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Special seating for Mardi Gras Parade at Universal Orlando


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  • Special seating for Mardi Gras Parade at Universal Orlando

    This year at Mardi Gras Universal Orlando is going to offer different types of special seating for the shortened parade route!
    • Special KID viewing and bead grabbing area will be near Terminator 2: 3-D (seating begins 1 hour prior to the parade)
    • ADA viewing will be in front of the Macy's Facade in New York
    • Annual Pass viewing will be in front of Mel's Drive-In in Hollywood
    • AMEX Cardholder viewing area will be located on Delancy Street (near Blues Brothers) in New York

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    Re: Special seating for Mardi Gras Parade at Universal Orlando

    I went last year and had fun. They had some pretty good local Cajun and Blues bands there and I got to try my first Beignet (pronounced Ben-yea) and it was good. This also was my first Mardi Gras parade which I thought was outstanding. I can only imagine what the ones in New Orleans are like. I'm told that they change some of the floats every year. Mardi Gras at Universal Studios Florida - YouTube
    Why are they going to a shorter parade route?
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