Cancel Music Performance at SeaWorld


Target: Wisin

Goal: Stand up for marine animals by canceling concert at SeaWorld.

Puerto Rican musician, songwriter and record producer Wisin is planning to perform at SeaWorld Orlando on May 14 for the park’s “Viva la Musica” concert series. This music festival is SeaWorld’s latest money-making ploy to save its nosediving brand, which is now associated worldwide with systematic cruelty. The idea is to divert attention from the fact that the whole SeaWorld enterprise is founded on the exploitation and suffering of marine animals. Don’t let them get away with it.

Good news came recently when SeaWorld announced that it would no longer breed orcas. This would never have happened without the massive backlash caused by the film Blackfish, a fantastic documentary that exposed SeaWorld as nothing more than a cruel prison for animals. The cessation of the orca breeding program is a positive development; however, many animals—including orcas, beluga whales, dolphins and seals—are still held captive by the so-called amusement park, forced to live their lives in cramped tanks that are like bath tubs for them.

The boycott of SeaWorld will not stop merely because they have ceased to breed orcas. It will continue until all of the sentient beings are released from confinement and sent to ocean sanctuaries. With this in mind, events like the Viva la Musica music festival must be opposed. Thanks to the continued activism of organizations like PETA, several musicians have canceled performances at SeaWorld, including Willie Nelson, Martina McBride and Trace Adkins. Please sign the below petition urging Wisin to follow their humane example.


Dear Wisin,

I am sorry to hear that you plan to perform a concert at SeaWorld on May 14. As millions of people now understand, to perform at SeaWorld is to support the abuse and neglect suffered by all the marine life held captive there.

SeaWorld is a nefarious company that profits from the exploitation of highly intelligent animals like orcas and dolphins. As the documentary film Blackfish revealed, the conditions in which these animals are forced to live and perform are deplorable, causing emotional and psychological distress, as well as significantly shortening their lifespans.

Surely, you do not endorse the exploitation and abuse of innocent animals, in which case it does not make sense for you to perform at SeaWorld. I respectfully urge you to cancel your scheduled concert and to furthermore help educate your audience about the park’s sordid enterprise.


[Your Name Here]

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  1. Anita Culling says:

    Please use your status to set an example and don’t perform at sea world. We need to stop abusing wildlife

  2. simon rickman simon rickman says:

    he must be stupid to be supporting this nasty place

  3. Amazing how no one ever praises them for rescuing injured sea life as they often do. They also help children learn about sea life. Yes they are learning certain animals should no be penned such as whales but many of these whales were raised in captivity and may not survive in the ocean so it would actually be cruel to dump them out there without planning and thought. It seems Seaworld is attempting to right their wrongs but it takes time. Perhaps some of those who condemn them need to visit the park and see what its really about before you pass judgement.

  4. Denise Baudin says:

    Performing at SeaWorld is agreeing with them that it is o.k. to keep animals in captivity and to torture them by forcing them to perform stupid tricks. Please, Wisin, be the voice for these animals, use your platform, speak up and set them free. Thank you.

  5. Lisa Allred Lisa Zarafonetis says:

    Signed & Shared. ?

  6. Chris Sante says:

    Detesto el Reggeton pero el tiene un mil mejores lugares donde pueda tocar.

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