Scattered thunderstorms and a 40% chance of rain are expected in Orlando through the weekend. Daytime highs will reach the high 80s with nighttime lows in the mid 70s. Don’t forget to pack the rain gear! Click here for an up-to-the-minute Orlando weather forecast.
The fall special events at the Orlando theme parks are right around the corner. Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom begins Sept. 13, Epcot International Food & Wine Festival kicks off Sept. 30 and Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios starts Sept. 23. Here’s a helpful planning calendar with estimated temperatures and crowd levels if you’re traveling to Orlando this fall.
What’s Happening This Weekend…
Rock the Universe @ Universal Studios
It’s Rock the Universe this Friday and Saturday night at Universal Studios with 17 of the biggest names in Christian rock taking to the Music Plaza Stage. This year’s event is expected to draw thousands of guests and will feature brand new experiences like the Fan Zone which will give attendees the chance to interact with some of the artists, a Candlelighting Ceremony featuring Dr. Jay Strack, and LIVE Karaoke sponsored by My Coke Rewards. Rock the Universe is a separately ticketed event and is not included with regular theme park admission.
Night of Joy @ Magic Kingdom
Magic Kingdom presents Night of Joy this Friday and Saturday night. This contemporary Christian music festival features live performances by well-known Christian music superstars on several stages throughout the park. Newsboys, Jars of Clay, Jeremy Camp and TobyMac are just a few of the headlining artists performing at this year’s event. Night of Joy is a separately ticketed event and is not included with regular theme park admission.
Wantilan Luau @ Loews Royal Pacific Resort
Sit back and experience an evening of authentic Polynesian food and entertainment at the enchanting Wantilan Luau this Saturday night at Loews Royal Pacific Resort. The dinner show features an all-you-can-eat buffet of Polynesian specialties, live Hawaiian music and traditional hula dancing. Reservations are required; call 407-503-DINE or reserve online here.