Busch Gardens Williamsburg announce new show in time for 40th Anniversary


Busch Gardens Williamsburg is celebrating 40 years in a big, big way. The park has built an all new coaster, though it’s saving the details for a later date. The park has also popped the cork an all new show for the 2015 season, which sounds like it will be a barrel of fun. It’s all just the beginning of a huge celebration that will honor the past 40 years of fun at Busch Gardens Williamsburg.


Last year, fans were delighted with an all new show in the Globe Theater in the England section of the park. This year guests will journey to a German village where they’re celebrating their 40th anniversary with a huge celebration of beer, music and more.
“Roll Out The Barrel” will celebrate the traditions that have been part of Busch Gardens Williamsburg for 40 years. It will be located (presumably) in Das Festhaus where guests can also grab a taste of German Cuisine.

“In the same way that Celtic Fyre®celebrates beloved Irish traditions,Roll Out The Barrel celebrates German traditions that have been part of the Busch Gardens experience for four decades,” said Scott Gasparich, Busch Gardens vice president of entertainment.

The all new show will combine live musicians, singers and dancers join high-flying acrobats in this interactive musical about the intrepid brewers of this delightful German village. The same musical team behind Scrooge No More!™, the park’s popular new Christmas show, is orchestrating the score for this one-of-a-kind show.
It will open on March 27th, and will join Celtic Fyre, Mix it Up, and London Rocks in the ongoing show line up.
This is only the beginning of the surprises that Busch Gardens has in store for guests as it celebrates 40 years.
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