Are you ready to see Epcot undergo its MAJOR transformation?
If you’ve been to the Dinsey World park in the last couple of months, you’ve already seen the construction happening all around Epcot’s main entrance and throughout much of Future World!
But tonight, Disney has shared some new information about the new Festival Pavilion — in addition to the stuff we already knew from this year’s D23 Expo and the Epcot Experience at the Odyssey Center!
And while we already knew the new multi-level Festival Pavilion that was coming to World Celebration (one of the new lands Future World is being re-imagined into) would be the center Epcot’s many year-round festivals, Disney has just announced it will be “transformed for the seasons and festivals” with special themed decorations!
Could there be giant paintbrushes and pallets for Epcot’s Festival of the Arts? Or maybe giant foods and cooking utensils for Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival? And we can’t wait to see it decorated for Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival or the Festival of the Holidays which is happening right now!
We’re really excited about this new festival addition and can’t wait to see what it brings to each festival! And speaking of Epcot, have you heard all the news? We’ve seen the ride vehicle for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, new details on Space 220, we have the opening date for Canada Far and Wide, Awesome Planet, and the Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along! Oh, and we tried some of the food coming to the new Regal Eagle Smokehouse. Big things are happening, people!
Are you excited about the new Festival Pavilion coming to Epcot? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
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