ORLANDO, FL – I-Drive 360, a popular Orlando destination, will serve as headquarters for all Atlantic Coast Conference football fans on Friday, Dec. 2, the night before the Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game.
ACC Football Fan Central starts at 6 p.m. with performances from the Clemson marching band at 7 p.m. and the Virginia Tech marching band at 7:45 p.m. The event also features special appearances by ACC cheerleaders and mascots and a live performance by the Greg Warren Band from 8:45 to 10:30 p.m.
Special discounts will be available for ACC fans throughout I-Drive 360, including the below offers:
•7D Dark Ride Experience - $2 off admission
•Arcade City – Free $2 play cards
•Boardwalk Beads Kiosk – 15% off entire purchase
•Boardwalk Shades Beads Kiosk – 15% off entire purchase
•Buffalo Wild Wings – $5 off the purchase of $25 or more
•Cowgirls – 15% off entire purchase
•Flashcopter Kiosk – Buy one, get one free – Flashcopter/light-up bubble guns/light show spinners
•Coca-Cola Orlando Eye – 25% off admission
•Outback Steakhouse – Free Bloomin’ Onion with any purchase
•Paramount Mediterranean Cuisine – 15% off entire purchase
•Pretzelmaker/GAC – Buy one large Pretzel Bite get one Free
•Shake Shack – Free order of fries with purchase of a burger
•Skeletons – Two for one admission
•Sugar Factory- 10% off entire purchase
•Tapa Toro – $10 off the purchase of $50 or more
•Tervis – 15% off entire purchase
•Tin Roof – Happy Hour from 3-7 pm
•Yard House - Happy Hour from 3-6 pm
I-Drive 360 is a new $250 million entertainment complex and home to the iconic Coca-Cola Orlando Eye observation wheel. Developed in a partnership that includes Paul Kanavos and Adam Raboy of Flag Luxury Group; Brett Torino of The Torino Companies; and Chuck Whittall of Unicorp National Developments, The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye is the centerpiece of the complex and at 400 feet, is the tallest observation wheel on the east coast of the United States.
Located in the heart of Orlando's popular International Drive, I-Drive 360 features a mix of attractions, restaurants, clubs and shops. Joining the Orlando Eye is a spectacular SEA LIFE Aquarium and Madame Tussauds wax attraction, all operated by Merlin Entertainments. Skeletons Museum joins the attraction lineup with over 500 skeletons of animals from around the world. Popular restaurants include Yard House, Tapa Tora, Kotai Sushi Bar, Paramount Mediterranean Cuisine, Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba's Italian Grill, Shake Shack and Sugar Factory. High energy entertainment is featured nightly at Tin Roof and Cowgirls Rockbar. A lush courtyard featuring a $1.5 million water show, set to lively music, completes I-Drive 360 as the centerpiece of the complex. Free parking is available in a covered multi-level facility. For more information, visit www.i-drive360.com.
2016 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship: The 2016 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game will kick off at 8 p.m. on Dec. 3 at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium. The game will be nationally televised on ABC and will feature the Atlantic Division Co-Champion, Clemson, against the Coastal Division Champion, Virginia Tech. To purchase tickets, and for more information on the full weekend of ACC festivities, visit accchampionship.com.