STARS Stage Performance Programs
From The Universal CityWalk™ Lagoon Stage*, non-marching groups entertain crowds of delighted Universal visitors. Whether you are a jazz band, show choir, concert choir, orchestra, or dance team, the cheers and applause of grateful guests will leave your performers with wonderful lifelong memories.
*Subject to change.
Participating groups should have a minimum of 40 performers. Each group should submit a completed application at least six weeks prior to the proposed performance date. Along with the completed applications, groups should provide the following:
- A non-returnable DVD or link of your group’s most recent performance featuring the uniform that will be worn during the group's performance (approx. 3 minutes in length for each performing group).
- A written script of any spoken material to be used during the performance.
Musical selections will need to be approved by Universal Orlando™ Resort prior to the group’s performance. Theme park tickets are required.
Uniforms are required for every performance and subject to approval. During spring and summer months, performance groups can substitute wool uniforms with alternative uniforms, such as matching shirts with collars and matching pants. Jeans and t-shirts are not permitted.
Stage performances will take place at one of the several stage locations in and around Universal Studios or the covered Plaza Stage in the Universal CityWalk™ entertainment complex. These performances should be 30 minutes long, encompassing positive and energetic musical selections.
Pearl/Adams is the official supplier of percussion equipment for the Universal STARS Performance Program. Timpani (set of 4), Concert Bass Drum, Marimba, Xylophone, Vibraphone, Chimes, Orchestra Bells and Congas are provided upon request.
The Universal CityWalk™ Lagoon Stage is 32’ x 28’ with a 4’ truss/bump out and is 24” high. Wenger Corporation is the official supplier of musical staging equipment and portable stages for performances in and around Universal Studios.
ALL SCHEDULED PERFORMANCES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.