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Christmas at Sea World Florida

There’s an all-new holiday tradition at SeaWorld, now through Jan. 2.

The Christmas at SeaWorld additions include a special yuletide Shamu night show, a new holiday fountain spectacular show, holiday shopping and dining, and performances from the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra.

Christmas at SeaWorld highlights include:

Shamu’s Christmas: A Child’s Wish — Killer whales and trainers get together for a special holiday night show. A live choir and musicians provide the backdrop for this story of a young child’s Christmas wish to meet Shamu. Following each performance, the choir will lead guests out with a candlelight procession. Nightly through Dec. 30.

Christmastide Holiday Fountain Show — The Waterfront is the gathering place to witness this holiday fountain show emanating from the park’s lake each evening. The giant streams of water dance in unison to lively Christmas music. Nightly through Dec. 25.

Festivities at The Waterfront – The festivities include nightly snow flurries, carolers and a chance for kids to meet Santa.

Holiday by the Bay featuring the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra — More than 80 professional musicians from around the globe fill the SeaWorld night with orchestral renditions of traditional holiday classics. Vocals by Danielle White, 2003 American Junior Winner, and SeaWorld’s Holiday Youth Choir accompany the orchestra at the park’s Bayside Stadium. Nightly Dec. 26 - 30 and Jan 1-2.

Mistify” — “Mistify,” the largest, most spectacular finale in the park’s history, returns for a special weeklong engagement Dec. 26 - 30 and Jan. 1-2. The fireworks display features larger than life marine creatures, 100-foot fountains and more.

New Year’s Eve — Music throughout The Waterfront, where a live band performs today’s hits in anticipation of 2005. There will also be two fireworks shows, the second at the stroke of midnight, ringing in the New Year.

Christmas at SeaWorld and New Year’s Eve are included with park admission. For more information guests can visit www.SeaWorld.com or call 1-800-327-2420.

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