How to Plan a Band or Orchestra STARS Performance at Universal Orlando Resort
Did you know that music groups, from grade school to college, can perform at Universal Orlando Resort? From Jazz Bands to Rock Bands, Orchestras to Symphonies there’s a STAR worthy moment with your school’s name on it.
Groups can perform on stage in front of crowds of Universal Orlando guests visiting from all over the world. Marching bands can hit the streets of Universal Studios Florida by foot.
Submitting an application is as easy as 4 simple steps:
1. Check All of the Minimum Requirements Before Submitting an Application
Be sure to check and follow all of the application criteria. Criteria for Stage groups differs from Marching Band criteria, so be sure to adhere to the right specifications. Be advised that every performance requires a specific ticket purchase, but you can apply before making a purchase. If you have questions on whether your group qualifies, give us a call at 1-800-YOUTH15. A representative can walk you through the process and answer questions along the way.
2. Plan Your Set List and Uniform
As you review the requirements and the application, you’ll notice that there are some guidelines for song selection – we can help with this. For some inspiration, here is a sample of performance songs that are popular with schools participating in the STARS Program:
NOTE: Even if you select a song from this playlist you will still need to submit your setlist for approval.
All performers must be in uniform. As a general rule, jeans and T-shirts are not allowed. During spring and summer months, bands may substitute wool uniforms with alternative uniforms, such as matching shirts with collars and matching pants.
3. NEW! Submit an Application Online
Now you can complete the application online!
4. Finalize the Details with our STARS Team and Complete Ticket Purchase
Once your application is submitted, the STARS team will be in touch to solidify all of the details of your performance.
We can’t wait to show you off to the entire Universe.