Top 5 Spring Festivals at Orlando Theme Parks

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Spring is almost here! There is no better way to embrace the new season than with a fun festival. Many of Orlando’s theme parks are presenting excellent festivals this season that will delight the whole family. Here’s a roundup of five to check out this spring!

Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival
Now in its 25th year, the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival returns to Walt Disney World Resort March 6 to June 3. Welcome spring with a multi-sensory selection of brilliant gardens, unique topiary exhibits and dozens of sculptures of Disney characters. Experience the freshest flavors as the garden comes to your table at event-exclusive Outdoor Kitchens—and sample a variety of delicious dishes and desserts. Connect with nature as you and your family wander through a variety of play areas, gardens and exhibits designed especially for children. Save on tickets!

Garden Rocks Concert Series
The musical component of the Epcot Flower & Garden Festival is must-see for fans of live entertainment. Get ready to rock this spring when this popular concert series returns to the American Gardens Theatre – for 90 straight nights! Expanded to 7 days a week from March 6 through June 3, featuring an amazing 270 concerts, the Garden Rocks Concert Series is going to be more spectacular than ever!

Universal’s Mardi Gras
The annual celebration brings the sights, sounds and tastes of New Orleans’ biggest party to Orlando. Already in full swing and available until April 4, you can enjoy nightly parades with outrageous street performers, colorful costumes and countless beads flying through the air. Relax at the French Quarter Courtyard for delicious Cajun dishes as you  enjoy the sounds of sweet Southern music, and let the good times roll. The chefs are whipping up the finest authentic Cajun cuisine. Indulge in Big Easy favorites like spicy jambalaya, beignets, crab etouffee and crawfish! On select nights, catch performances from some of the biggest names in pop, rock, country, R&B and more at the Music Plaza stage. Here are 7 Can’t Miss Experience at Universal’s Mardi Gras

SeaWorld Orlando’s Seven Seas Food Festival
It’s time once again to set your compass for a taste adventure at SeaWorld Orlando. Sip and sample your way around the world of international street food traditions and enjoy live performances. Savor over 180 mouthwatering food options, and enjoy their largest collection of beer, wines, and spirits. Sample from more culinary markets than ever before, including vegan and Caribbean offerings and delectable sweets. And to top it all off, you can enjoy a diverse lineup of live performances – featuring rock, country, Latin, Christian and more! Friday evenings, Saturdays, and Sundays through May 5. Save up to 45%

Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival
One of Tampa Bay’s favorite Spring festivals returns! On weekends from March 16 to April 28, tempt your taste buds like never before at the fifth annual Food & Wine Festival. New for 2019 are the Food & Wine Cabins; each cabin will feature expertly-crafted dishes inspired by a specific region of the country. And with more than 100 fine wines, craft brews and featured cocktails to choose from throughout the festival, the pairings are endless. There’s also plenty of music on the schedule. The festival brings together the best in pop, rock, Latin, indie, country and alternative music. Some of the biggest acts in musical entertainment will take the stage every weekend on Gwazi Field. Save up to 45%

Visit TicketsatWork.com today for special ticket prices to all the theme parks. Get ready for springtime adventures in Orlando!

By Jeff Hyatt

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