Changes to Dinner Shows Due To Covid
Here’s an update of the effect of Covid on some of the best dinner shows of the area which have been a topic of concern. Here’s a list of dinner shows that are still up and running strong.
Medieval Times has resumed its sword-fighting adventure experience but requires mask-wearing while walking about or using the restroom. However, once seated you can feel free to eat and drink as normal without the mask. Enjoy your meal, the jousting at a safe distance from others at your table.
For Busch Gardens Food and Wine Festival, similar guidelines have been enforced, with enhanced sanitization procedures. So, you can still make incredible memories while still safe and secure where ever your journey takes you.
While not all shows are back up and running, here are a few that are down for a moment:
• Disney’s Fort Wilderness Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue with southern-style dining, and
• Mango’s Tropical Cafe, the award-winning dinner show with Brazilian Samba, Cuban Conga, and a variety of Latin beats.
However, you can check out our list of exciting dinner shows here still open (Best Dinner Shows of 2021) All of which available with reservations, mask-wearing, and social distancing guidelines in place.
Even though 2021 has moved forward with many changes due to the effects of Covid-19, you can still experience a safe and memorable night of dinner and excitement. Just make sure to make those reservations in advance, so that you don’t miss out on all that the area has to offer. Also, mask up, keep your distance and enjoy yourself!