This year Legoland Florida Resort is celebrating its tenth anniversary. As part of the celebration is the new Awe-Summer weekend event that runs through August 8, with surprise streetmosphere performances on every corner.
The entertainment in the Awe-Summer brings a lot of variety for children and adults:
Surprise Birthday Squad: The streetmosphere crew that shows up around the park with surprises, performances, and even special birthday treats.
Time to learn! – Join Florida Prepaid Schoolhouse teachers as they engage in activities and songs about the fun of science and the excitement of reading and writing in a show that’s perfect for little ones (ages two to six).
Clap your hands to the beats and sounds of the new Safari Drummers and test your dinosaur knowledge with the Dino Duo.
Brick beard’s Water sports Stunt Show – In this Captain Brick beard and Calico Jade get their crew of new recruits in shape through a series of exciting stunts on the seas, including wakeboarding, barefoot skiing and a new fly boarding act.
Elemental Masters: This fan-favorite Lego Ninja go Days show returns with ninjas demonstrating advanced skills in mastering elemental powers with kicks, spins, and falls on the Lego City stage.
Robots to the Rescue – Join Olivia as she returns from Lego Friends Weekends at Heart lake Hall for an interactive Lego brick-building workshop to help save her robot friend.
Olivia in interactive brick building workshop. Photo Legoland Florida.
Specialty weekends also have more fun:
The fireworks return on July 3 and 4. Red, White and Boom! America celebrates Independence Day as the skies over Lake Eloise fill with colorful fireworks.
The firework goggles (complementary) transform fireworks into exploding Lego bricks. Before the sun goes down, visitors can help create a giant American flag from thousands of Lego bricks.
Heroes Weekend – August 7-8, learn about safety in a fun and engaging way as we celebrate the heroes who keep us safe! Kids can participate in a variety of fun activities, attractions, and character experiences, while families gather important information from the National Fire Protection Association.