Week 13 of the WDW Prep series! That means there’s only 39 weeks until my trip to WDW…OH MY GOD!!!!! This week, I researched into the entertainment at Epcot and it seems like this is one of the parks with the least entertainment. Here’s what I’ve found:
Since Epcot is filled with countries all over the world, there are country based entertainment. For example, we have the British Revolution. This is a 4 piece band performing a 30 minute show. They perform tributes to some of the biggest bands including The Who, Queen and The Rolling Stones. I think since I am British, I would quite like to see this show. From what I have found, they have performances at 3PM, 4:30PM, 5:30PM, 7PM and 8PM. However, as I always say, make sure you check the times for when you go since times may differ.
A different take from the usual music entertainment is the Jeweled Dragon Acrobats. This is in the China part of Epcot and performances take place at 4:10PM, 5:10PM, 6:10PM, 7:10PM and 8:10PM. It’s on for 20 minutes and involves an incredible display of skills. They also use props such as seesaws. I think this would be an insane show to watch, especially since it’s something different too!
In Japan, you have the Matsuriza. This is a drumming based performance. This is a 15 minute show and you have one show in the morning at 11:45AM and then the rest are at 12:30PM, 1:10PM, 2:00PM, 2:40PM, 3:30PM, 4:15PM. So, you’ve got plenty of times here to try and see this show! This drumming show sounds pretty impressive. Disney like to describe it as ‘Feel the rhythm as this group of traditional Japanese drummers performs intricate musical arrangements on giant drums—in a dazzling display of pure physical stamina.’ Sounds great right? I will defo try to see this!
We also have the Mariachi Cobre, music of Mexico! Look out for the men wearing sombrero hats. They will play a 25 minute performance of traditional folk music from Jalisco in Mexico. This also includes a morning show at 11:20AM, afternoon shows at 12:20PM, 1:05PM, 2:30PM, 4PM and an evening show at 5PM.
There are many character meet and greets in Epcot, including Mulan, Pluto, Snow White, Donald Duck and more! Make sure you check the times on the day you visit Epcot to see when these characters meets are.
There is also a new firework show at Epcot called Epcot Forever. This is on at 9:30PM. Without a doubt, all Disney firework shows are incredible so it’s a must do to see the firework shows in my opinion and I’m sure you will love it!
Now, I’ve left a piece of entertainment that I will 100% see and that I’m so excited for last. The Voices Of Liberty. This show is done inside the American Adventure and is on for 15 minutes. From video clips, this performance seems incredible and just sounds unreal on video so I can’t wait to hear it in person! They are dressed in outfits from the 1800’s and sing capella melodies. Honestly, it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but trust me when I say this will sound incredible! The schedule is unavailable for this show, so check the times for your visit through the My Disney Experience app.