Disclosure: I’m a SeaWorld Wildside blogger. I receive complimentary passes for my family and other perks throughout the year. All opinions are mine.
Every spring you’ll find kids dancing wildly to the beat of their favorite performers at concerts created just for them at SeaWorld San Antonio. The Just for Kids series brings nationally recognized, kid-approved bands to the park for family-friendly weekend concerts. This year, SeaWorld’s Just for Kids concert series starts Saturday, April 26, and runs on weekends in San Antonio through May 18.
Saturday concerts in April and May
This Saturday, April 26, Just for Kids features Kidz Bop. My kids are crazy about Kidz Bop and their catchy pop hits sung by kids. Kidz Bop songs are practically all we listen to in the car these days. I like Kidz Bop because they make adult pop music accessible to kids by making occasional, slight lyric changes to produce music geared toward a younger, more sensitive audience. Kid-loved, mom-approved!
The concert line up for the remaining Saturday concerts in May is:
- Choo Choo Soul on May 3
- Super Why! Live on May 10
- Hot Peas ‘N Butter on May 17
Sunday concerts in April and May
The featured act for Sunday Just for Kids concerts is Elmo Rocks, staring Elmo, Zoe, Cookie Monster, Bert and Ernie. Sunday Just for Kids concerts take place on April 27, May 4, May 10, and May 18.
All Just for Kids concerts are at 12:45 p.m. and 3:15 p.m. each Saturday and Sunday and are included in the price of park admission. But, because seating is limited, wristbands are required. Free wristbands are distributed on the day of the concert near Nautilus Amphitheater on a first come, first served basis. Reserved seating is available on the day of the show for $5 per person, giving your child a guaranteed seat and an up close and personal view of their favorite performers.
If you haven’t purchased your SeaWorld tickets yet this year, they’re still running a super deal: Buy one, get one free FunCards, good for admission to SeaWorld all year long. Grab this offer before it’s gone!