The streets of Universal Studios are bustling for Mardi Gras 2007

Universal Studios, Orlando, Florida One of two amazing theme parks in Universal Orlando, Florida boasts the largest Mardi Gras celebration outside of New Orleans, with a full live concert hall full of lively, multi-colored music stars. will also be thrown around!), elaborately dressed characters and great Big Easy kitchens such as jambalaya and shrimp gumbo.

In addition, Mardi Gras presents live performances by some of the most talented musicians of the French Quarter through the "Celebrate New Orleans Music" program at Universal Studios. New Orleans musicians are expected to be Jumpin & # 39; Johnny Sansone, T-Broussard and Zydeco Steppers, Brian Lee and The Blues Power Band, Billy Iuso and The Restless Natives, Lil & # 39; Malcolm and The House Rockers, Big Sam's Funky Nation, Dopsie and Zydeco Hellraisers, Chris Klein and The Boulevards, Lil & # 39; Brian and Zydeco Travelers, Soul Project and Mem Shannon and The Membership.

Known as the "ultimate street party", Mardi Gras takes place at Universal Studios almost every Saturday night from early February to mid-April. Admission to Universi Studios Mardi Gras is $ 44.95 plus tax. Live concerts at Universal Studios Mardi Gras Concert Hall begin at 8pm. On the 30th.

“This year's event is a great addition to Universal Studios Florida's dynamic trips and shows. Locals and visitors alike enjoy nationally recognized music acts that headline Mardi Gras events, ”says Kyle Collins, Interactive Marketing Director at HotelsCorp.com. . "In addition, Universal CityWalk is hosting an official Mardi Gras party, which includes free nightclub admission, including Pat O & # 39; Brien & # 39; s, CityWalk's official Mardi Gras headquarters." :

2007 Mardi Gras Universal Studios concert schedule

o Donna Summer – February 10, 2007

Known as the "Queen of the Discotheque", this Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter hits including "Hot Things", "Last Dance" and "She's Working for Money".

o Huey Lewis & The News – February 17, 2007

The 80s rock band, Huey Lewis & News, was often described with classics such as "Do I Want a New Cure", "Do You Believe in Love," "Hip to be Square" and "If This Is It?" it is":

o Taylor Hicks – February 24, 2007

American Idol fifth season winner Taylor Hicks recently released her debut album, which proved to be a huge hit with her hardcore fan base known as Soul Patrol.

o Wynonna – March 3, 2007

Award-winning country music singer Winona Jud Wood (Naomi's daughter and Ashley's sister) boasts number one hits, including "I Saw the Light," "There's No One on Earth," and "She's the Only Need."

o Doobie Brothers – March 10, 2007

The classic rock band The Doobies continues to entertain audiences of all ages with songs like "Takin 'it to the Streets", "Black Water", "Listen to the Music", "It Keeps You Runnin'" and "What the Fool Believes" »:

o The Temptations and Four Topics – March 17, 2007

The two legendary Motown bands combine for a unique concert experience featuring classic material such as "My Girl", "Get Ready", "Don't Be Proud", "You Do It." Things You Do ”and“ Baby, I Need Your Love, ”among many.

o Sean Paul – 2007 March 24

An extremely popular and talented J Amian dance dance artist, Sean Paul has achieved chart hits such as "Gimme the Light", "Get Busy", "Like Glue" and "Temperature".

o daughter – April 7, 2007

Although Chris Daughtry finished fourth in the fifth season of American Idol, the rock singer formed his own band Daughtry and released an album (full of hits such as "It Ain't Over" and "Breakdown"), which has already reached number one 1st. banner charts.

o KC & The Sunshine Band – April 14, 2007

Founded in the early 70s, KC and the Sunshine Band recorded a number of disco hits, such as Get Down Tonight, Shake Your Booty and That Way Way (I Like It).