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Business Description
For everyone with dreams of taking the stage and belting out a song as lead singer of a band, get ready for your moment in the spotlight. CityWalk's Rising Star is not your typical karaoke club. Here when you grab the mic you're performing with a live band complete with real backup singers. Choose from an impressive number of song titles and rock out like a superstar, or croon your favorite country ballad, as you perform in front of a live audience.

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Phone: (407) 224-2189

Primary Phone: (407) 224-2189

Payment method
check, debit, diners club, cash, amex, discover, master card, visa, all major credit cards
Universal Studios Florida
Florida Center
Tourist Information & Attractions, Amusement Places & Arcades, Places Of Interest
Other Information

Parking: Garage

Bike Parking: No

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Price Range : Average

Alcohol: Full Bar

Outdoor Seating: No


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Michelle F.



Spent the day at Universal Studios and was looking forward to an end of a great day with Karaoke, but no such luck. Terrible service. Had to go to the bar 3 times for just water. Ordered a soda, and never an offer for a refill. Interestingly, I was told it'd be free with a Universal Studios ticket...buts thats only if you are going there at least two days. So dont trust what you read. Now, about the karaoke rotation....if you're a get in. Random at best and definately, not worth a "FREE" cover. Enter at your own risk!!




The night started off okay until I went on stage to sing a second song. The host refused to give me the microphone and one of the back up singers said that patrons could only sing one song per night. The manager came up to the stage and told me that we could only sing one song due to how busy it was and that I should be glad that I got to sing at all. So imagine mine and my friends surprise when the very next two performances were ladies who had already performed earlier in the night. From that time on, the mood at my table changed; my friends who had been having a good time, were mad. It would not have been such a big deal if the explanation was given to everyone in the club that patrons would only be allowed to sing one song per night. But the fact that I was blatantly lied to and watched as the next two performances after I was supposed to sing were ladies who had sung before that bothered us the most.

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