Provo, UT– Summer is a lot wilder for families in Utah with the announcement of Seven Peaks Waterpark’s entertainment lineup featuring a variety of animals. Seven Peaks brings three new shows to the waterpark, in addition to its water slides and attractions opening for the season May 25. All of the summer shows are included with park admission or a Pass of All Passes.

“The excitement continues outside of the water this year with new entertainment for families,” said Nick Strong, Marketing Manager for Seven Peaks Waterpark. “Providing a variety of things to do in addition to our slides and water attractions throughout this season gives our guests something new to see, from dancing sea lions and leaping tigers to free-flying eagles! We are excited to be celebrating our 30thanniversary in a big way.”

Summer Entertainment Schedule

Sea Lion Splash – May 31 – June 8
Royal Tigers Show – June 10 – June 22
Extreme Raptors – June 24 – July 6

Guests can come face-to-face with sea lions in Sea Lion Splash, the only traveling sea lion show in the United States. This one-of-a-kind show features the animals’ silly side with singing and dancing, acrobatics, sports and more.

Featuring Bengal and Siberian tigers, Royal Tigers Show, is an educational experience for the whole family. Guests will watch in amazement as the beautiful tigers walk a tight rope, perform choreographed leaps and even dance. This third-generation tiger trainer is devoted to preserving these magnificent creatures and education families as well.

Eagles, hawks, falcons and owls are center stage capturing the spirit of the wild in Extreme Raptors. This educational and entertaining wildlife show features birds of prey like you’ve never seen them before; appearing center stage and flying overhead to showcase their majestic beauty and fierceness.


About Seven Peaks Waterpark

Seven Peaks Waterpark in Provo, Utah, is the state’s largest waterpark, with more than 15 water attractions including five drop slides, a 500,000-gallon wave pool and more. For more information on the water park, guests can visit