Aquatica Orlando welcomes guests to ‘Beach Nights’

Saturday event begins Oct. 25

Beach Nights at Aquatica Orlando (Aquatica Orlando)

ORLANDO, Fla. – As the sun dips below the surface of the water, Aquatica Orlando is turning into a hub of evening excitement for guests.

Starting on Oct. 28, every Saturday, the water park invites visitors to embark on a day of aquatic adventures, and as day turns into night, they can enjoy a movie night under the stars.

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Guests can kick off their day by taking on the exhilarating Riptide Race or embrace Walkabout Waters. When the sun sets, leaders said they will transform the park’s beach into an open-air movie theater for family-friendly holiday movie nights. The experience is included with regular park admission.

Guests are encouraged to bring a towel and relax on the sandy shores or choose from the numerous lounge chairs available for a comfortable viewing experience.

Aquatica will also offer an array of treats including fresh popcorn, select food and snacks, hot chocolate, drinks, and specialty cocktails can be purchased at Kura’s Beachside Panini and Motu’s Beach Bar.

Beach Nights Movie Lineup:

  • Oct. 28: “Hocus Pocus”
  • Nov. 4: “The Muppet Christmas Carol”
  • Nov. 11: “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”
  • Nov. 18: “The Grinch” (2018)
  • Nov. 25: “The Polar Express”
  • Dec. 2: “Elf”
  • Dec. 9: “The Santa Clause”
  • Dec. 16: “The Polar Express”
  • Dec. 23: “Elf”

Aquatica Orlando Annual Pass Members will see exclusive in-park discounts and perks during the event nights. These benefits include guest tickets, complimentary parking, admission to popular events, free Quick Que passes, and much more.

Annual Passes for Aquatica Orlando can be purchased on, with options starting as low as $12.75 per month plus tax.

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About the Author:

Landon joined News 6 in 2017. He grew up in Southern Illinois and graduated from Southern Illinois University with a bachelors degree in TV and digital media. When he is not at work you can catch him at one of Orlando's theme parks or the beach. Before working at News 6 he worked for stations in Miami and Fort Myers.