Orlando Dinner Shows that Take You on a Ride
by Guest Writer
Since the writing of this article, Arabian Nights has gone out of business. The information printed here is for reference only and most of it is no longer is applicable.
A day in the city of Orlando doesn’t end when the sun goes down. Fun begins at night with beautiful Orlando dinner shows. Want romantic shows? Arabian nights and pirate dinner shows are the way to go.
Be a guest at a wedding in the setting of Arabian Nights. These Orlando dinner shows place all the cast in horseback as they battle an uninvited guest that threatens to destroy the princess’ happy ending. The entire show takes place in an indoor equestrian arena with world-famous horses. The horse breeds used for these show range from the powerful Arabians, warm breed Andalusian , quiet but quick Quarter horses and heavy carriers known as Draft horses such as the Belgian and Percheron breed. The four legged cast offers variety into the stage, their difference in appearance only serves to wow the audience even more so when they perform their stunts. Arabian Nights Orlando dinner shows’ most famous character is the black stallion which only appears through special permission from the family of its owner, Walter Farley.
There is a story about an all-American girl who found out her royal lineage at the age of 21. Join her adventure along with her genie, Abracadabra as they travel through Europe to watch military-style quadrilles; to gypsy camps to see horse acrobatics; to Latin America and watch the garrocha romance. These horseback stunts will surely captivate the audience into the magical world of horses. Conflict comes into play as an evil prince plots to kidnap the princess to claim the throne while the princess finally finds his gentle and kind horse loving prince. The thrilling Orlando dinner shows plot takes you from the corners of America on horseback and no one will be leaving without a happy ending.
Seating is on a first come first serve basis. Therefore, it is advisable for customers to arrive at least 45 minutes before the show to allow time for parking and check-in. This will also allow them to take part in a great pre-show. The house doors open 1 hour before the show and the great hall will be lined with appetizers and a cash bar. The arena floor will provide games and entertainment for children guided by a host. There will also be an option to see the horses 15 minutes before the show. Arabian Nights Orlando dinner shows also have a VIP experience package that lets the guest meet and greet the cast after the performance.
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