SeaWorld Orlando is getting ready to welcome the 2023 summer season with “Summer Fun”.

“We have a jam-packed summer planned with all new and amazing experiences in every one of our parks and we can’t wait to welcome guests to enjoy new and favorite rides, shows and world-class animal presentations as they have fun, cool down, relax, and refuel,” said Marc Swanson, CEO of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.

The night comes to life this Summer at SeaWorld’s Summer Spectacular. Guests are encouraged to stay late throughout the summer to immerse themselves in exotic worlds of light and music while experiencing their favorite SeaWorld attractions. End the night with Ignite, the popular fireworks show at Bayside Stadium.

The world’s first surf coaster, Pipeline, opens May 27. This first-of-its-kind roller coaster aims to pay tribute to the legendary surfing cultures of the world, providing riders with an experience that replicates the thrilling sensation of riding the waves. The ride features a one-of-a-kind surfboard ride vehicle and stretches over 2,950 feet of track, reaching speeds of up to 60 MPH and an impressive height of 110 feet. It is designed to deliver an adrenaline-pumping experience, appealing even to the most daring of riders.

Over at Aquatica Orlando, an all-new water play adventure is opening. Guests are invited to bring their kids to splish, splash, spray, and play at Turi’s Kid Cove, a water adventure attraction filled with watering palms, tipping buckets, spraying jets, water bobbles, and more. Plus, children can grab a tube and glide into fun on the all-new Tamariki Twirl, a kid-sized wave slide designed just for them.

For one night only in June, guests are invited to celebrate Puerto Rico during Aquatica’s annual event, Noche de San Juan. When the sun goes down, the night comes to life as guests immerse themselves in the exotic sights and sounds of Puerto Rican culture while experiencing their favorite Aquatica attractions during this unforgettable event.