Electric Daisy Carnival returning to Orlando in November
The Electric Daisy Carnival set to take place in Orlando in 2020 was just one of many events cancel due to the coronavirus pandemic. At the time the 2020 event was canceled, organizers hoped for its return in 2021, and it looks like it’s happening. ❤️✨ Sign up for early access.😎👉 edcorlando.com/waitlist Posted by Pasquale Rotella on Sunday, March 28, 2021Tinker Field will light up and pulse with dance music from Nov. 12-14, 2021. According to the event’s website, presale tickets are already sold out, but those wanting to still attend can put their name on a waitlist here. Full Screen 1 / 64It is not known if capacity will be limited and social distancing enforced, as information on the event website is limited.
Palm Bay to replace Fourth of July fireworks with drive-in showing of National Treasure
PALM BAY, Fla. Palm Bay wont be hosting its usual Fourth of July event this year due to coronavirus social distancing guidelines, but the city is offering an alternative for residents who still want to celebrate the holiday. The event that was scheduled to take place at the Palm Bay campus of Eastern Florida State College would have included fireworks, food trucks, music and more. After the movie, a fireworks show set to music will play on the screen for guests. Attendees can stay in their vehicles to watch the film or reserve an family space on the lawn for picnic-style viewing. Since space is limited, pre-registration is required by calling 321-952-3231.
MegaCon Orlando moves to June due to coronavirus
ORLANDO, Fla. – MegaCon Orlando is moving its dates to early June due the coronavirus pandemic. The event, which had been scheduled for April 16-19, will now be held June 4-7 at the Orange County Convention Center. According to MegaCon’s website, all purchased tickets have been automatically transferred to the new dates. If you’ve already printed your e-ticket, please print your updated e-ticket,” a message on the site said. “If you’re unable to attend on the new dates, don’t worry.
Weather advisory issued for Walt Disney World Marathon this weekend
ORLANDO, Fla. – Get ready for a crowded weekend at Walt Disney World as more than 75,000 runners participate in the Walt Disney World Marathon. By Sunday, marathon runners will be dealing with temperatures about ten to fifteen degrees warmer with added humidity. Saturday morning temperatures are expected to run about twenty degrees above normal at about 68 with about 97 percent humidity. By Sunday morning, marathon runners will be feeling temperatures in the low 70s at the starting line, with humidity close to 100 percent. RunDisney issued a weather advisory Thursday warning runners to come prepared for warm weather and high humidity -- especially by Sunday’s race.