We’ve already shared a look at the dates for the Food & Wine Festival, 5 booths that have been confirmed so far, and a look at the entertainment that will be coming back. But, one of our questions that still hasn’t been answered is whether the Eat to the Beat Concert Series will be coming back. Today one fantastic reader shared a potential clue with us to solve this mystery!
One of the biggest things that was missing was the Eat to the Beat Concert series. The concerts were unfortunately canceled for last year’s Festival. Also, other similar events at EPCOT’s festivals — like the Disney on Broadway Concert Series that usually takes place at the International Festival of the Arts — have not taken place since the parks reopened after the COVID-19 closures.
The 2021 EPCOT Food and Wine Festival is still several months away and we really haven’t gotten details about it yet. But, we have found something that might give us a clue about the future of the Eat to the Beat Concerts at this year’s Festival!
Last month we learned that on the same day EPCOT was set to reopen, a modified version of EPCOT’s Food and Wine Festival would be starting!
But just how “modified” are we talking here? Now that we’ve had a chance to explore the Taste of EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival, we can tell you EXACTLY how different (or not so different) it is from Food and Wine Festivals of yesteryear!
Can you believe Food and Wine time is just around the corner?? While the 2020 Epcot Food and Wine Festival will run from July 15th through the Fall (the longest running festival EVER), you can see the FULL booth menus and more now!
Oh, and make sure to check out the individual pages from our Main Menu Page to see returning food photos from each booth!
Who’s hungry?? (We are!) Let’s get snacking and sipping through the 2020 offerings!
Recently, a nationally-recognized panel of medical experts informed members of the music community it could be a long time before large ensembles could rehearse or perform together due to safety concerns from the global health crisis.
This realization was felt by chorus groups, theater performers, and opera companies who may need to rethink their craft for the next several months or maybe longer.
Who else is already daydreaming about the 2020 Epcot Food and Wine Festival??
As much as we adore eating and drinking our way around the booths, we’re also jazzed about the Eat to the Beat concert series! So we were pumped to hear about another performer we can rock out to this year!
There are few things we are looking forward to this year as much as the 2020 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival! Epcot is often seen as the “adult park” in comparison to the other Disney parks, so some families struggle with the idea of bringing children along.
Not only is Epcot an excellent park for the whole family, but the Food and Wine Festival itself is a great place to take kids! If you’re having doubts, or if your kids scoff at the idea of a “Food and Wine Festival,” we know of some pretty enticing kid-friendly activities so they can enjoy the festival WITH you this year!
While it may be many months away, it’s definitely time to start thinking happy Epcot Food and Wine Festival thoughts!
Yep, food is a major mood lifter, people! And so is music — which is why we’re super-stoked we just found out the name of another performer who’ll be at this year’s fest!
We know it’s awfully early to be talking about Epcot’s 2020 Food and Wine Festival being that Epcot’s 2020 Flower and Garden booths and menus were just released this weekend! YAY!
But believe it or not, we already found out the names of two of the artists who’ll be performing at this year’s Eat to the Beat concert series!