Universal Orlando Resort announced on Thursday the concert headliners for their 2019 Mardi Gras celebration.
Mardi Gras at Universal Orlando Resort is a family-friendly version of the Big Easy bash that features Cajun-style cuisine, a nightly parade, and live concerts.
Universal’s Mardi Gras will run daily from February 9th through April 4th. 13 of those nights will feature musical performances. The artists performing include Macklemore, Pitbull, Dan + Shay, and Becky G. A complete line up can be found below.
- February 9th: BUSH
- February 16th: Gavin DeGraw
- February 17th: Dan + Shay
- February 23rd: Macklemore
- March 2nd: To be announced
- March 9th: Becky G
- March 10th: Sean Paul
- March 16th: Steve Miller Band
- March 17th: Ziggy Marley
- March 23rd: NF
- March 24th: Pitbull
- March 30th: To be announced
- March 31st: To be announced
Universal Studios Florida will run a nightly Mardi Gras parade throughout the streets of Universal Studios Florida, featuring floats, dancers, stilt performers, and beads. Six new floats will debut this year, featuring animals form the arctic, jungle, ocean, and more. This rounds the lineup of floats to 12.
Park guests can also enjoy Cajun cuisine at the French Quarter Courtyard and performances by bands pulled straight from Bourbon Street. New this year, all food and beverage items will be served as a tasting size, allowing guests to experience a verity of classic New Orleans dishes.
Florida residents can experience Universal’s Mardi Gras with a limited-time exclusive 2-Park, 3-Day ticket offer. Other ticket options can be found on Universal Orlando Resort’s website.
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