If you are visiting Epcot at any given time, chances are there is a festival happening! The best thing about Festivals at Epcot is they are included with the cost of your Epcot park ticket. These festivals bring extra food and fun to the park, all included with your admission to Epcot. Learn the approximate yearly Dates & Descriptions of each.
Which festival is your favorite?
Epcot’s International Festival of the Arts (Mid-January through Mid-February)
Enjoy all things art from visual, to performance arts and delightful food options. Guests can look forward to art displays, specialty foods and special photo opportunities. In 2018, guests enjoyed Broadway Shows At America Gardens Theatre, workshops & seminars at no extra cost, “Figment’s Brush with the Masters,” a scavenger hunt and an Interactive chalk area for children. Read more on, Festival of the Arts in Epcot.
Epcot’s International Flower & Garden Festival (March through May)
Guests enjoy the beauty of nature with flower displays and Disney characters as topiaries. See floating gardens on the water between Future World and the World Showcase. In past years, guests enjoyed the children’s interactive play areas, Garden Rocks Concert series at America Gardens Theatre, outdoor kitchens, a butterfly house exhibit and special merchandise. Read more about the Flower & Garden Festival.
Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival (Late August through Mid-November)
Celebrate all things food, with additional food stations set up representing: Africa, Brazil, China, Greece and more. Past guests have taken part in: Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak Scavenger Hunt, Beverage Seminars, Cheese Seminars, Culinary Demonstrations and Eat to the Beat concert at America Gardens Theater. Read more about the Food & Wine Festival.
Epcot’s International Festival of the Holidays (Mid-November through December)
Formally known as Holidays around the World, Guests will enjoy holiday entertainment, holiday kitchens and more. Past guests have enjoyed: Holiday Storytellers in each of the 11 countries, the Candlelight Processional at the America Gardens Theatre, a holiday version of IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth and a scavenger hunt- Chip & Dale’s Christmas Tree Spree (for an extra cost). Read more about Festival of the Holidays.
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