Pirates Dinner Adventure, an attraction near International Drive, is presenting a Halloween version of its show called “Vampirates” plus additional spooky content that includes ghost hunting and a specialty cocktail.
The “Vampirates” show’s story is tied to a Halloween Ball that is infiltrated by Capt. Sebastian the Black and a crew of vampirates searching for a necklace with magical powers. That Solzana’s Eye would allow them to sail the seas in daylight.
A video from Pirates Dinner Adventure also shows aerial acts and sword fights amid the swashbuckling.
“There’s no better way to celebrate this haunting holiday than to defeat a crew of evil vampirates,” Amber Valois, sales and marketing manager for the attraction, said in a news release.
The Halloween show runs on select nights between Sept. 20 and Oct. 29. General admission includes a three-course dinner with unlimited soft drinks. Ticket prices $67.95 ($41.95 for ages 3-10).
For reservations or more information, call 407-206-5102 or go to piratesdinneradventure.com/orlando.
Pirates Dinner Adventure is partnering with American Ghost Tours, a ghost-hunting and paranormal investigation group, which will use paranormal investigation equipment and communicate with spirits who may be in the building. Visitors may purchase the upgrade for shows between Sept. 27 and Oct. 11.
In addition, the attraction’s Teatro Martini, an adult-only, burlesque-inspired show will add a Halloween overlay for the season and sell a limited-edition specialty cocktail.
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