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Summer Vibes- Groovaloos

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Groovaloos

August 13-17:

The legendary hip-hop group Groovaloos will perform at SeaWorld Aug. 13-17.

SeaWorld's Summer Vibes presented by Coca-Cola continues at the park's Mission Bay Theater through Aug. 30.

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Summer Vibes- So We Know We Can Dance

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So We Know We Can Dance

August 20-24: 

An electrifying dance show featuring top performers from Fox's hit show, "So You Think You Can Dance" - will perform at SeaWorld Aug. 20-24.

SeaWorld's Summer Vibes presented by Coca-Cola continues at the park's Mission Bay Theater through Aug. 30.

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Summer Vibes- Fighting Gravity

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Fighting Gravity

Aug 27-30:

A top-notch performance group that mesmerizes audiences with black light, illusions, and dance, is the final performance group for SeaWorld Summer Vibes presented by Coca-Cola. Fighting Gravity takes the stage Aug. 27-30.

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Mom and Baby Killer Whale

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Mom and baby killer whale swim together at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Shamu Stadium.  Kalia, a 10-year-old killer whale, gave birth to the calf Thursday, Dec. 2, 2014 under the watchful eyes of SeaWorld‘s zoological team.

Photo credit: Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego



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One Ocean

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Shamu® and friends are the stars of SeaWorld® San Diego’s One Ocean® show, which includes spectacular whale behaviors, thrilling high-energy leaps and multiple whales performing simultaneously. At the core of the show is the unifying message that both animals and humans are part of one world, with one ocean, and its future is in our hands to cherish and protect.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego



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One Ocean

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Shamu® and friends are the stars of SeaWorld® San Diego’s One Ocean® show, which includes spectacular whale behaviors, thrilling high-energy leaps and multiple whales performing simultaneously. At the core of the show is the unifying message that both animals and humans are part of one world, with one ocean, and its future is in our hands to cherish and protect.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego



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Shamu's Underwater Viewing

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Guests (including SeaWorld campers shown here) can get a whale’s eye view of killer whales at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Shamu’s Underwater Viewing. With specially designed observation decks and a panoramic underwater viewing gallery, the opportunities for close-up observation of these magnificent marine mammals are unsurpassed.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego



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Dolphin Connection

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SeaWorld® San Diego guests enjoy a dolphin connection at the park’s Dolphin Point attraction. Dolphin connection experiences are scheduled throughout the day and are free with park admission. 

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego



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Dolphin Days

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The surf meets the shore at SeaWorld® San Diego’s all-new Dolphin Days! Guests are immersed in the world of bottlenose dolphins and short-finned pilot whales at this spirited yet intimate show, scheduled to permanently make its mark on the park map on Aug. 13, 2015, when Blue Horizons® retires after its popular five-year run at Dolphin Stadium. 

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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Dolphin Days

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The surf meets the shore at SeaWorld® San Diego’s all-new Dolphin Days! Guests are immersed in the world of bottlenose dolphins and short-finned pilot whales at this spirited yet intimate show, scheduled to permanently make its mark on the park map on Aug. 13, 2015, when Blue Horizons® retires after its popular five-year run at Dolphin Stadium. 

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego



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Dolphin Interaction Program
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During SeaWorld® San Diego’s Dolphin Interaction Program, participants get an amazing in-water experience with bottlenose dolphins in the pool at Dolphin Point.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego



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Mom and Baby Dolphin

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Mom and baby Atlantic bottlenose dolphins swim alongside one another at SeaWorld® San Diego.  The marine park has one of the best marine mammal breeding programs in the world, with 80 successful births in its 50-year history.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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Explorers Reef
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As soon as guests arrive at SeaWorld® San Diego, they are immediately immersed into a world under the sea, where they can reach in and touch bamboo sharks (pictured here) as well as cleaner fish, rays and other marine life in four state-of-the-art touch pools.   

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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SeaWorld to the Rescue

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A harbor seal pup is cared for round the clock by SeaWorld® animal care specialists as part of the park’s Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program. SeaWorld® San Diego’s animal specialists have rescued more than 15,000 animals that were ill, injured or stranded over the last five decades. The goal of the program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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SeaWorld to the Rescue

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A brown pelican is given a thorough exam as part of SeaWorld’s Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program.  SeaWorld® San Diego’s animal specialists have rescued more than 15,000 animals that were ill, injured or stranded over the last five decades. The goal of the program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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SeaWorld to the Rescue

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California sea lion pups are returned back into the ocean as part of SeaWorld’s Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program.  SeaWorld® San Diego’s animal specialists have rescued more than 15,000 animals that were ill, injured or stranded over the last five decades. The goal of the program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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SeaWorld to the Rescue

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California sea lion pups are returned back into the ocean as part of SeaWorld’s Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program.  SeaWorld® San Diego’s animal specialists have rescued more than 15,000 animals that were ill, injured or stranded over the last five decades. The goal of the program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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SeaWorld to the Rescue

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SeaWorld® San Diego’s Rescue Team examines a rescued smoothhound shark. SeaWorld rescued the shark after it was reported to be in distress in a shallow area along the rocks in Mission Bay. After treating superficial injuries on her snout, abdomen and below her dorsal due to entanglement in fishing gear, the team returned the shark to the ocean. SeaWorld® San Diego’s animal specialists have rescued more than 15,000 animals that were ill, injured or stranded over the last five decades. The goal of the program is to rescue and rehabilitate animals, giving them a second chance at life.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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Magellanic Penguins

