Z-Trip
Mardi Gras revelry will run from Feb. 5-April 24 and will also include a Mardi Gras parade (on select dates), international cuisine with tastes from around the world and even a Mardi Gras-themed tribute store.
Mardi Gras events are covered in regular theme park admission to Universal Orlando.
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Universal will be bringing back their big Mardi Gras celebrations starting in February, complete with a massive, just-unveiled lineup to bands and performers to really get the party started.
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