It’s time to savor the tastes, sights, sounds, and scents of Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival, and we are so excited! This year brings several NEW experiences, including expanded entertainment, fresh eats, and more ways to involve the kiddos!
And this year, we’ve got a DFB Guide to help you plan a magical visit to Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival! Click here to learn more about the DFB Guide to Epcot Flower and Garden!
So plant yourself for a moment while we seed your plans with all the NEW Flower and Garden fun!
New Flower and Garden Festival Menu Items at Four New Food Booths!
Talk about keepin’ things fresh! This year’s Flower and Garden Festival will feature 17 food booths — including four that are BRAND NEW this year! In addition to the Full Flavor Kitchen Hosted by AdventHealth which will serve up Citrus-Poached Salmon, Roasted Beets, and a Mickey Tart with Peanut Butter Mousse; the Arbor at The Gardeners Terrace will offer Fried Green Tomatoes, Smoked Salmon, and a Mixed Berry Buttermilk Cake!
The Citrus Blossom will celebrate all things citrus with Lobster Tail, Tuna Tataki, Crispy Chicken, and Citrus Shortcake. And Trowel & Trellis Hosted by IMPOSSIBLE Foods brings an all-vegetarian menu with Grilled Street Corn, a Farmhouse Meatball, and a Chocolate Pudding Terrarium.
Garden Rocks Concerts Seven Nights a Week!
is a live music event that — for the first time! — will be rockin’ the American Gardens Theater with artists who span years and genres SEVEN days a week! Acts for 2019 include John Michael Montgomery, A Flock of Seagulls, Lonestar, Jon Secada, and more! There are also 17 acts new to the Festival this year, including Colin Hay, Richard Marx, and Wang Chung.
Garden Rocks is a great way to catch some live music in between flower gazing and booth grazing! Don’t forget to book a dining package to guarantee your seat.
Fun For the Kids!
If you’re visiting Flower and Garden with your little ones in tow, this year’s Festival has two NEW ways for them to have some fun (and burn off some energy!). Bo Peep’s Playtime Training Grounds is presented by Toy Story 4 and features a playground and garden that Woody and his pals would love! You’ll find the Training Grounds near Test Track!
The Play Full Garden, located on the Imagination Walkway, will provide interactive activities for the whole family! These activities will focus on nutrition and wellness with a new playground and the Full Flavor Kitchen Hosted by AdventHealth!
Get the kiddos excited for Flower and Garden by showing them the Full Flavor Kitchen food booth menu!
Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival showcases the beauty, diversity, and function of the natural world, and this year the Festival is bringing attention to an environmental crisis facing the planet: ocean trash. In Future World West, guests can view the Penguin Sculpture made entirely of repurposed trash that was pulled from the earth’s oceans. The brand new sculpture is presented by Disneynature.
If you’re as excited as we are for Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival, you’ve got some planning to do! Let us help with the DFB Guide to Epcot Flower and Garden!
What NEW Flower and Garden experience are you most excited to try? Let us know in a comment!