The 2021 EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival is right around the corner!
We’ve already learned about the food booths, menus, topiaries, and entertainment coming to the festival. In the entertainment realm comes a brand new concert experience, and Disney has announced who will be performing!
Concerts have not been a part of Disney festivals since EPCOT reopened, but that is about to change! Groups like the Voices of Liberty and Mariachi Cobre have been performing at the America Gardens Theatre (and will continue to), but additionally, local bands from Orlando will take the stage! As part of the City Beautiful Bandstand, 6 different bands of all genres will perform throughout the festival.
The pop band EPIC! will be giving a high energy show on the stage on these dates:
- March 5th-8th
- April 16th-19th
- May 28th-31st
For some soulful Motown music, you’ll want to check out Motown in Motion! This group is here the following dates:
- March 19th-22nd
- April 30th-May 3rd
- June 11th-14th
If you’re a fan of everything vintage or the American Songbook, the Vintage Vinyl Band will be performing on:
- March 12th-15th
- April 23rd-26th
- June 4th-7th
The Hooligans will deliver some solid pop tunes ranging from 80s and 90s alternative to British Invasion! The dates for this band are:
- March 26th-29th
- May 7th-10th
- June 18th-21st
We don’t know about you, but we can’t get enough 80s pop, and luckily that’s what The Spazmatics will be performing on:
- April 2nd-5th
- May 14th-17th
- June 25th-28th
And last but not least, Latin Ambition will perform a bilingual show of latin and pop hits! These are the dates they will be performing:
- April 9th-12th
- May 21st-24th
- July 2nd-5th
Wow! It sounds like the Flower and Garden Festival will be even MORE fun than we expected! When the festival begins on March 3rd, we’ll be making our way around trying food from each booth, and brining you entertainment and merchandise updates. Stay tuned to DFB to follow along at the festival with us!
Which band do you want to see at the Flower and Garden festival? Let us know in the comments!