Universal Orlando’s Mardi Gras celebration 2022 begins this weekend
ORLANDO, Fla. — Universal Orlando’s Mardi Gras celebration is back this weekend with live concerts, parades and great food from around the world. Read: Universal Orlando announces Mardi Gras concert lineup, more detailsMusical legends, global superstars and Grammy-nominated DJs are some of the acts you’ll be able to see as part of Universal Orlando’s Mardi Gras celebration. Expand Autoplay Image 1 of 17 Universal Orlando's Mardi Gras 2022 celebration artistsRead: Universal announces new opening plan for Epic Universe theme park after pandemic delayAlso returning are Mardi Gras parades, with six detailed floats that fuse Mardi Gras with cosmic-inspired elements such as comets, rockets and Martians. Expand Autoplay Image 1 of 13 Universal Orlando's Mardi Gras 2022 celebration menu (Universal Orlando Resort)Universal Orlando’s Mardi Gras celebration will run from Feb. 5 through April 24. More information about Universal’s Mardi Gras can be found here.wftv.com
Thomas Rhett, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Combs top CMT noms
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Ashley McBryde, Dan + Shay, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Combs, Sam Hunt and Thomas Rhett top the 2020 CMT Music Awards nominations with three each. In nominations announced Wednesday for the pandemic-delayed show, 14 videos are vying for the top prize of video of the year. The fan-voted show will air on CMT and other networks on Oct. 21 with outdoor performances. The Highwomen, a group made up of Maren Morris, Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby and Amanda Shires, also got their first nomination for group video. Electronic producer and DJ Marshmello also earned a nomination in collaborative video for the crossover hit “One Thing Right" with Kane Brown.
Universal Mardi Gras unveils musical headliners for this year including Marshmello, Luis Fonsi, the Roots
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