Universal Orlando Resort announced that next year’s edition of the theme park’s Universal Mardi Gras: International Flavors of Carnaval will return from February 3 through April 7, 2024.
This year’s Mardi Gras parade will be complete with tons of colorful beads, dazzling floats and energetic street performers, and on select nights, live concerts by yet-to-be-announced talent to cap off the festivities.
Visitors celebrating the spirit of Carnaval can experience all the excitement of Universal Mardi Gras with regular admission to Universal Studios Florida or a valid Universal Orlando Pass.
For Universal Orlando guests looking to experience the cuisine of New Orleans, the theme park offers the Mardi Gras Float Ride and Dine Experience, which reserves a spot to toss beads from a Mardi Gras float during the event’s vibrant parade.
The experience includes a three-course meal at one of four participating restaurants: The Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar, NBC Sports Grill & Brew, Finnegan’s Bar & Grill or Lombard’s Seafood Grille.
It's Back! Mardi Gras Float Ride & Dine Experience – Reserve a guaranteed spot on a parade float (spots are limited, restrictions apply). Enjoy a 3-course meal at select Universal Orlando Resort restaurants. Learn more here: https://t.co/aVp25272wd#UniversalMardiGraspic.twitter.com/0UTg1GddVC
The Mardi Gras Float Ride and Dine Experience includes one appetizer, entree, dessert, non-alcoholic beverage (starting at $84.99 plus tax per person) and one Mardi Gras parade float rider reservation on the same day.
Universal Orlando Passholders receive a 15 percent discount off the ticketed price of the experience with a valid Pass when purchasing in person at the Front Gate or a Guest Services location of the theme park.
More details of the 2024 Universal Mardi Gras: International Flavors of Carnaval will be announced in the coming weeks.
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