Arabian Nights Celebrates its 25th Anniversary with New Show - "The Royal Celebration"

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  • Orlando, FL (1888PressRelease) July 24, 2013 - Arabian Nights, a favorite of Orlando visitors for 25 years, has launched a new show called "The Royal Celebration." The story provides a new twist on an ancient tale that centers around the attraction's legendary, majestic Arabian horses.

    The New Story

    "The Royal Celebration" invites the audience to participate in the arranged marriage of the leaders of two tribes, the Seglawi and the Raula. These rivals unite when Princess Amirah and Prince Raswan come together through the passion they share for Arabian horses. Their love for horses influences their love for one another, culminating in a majestic Royal Wedding Celebration that features an amazing array of glorious horsemanship from around the world.

    "We've created an all-new experience, including several spectacular new acts which compliment the favorites that our guests have loved for decades," said Mark Miller, owner of Arabian Nights.

    "While our show is constantly changing, this is only the second complete revision of the entire show since we opened in 1988, and the first in 14 years," Miller added.

    New Horses

    "The Royal Celebration" features both Arabian horses from the famous Al-Marah herd that Arabian Nights fans have come to love over the years. Al-Marah Arabians were bred by Miller's mother, Bazy Tankersly, at her farm in Tucson, Arizona. These champion horses are known around the world for their beauty, strength and love of performing in front of crowds.

    The Al-Marah Arabians are joined by stellar members of another 12 breeds, comprised of everything from American Quarter horses to Percheron and Belgian draft horses.

    "Our new show also highlights all styles of riding, including the kind of Circus acrobatic riders and other specialties which are rarely seen anymore. The preservation of these exciting forms of riding is part of our mission to preserve and promote the equine arts," said Miller.

    A New Look

    In addition to the new show, Arabian Nights guests will see other changes throughout the summer, as the Great Hall undergoes a renovation that will include new décor throughout the building. "The Royal Celebration" also features extravagant new costumes and music.

    "As we make changes to our show and facility, we make sure that one thing never changes; that's our commitment to delivering world-class equestrian entertainment to audiences of all ages, in one of the few remaining family-owned attractions in Central Florida," said Miller.

    Arabian Nights is located at 3081 Arabian Nights Blvd. in Kissimmee.

    For more on Arabian Nights, please visit the all-new website,

    Media Contact

    Eileen Daley
    Executive Project Manager
    Arabian Nights Dinner Attraction
    407-589-2426 office
    941-716-1861 cell
    Eileen ( @ ) arabian-nights dot com

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