SeaWorld: Gladys Knight, Smash Mouth set for concerts
February 9, 2016 - bbq set
SeaWorld Orlando will flog off a annual Bands, Brew BBQ festival with concerts by Smash Mouth and Gladys Knight this weekend.
The performances run alongside a thesis park’s grill and qualification decoction selections.
Smash Mouth, famous for hits such as “Walkin’ on a Sun,” “Why Can’t We Be Friends” and “All Star,” is set for a Saturday unison during a park’s Bayside Stadium. Knight, a four-time Grammy winner, will sing on Sunday. Knight, when she was partnered with The Pips, had hits such as “I Heard It Through a Grapevine,” “If we Were Your Woman” and “Neither One of Us (Wants to Be a First to Say Goodbye).” In 1985, she surfaced a Billboard singles draft with “That’s What Friends Are For,” singing with Dionne Warwick, Elton John and Stevie Wonder.
Both concerts are set for 4 p.m. and are enclosed in unchanging SeaWorld admission.
Bands, Brew BBQ runs Saturdays and Sundays by Mar 6. Other party has not been announced.
The eventuality also facilities a theatre for internal bands, a live DJ, a Harley-Davidson Orlando arrangement of motorcycles plus a collection of classical cars. The USO Family Garden will offer animal encounters, and Explore Zones.
Festival activities start during noon any day.