(KGTV) - The sounds of SeaWorld’s dolphins and penguins will be joined by top Latin performers as the spring heats up with the Viva la Música concert series.
The event is a celebration of Hispanic culture through music, food, and decor, according to SeaWorld.
Concerts will take place at Nautilus Amphitheater at 3:30 and 6 p.m. daily. Admission is free but guests must obtain a free wristband near the Rental Center.
Viva la Música also includes a festival area called Zócalo located between Wild Arctic and the Penguin Encounter. Guests can enjoy performances by community dance groups and a live DJ. On the menu are fish tacos, nachos and pupusas.
May 4 - Los Tucanes De Tijuana
May 5 - Pancho Barraza
May 11 - Lupillo Rivera
May 12 - Pesado
May 18 - Chiquis with special guest Luis Coronel
May 19 - La Séptima Banda with special guest El Dasa con Mariachi
June 1 - Régulo Caro
June 2 - Los Rieleros del Norte with special guest Kevin Ortiz
For more information, visit the SeaWorld website.