SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — SeaWorld San Diego is inviting guests into the park to enjoy all the bites and sips the park has to offer during its fan-favorite Seven Seas Food Festival.
The limited-time food fest will take place at the park every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from March 5 through May 2. Tickets will start at $60 for a 10-sample festival lanyard, but will not include admission for that day. Admission separately starts at $64 for a day online or more at the gate. Ticket details can be found online here.
Event lanyards will give fans the chance to sample eats from around the world, including international dishes inspired by the Mediterranean, Polynesia, Mexico, the Caribbean, France, Italy, and more. The festival will also offer more than 25 specialty cocktails and 75 craft beers from California and elsewhere. A full menu for the event can be viewed here.
The delicious food and drink will also come with a side of live entertainment on three outdoor music stages and outdoor animal exhibits for guests to enjoy.
The park says the event will observe strict coronavirus-related restrictions that zoos are currently operating under, including temperature checks, face-covering requirements, and limited capacity.
"We are excited to bring back this popular fan-favorite event to San Diego, complete with new menu items, live music, and a safe, outdoor experience for the whole family," said Marilyn Hannes, president of SeaWorld San Diego. "In addition to our incredible outdoor animal exhibits and presentations, the return of Seven Seas gives our guests more options to make new, lasting memories with family and friends."
More information on the event can be viewed here.