Upcoming Live Concerts in Orlando, Florida Schedule & 2019 Calendar...
Orlando, Florida is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States, especially for fun-loving vacationers. This can be attributed to the dozen plus theme parks and water parks within Orlando’s borders. Although most of central Florida is filled with lowland wetlands such as lakes and swamps, Orlando’s sub-tropical climate with characteristically mild winters and sunny summers makes it ideal for visitors. To learn more about how music plays into Orlando’s entertainment pantheon, read more below...
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Some theme and water park music plays on recording, such as iconic entrance songs to places such as Magic Kingdom and Islands of Adventure. Bringing up memories of childhood, innocence, and awe, music teleports park-goers to a different time and place. The live music experience kicks in the further visitors wander into various parks. In the Wizarding World of Harry Potter—part of Universal Orlando’s Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Florida—trios and quartets wander around, dancing and singing, bringing spontaneous concerts to tourists throughout the day. That is just one example of many. Live music is used to enhance the immersive experience that guests desire.
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In addition to using live performance to embellish existing attractions, many parks in Orlando host stand-alone concerts and concert series throughout the year. This past year, SeaWorld hosted its annual Praise Wave concert series, bringing Christian worship music to its Nautilus Theater for a month. Performing artists included Steven Curtis Chapman, Switchfood, an MercyMe.
The Universal Orlando Resort brings a slightly more scandalous concert series to its audience during its Mardi Grad season, from February 9 through April 4. In addition to street performers throughout the week, weekends are filled with national acts such as Macklemore, Fifth Harmony, and Sean Paul.
Disney has its fair share of concerts and festivals, too. Last year, the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival had its 25th annual run, celebrated with 17 acts spread out from March 2 through May 28. Last year’s itinerary included Rick Springfield, Little River Band, Survivor, Simple Plan, Starship, Lonestar, Village People, The Spinners, Jo Dee Messina, Night Ranger, Foghat, Electric Light Orchestra, Don Felder (Eagles), The Guess Who, and Blood, Sweat & Tears.