Universal Orlando has been working on a new nighttime show on the waterfront of the original Florida park and today they officially announced the details we've all been hearing for some time now - the Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration! Jurassic World will be one of the focal points of the show coming sometime this summer!
As you can see above in a construction update via Alicia Stella of Orlando Parkstop, the waterfront has been receiving quite the upgrade to accommodate a brand new nighttime show to replace Universal's Cinematic Spectacular, which closed in the Fall last year. We said goodbye to the Jurassic Park elements of that show and now welcome in Jurassic World with Universal Orlando's Cinematic Celebration.
Read the announcement below via Universal Orlando's website:
Some more details have come our way via the Orlando Sentinel, detailing the length of the show, some of the technical aspects and other properties included.
If you've frequented any stateside Disney Parks, the show style may sound familiar, as elements have been featured in shows like World of Color (Disney California Adventure), Fantasmic (Disneyland & Disney's Hollywood Studios) and Rivers of Light (Disney's Animal Kingdom). Basically you'll be watching show elements on giant streaks of water flowing through the sky. It's a blast to watch, while also sometimes being difficult to see due to wind speeds. In Universal's case, upwards of 6500 people will be able to witness this show nightly:
I'm very excited to see Jurassic World come to life in the Universal Parks - We can't wait to cover it for you! Will you be heading to Universal Orlando this summer to see the show? Let us know in the comments below.
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