SeaWorld San Antonio opens 2015 season Saturday, January 31st with first of five Wild Days Weekends

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January 21, 2015
SeaWorld San Antonio will kick off its 2015 season Saturday, Jan. 31, with the first of five “Wild Days” weekends spotlighting amazing animals and   globally-recognized animal conservationists in special shows at the Nautilus Amphitheater.             

The animal experts featured during the five weekends will include Bindi Irwin, youth animal ambassador, in an all-new show and “Jungle Jack” Hanna, star of two nationally broadcast TV shows detailing his international animal adventures.

Generation Nature LIVE
Irwin will host Generation Nature LIVE on Saturday, Feb. 21, and Sunday, Feb. 22. Bringing – the kid-centric website – to life, Irwin will headline a high-energy, fun-filled show designed to inspire kids to become “Game Changers for Nature.”  Families can play interactive games to uncover their family’s “Nature IQ,” enjoy special appearances by some of SeaWorld’s favorite animal ambassadors and learn how they can take action to make a big difference for wildlife.

A special “Dine with Bindi Irwin” opportunity also will be available for park guests. Visit for more details.
Wild Days with Jack Hanna
Guests can join “Jungle Jack” Hanna for two days of wild animal shows and autograph signings when he visits on Saturday, Feb. 14, and Sunday, Feb. 15.  They can also celebrate Valentine’s Day with a “Dine with Jack Hanna” get-together on Saturday, Feb. 14 and enjoy an all-you-can-eat barbecue meal at Ports-of-Call for $19.99 plus tax for adults and $14.99 plus tax for children (age 3-9). Advanced reservations are required. Park admission is required, but not included. Visit or call (800) 700-7786 to make reservations. 
The other “Wild Days” weekends will feature the following shows:
  • Saturday, Jan. 31, and Sunday, Feb. 1: “Wild Days: SeaWorld Live! with Chuck
    – SeaWorld San Antonio’s own animal expert and TV personality Chuck Cureau will host a show with fascinating animals and amazing stories of rescue, rehabilitation and preservation.
  • Saturday, Feb. 7, and Sunday, Feb. 8: “Wild Days: Amazing Animals” – A professor and his students will go on a quest to learn about some of earth’s amazing animals including lemurs, spoonbills, porcupines and other intriguing species from all over the world.
  • Saturday, Feb. 28, and Sunday, March 1: “Wild Days: Flying High” – This live show will introduce guests to some feathered friends from “Last Chance Forever,” an organization dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of sick, injured and orphaned birds of prey into their natural habitats.
All shows are included with any Annual Pass, Fun Card or daily admission. Guests who purchase a SeaWorld+Aquatica Annual Pass between now and Jan. 31, 2015 will get 25 percent off the price of that product, which includes unlimited admission to both parks for a full year. Annual Passes also include free parking, 20% off food and merchandise, discounts on education programs, and exclusive members-only offers. More details on this promotion are available at
Brian Carter, Director of Brand Communications and Interactive Marketing
(210) 523-3635