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In 2014, SeaWorld achieved a milestone in the area of assisted reproductive technology with Magellanic penguin chicks hatching as the result of artificial insemination using frozen-then-thawed semen.  SeaWorld’s penguin breeding program is world renowned, with the first-ever emperor and chinstrap hatchings in a zoological setting and the only emperor breeding colony in the western hemisphere. Last year’s milestone represents another step in conservation efforts that could potentially help threatened and endangered species in the wild.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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Penguin Encounter

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Emperor penguins are among five Antarctic and sub-Antarctic species that call SeaWorld® San Diego’s Penguin Encounter® home.  More than 350 penguins (representing gentoo, Adélie, macaroni, king and emperor) live in this 25-degree, snow-filled habitat.  SeaWorld San Diego is the only zoological organization in the Western Hemisphere with an emperor breeding colony. 

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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Blue Horizons

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Blue Horizons is SeaWorld® San Diego’s spectacular show featuring bottlenose dolphins (pictured), plus energetic pilot whales exotic birds and aerial performers.

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Blue Horizons

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Blue Horizons is SeaWorld® San Diego’s spectacular show featuring energetic pilot whales (like the one pictured) plus dolphins, exotic birds and aerial performers.

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Sea Lions Live

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During SeaWorld® San Diego’s hilarious Sea Lions LIVE show, California sea lions Clyde® (pictured) and Seamore® poke fun at popular TV shows.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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Turtle Reef

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Green sea turtles (like the one pictured here) are part of SeaWorld® San Diego’s Turtle Reef, which also features thousands of tropical fish, an interactive game, and an educational touch-screen map where guests can track turtles in the wild. 

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Turtle Reef

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Green sea turtles (like the one pictured here) are part of SeaWorld® San Diego’s Turtle Reef, which also features thousands of tropical fish, an interactive game, and an educational touch-screen map where guests can track turtles in the wild. 

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Shark Encounter

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At SeaWorld® San Diego’s 280,000-gallon Shark Encounter, guests see 10 species of sharks as they swim all around them in a 57-foot-long, walk-through acrylic tube that runs the length of the shark’s habitat. 

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Otter Outlook

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A California sea otter pup enjoys an EED (environmental enrichment device) at SeaWorld® San Diego. SeaWorld cares for several young otters as part of the Sea Otter Research and Conservation program, coordinated with Monterey Bay Aquarium and other marine-life organizations.

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Animal Encounters

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Tess, a two-toed sloth, is one of SeaWorld’s many animal ambassadors that guests may meet along the pathways of the park.  SeaWorld trainers bring the ambassadors out for impromptu visits to interact with guests.

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Animal Encounters

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Aleera, a Eurasian eagle owl, is one of SeaWorld’s many animal ambassadors that guests may meet along the pathways of the park.  SeaWorld trainers bring the ambassadors out for impromptu visits to interact with guests.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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Aquarium de la Mer
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The chambered nautilus can be seen at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Aquarium de la Mer, which also features several species of octopus and cuttlefish.   

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Aquarium de la Mer

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The Caribbean octopus can be seen at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Aquarium de la Mer, which also features several other species of octopus, in addition to nautilus and cuttlefish.   

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Wild Arctic

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SeaWorld® San Diego’s Wild Arctic® attraction features encounters with several arctic species, including polar bears (like the one pictured here). Wild Arctic also features walruses, harbor seals and a simulated jet helicopter ride.

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Wild Arctic

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SeaWorld® San Diego’s Wild Arctic® attraction features encounters with several arctic species, including beluga whales. Guests can view the beluga whales from above- and below-water viewing windows, or they can reserve a Beluga Interaction Program and get in the water with the marine mammals. Wild Arctic also features polar bears, walruses, harbor seals and a simulated jet helicopter ride.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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SeaWorld Camp

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Campers get to interact with Magellenic penguins (like the one pictured here) as part of SeaWorld® San Diego Camp.  Whether it’s Resident Camp, Day Camp or a one-night Sleepover, kids can discover firsthand how to care for SeaWorld animals.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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Journey to Atlantis

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Journey to Atlantis® is SeaWorld® San Diego’s thrilling water coaster, featuring twists and turns, and a splashy, 60-foot plunge.

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Manta

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Manta, SeaWorld® San Diego’s mega attraction featuring a 100,000-gallon aquarium with rays and fishes, also features a double-launch, multi-media roller coaster.

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Manta

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Manta, SeaWorld® San Diego’s mega attraction featuring a 100,000-gallon aquarium with rays and fishes, also features a double-launch, multi-media roller coaster.

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Shipwreck Rapids

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Adventurers enjoy a wet and wild ride on SeaWorld® San Diego's Shipwreck Rapids®.

Photo credit: Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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Bayside Skyride

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Guests enjoy a view of Mission Bay at sunset on the Bayside Skyride at SeaWorld® San Diego.

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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Skytower

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SeaWorld's 320-foot Skytower has been an icon in the park since 1969. The ride offers a spectacular view of Mission Bay, downtown and beyond. As the logo on the side indicates, SeaWorld recently marked its 50th year (the park opened on March 21, 1964).

Photo credit:  Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego


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