LEGOLAND Goes Extreme with New Live Show

Go Xtreme! features outrageous stunts in a family-friendly atmosphere

Go Xtreme! will take place in LEGO City at the theme park.
The new show will take place in LEGO City at the theme park. LEGOLAND Florida photo

A new live-action stunt show is opening this summer at LEGOLAND Florida Resort. Go Xtreme! will bring together family entertainment and action-packed entertainment.

Families will be on the edge of their seats as they watch this new show’s exhilarating, humorous, and extreme feats performed by professional performers. The show is available on select dates from May 27 to August 6.

The action of the stunt show takes place on the set of Go Xtreme! in LEGO City, where Producer Tom, a brand-new character at the LEGOLAND Florida Resort, is overseeing the talent selection process. Families can participate in the excitement by sitting in the “live studio audience” as aspiring stunt performers battle for their big break on the program.

With crowd-pleasing feats by BMX riders, scooter riders, a Cyr wheel artist, an inline skater, and a world-record-holding pogo athlete, who’s sure to provide more than a few laughs, skill and agility take center stage. Which outrageous stunts are selected for the newest season of the show will be decided by a group of entertaining guest judges.

Also new this summer is The Rhythm Bricks, a roaming percussion ensemble and interactive instrument experience. Nightly Pirate Island Pool Parties also return this summer, featuring swashbuckling entertainment and fun after the theme park closes.

The LEGOLAND Florida Resort Annual Pass starts at less than $13 a month with a minimal down payment. The passes provide entry to the resort’s events throughout the year, including Red, White & BOOM, Brick-or-Treat Presents Monster Party, and Holidays at LEGOLAND, as well as 12 months of enjoyment and passholder exclusives. Visit to learn more.

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