I know this is a little bit late, but I thought I’d share the Busch Gardens Tampa news today! They’ve revealed an awesome events lineup today and they have an awesome Cobra’s Curse video! Here’s the press release:

Tampa, Fla. (Nov. 2, 2015) – From world-class rollercoasters and Broadway-style entertainment to one-of-a-kind, up-close animal encounters, Busch Gardens® Tampa continues to deliver some of the biggest thrills anywhere. Next year will be no exception.   Busch Gardens announces a line-up of exciting events scheduled to run now through 2016, along with a special offer that expands the value of the popular Florida Fun Card.

The 2016 Fun Card  now is available for purchase. With the 2016 Fun Card, guests pay for one day and get all of 2016 free. Plus, as a special offer commemorating the Fun Card launch, guests who purchase their 2016 Fun Card now also can visit Busch Gardens for the remainder of 2015 for no additional cost, including the popular Christmas Town™ event.

Some of the great special events included with Fun Card admission:


Christmas Town: Select dates Nov. 27-Dec. 31

Unwrap a beautiful family tradition at Christmas Town™, where Busch Gardens transforms into a holiday wonderland of Christmastime entertainment and attractions, holiday shopping, treats and more than a million twinkling lights. This family event occurs on 20 select dates from Nov. 27 to Dec. 31.


NEW! Cobra’s Curse

Busch Gardens puts a spin on family thrills in 2016 with Cobra’s Curse. This one-of-a-kind spin coaster features a 70-foot vertical lift and takes riders on a whirlwind adventure of exciting explorations. Come face-to-face with an 80-foot snake icon, trek over the park’s Serengeti Plain and discover the mysteries of an Egyptian archeological excavation.

Construction on Cobra’s Curse is underway at Busch Gardens. Fans can check out this video for the latest construction updates and an exciting Cobra’s Curse logo reveal.

Real Music: Jan. 4-March 5

Busch Gardens’ longest-running concert series returns Mondays through Fridays from Jan. 4 to March 5 with live music that spans six decades, from the 1950s to today. Musical fare includes swing, blues, pop, jazz and rock ‘n roll.

January 4-9                                         Ricky Nelson Remembered featuring Matthew & Gunnar Nelson

January 11-16                                    Jay and The Americans

January 18-23                                    Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone

January 25-30                                    The Drifters

February 1-6                                      Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals

February 8-13                                    The Diamonds

February 15-20                                  Strawberry Fields

February 22-27                                  The Glenn Miller Orchestra

February 29 – March 5                   Chubby Checker

Food & Wine Festival: Saturdays and Sundays March 5-April 24

Next spring, Busch Gardens’ Food & Wine Festival returns with wild flavors and concerts for every taste. The park will be tempting guests with a variety of cuisine, wine, craft beer and live entertainment on Saturdays and Sundays from March 5 through April 24. Food and beverage is not included, but is available for an extra fee. Guests must be 21 or older to purchase alcoholic beverages.

Summer Nights: Select dates June – Aug.

Summer Nights at Busch Gardens is returns with more heat, featuring an end-of-night show packed with live musicians, singers, dancers and artists from around the world. Their thrilling performance – along with modern music and fire effects – will pump up the crowd every night. Plus, summer nights are a great time to cool off with the rush ofBusch Gardens’ world-class thrill rides, including Falcon’s Fury™, North America’s tallest freestanding drop tower.

Jack Hanna Weekend:  Sept. 10 & 11 (dates subject to change)

Join “Jungle Jack” Hanna for two days of wild animal shows, autograph signings and special meet-and-greets when he visits Busch Gardens. The internationally-known animal expert will share animal facts and his travel tales during animal shows at the Stanleyville Theater.

Busch Gardens will offer guests additional events and festivals throughout 2016, so stay tuned for more details.

The 2016 Busch Gardens Fun Card is $99 and is valid from the date of purchase through Dec. 31, 2016. Fun Cards, annual passes and single-day tickets are available online at, at the Busch Gardens’ front gate or by calling (888) 800-5447.

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