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SeaWorld Orlando’s Electric Ocean returns


already impressive event lineup, Electric Ocean brings longer park hours and allows guests to voyage into an exotic underwater world filled with dazzling lights, electrifying dance music and a brilliant evening energy that sparks as the sun sets. Throughout the night, guests can experience


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exciting nighttime shows, returning summer classics and a variety of new food and drink options


s the sun goes down, SeaWorld Orlando comes alive with the glow of Electric Ocean. Joining the park’s


throughout the park. The energy of the night culminates with a family-friendly dance party before “Ignite” lights up the sky in a spectacular fireworks finale, marking the perfect ending to an amazing visit to SeaWorld. New for 2018, the park will be introducing


“Touch the Sky” a high-energy celebration of the sea and sky featuring majestic bottlenose dolphins, beautiful macaws and an original musical score. Electric Ocean takes place select nights through September 2.


Studio Ghibli theme park planned for Nagoya


Central Japan’s regional government has announced plans for a theme park inspired by Hayao Miyazaki's Oscar-winning animated films. Studio Ghibli, who also operate the Ghibli Museum in Tokyo, released a basic concept for the park which is due to be completed in 2022 near Nagoya in Japan’s Aichi region. Miyazaki is the co-found of the Studio, which produced internationally renowned


Nordic Chaser opens at Worlds of Fun


With the introduction of Nordic Chaser the 45th season is underway at Worlds of Fun, Kansas City, Missouri. Nordic Chaser is a new family ride located in the Scandinavia themed area of the park. Appropriately themed for the area after a Viking armada, Nordic Chaser features mini ships that quickly rotate and simulates the sensation of rising and falling along ocean waves. Nordic Chaser is a Koggenfahrt/Caterpiller manufactured by Mack Rides. Timber Wolf, one of the most popular attractions at Worlds of Fun, will debut its new finale later this spring. The 4,230 foot long, 100 foot high roller coaster built in 1989 by the Dinn Corporation will now feature an intense, 70° banked turn built by Great Coasters International that will send riders nearly sideways for a thrilling finish to the iconic ride.


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works including Princess Monoke, Spirited Away, and Howl's Moving Castle. According to the Aichi government, the park will be built at the Expo 2005 Aichi Commemorative Park is Nagakute city and will feature rides and forest trails based on the movies, European-themed brick towers, and giant installations of spider and boar shaped spirits – all inspired by Myazaki’s stylised take on Japanese myths and legends. Construction costs and further details are yet to be announced.


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