I love fireworks as much as the next guy. Maybe even more. So, I’m not thrilled with telling you that the city’s fireworks ban applies to our 4th of July Fireworks Celebration on July 2, 3, and 4. I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this ban has caused our guests.SeaWorld respects the tough decision made by the San Antonio Fire Department, and we will fully comply with their ban.
But Independence Day means more than shooting fireworks. It’s a celebration of our nation’s independence that is steeped with family traditions. For many, that tradition is coming to SeaWorld, and we will be open and ready to welcome guests on the holiday weekend.
The annual pilgrimage to the park will still include all of our great shows, rides and waterpark. Plus, there are a few new additions this year – including our new Shamu show One Ocean and the all-new Sesame Street Bay of Play. Not to mention, we’ll continue to salute our military at every Shamu show, and we’ll still offer free admission to active military families through our Here’s to the Heroes program.
Fireworks or not, the celebration continues at SeaWorld San Antonio. Stay tuned for more details about future fireworks shows this summer.