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Find out more details about the brand new music being featured at EPCOT’s entrance! Take a listen here! The post More Details About EPCOT’s New Entrance Music Have Been Revealed! appeared first on AllEars.Net.
Are you planning on visiting the Walt Disney World Resort anytime soon? If you are, then these tips might interest you! Recently we asked Disney Addicts to share their favorite Disney World tips with us, is always good to plan and have a better idea about what to expect when you visit a Disney Park. So whether its your first time or not, you might find tips you didn’t know about. TICKETS AND DATES First of all, the best months to visit Disney World are January, February, the second half of April, first half of May, second half of August and September. This due to kids being in school and avoiding marathons and big holidays. If you are worried about those months not having enough things to do, don’t worry! You will find Festival of the Arts, the Flower and Garden Festival, as well as, the famous Food and Wine Festival at Epcot! Plus many other things, there’s always something to do at Disney. Related – Disney World Park Pass System Update For tickets, make sure to look for special offers, usually Disney will launch limited time offers from time to time during the year. You also need to remember that you will require a Disney Park Pass Reservation for the
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The Taste of EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival is in full swing and, as would only be right, I’ve begun making my way around to the various Outdoor Kitchens. […]
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The new EPCOT entrance music sparked some…discussion when it debuted a few days ago. Instead of putting together an original score for the entrance music, Disney selected an arrangement of pre-existing songs that carried a generic, triumphant, uplifting theme, but failed to reach the iconic arrangement of years past in many guests opinion. Now, Disney Imagineer Zach Riddley has taken to social media to provide a bit more context on how Disney selected the EPCOT entrance music songs. EPCOT has a unique musical voice – a legacy and future with a sound all its own. As we shared with D23 in 2019, our team has been working on new music and a parkwide soundscape informing new shows, attractions and environments we are bringing to life in this transformation to live alongside the classic songs and themes EPCOT is known for. This week we released a new EPCOT main entrance soundtrack with new tracks featuring bold themes with inspiring arrangements that set the stage for exploration, celebration and discovery. Associate Music Producer Leeann Hsueh drew inspiration from the breathtaking views and aspirational architecture of the original EPCOT when selecting the new soundtrack for this enhanced space. Hsueh notes “most of the music selections feature a hybrid orchestra – a combination of live musicians and electronic elements to bring a freshness to the music program.” This soundtrack captures our mission with this park and our work – that our shared future is bright and rich when we connect and celebrate what makes us ….
Harmonious, EPCOT’s brand new nighttime spectacular, will be one of the largest that Disney has ever produced! There is still no date set for the spectacular to debut, though Disney has announced that it will be later this year. Related – Epcot testing fireworks for Harmonious Thanks to Twitter user Brooke Geiger McDonald, we got a sneak peek at some of the fountain testing on the Harmonious barges in EPCOT… Early morning Harmonious fountain testing at EPCOT! #WaltDisneyWorld pic.twitter.com/9ER93kkJNI— Brooke Geiger McDonald (@BrookeGMcDonald) March 5, 2021You can see in the video above, posted by Twitter user Brooke Geiger McDonald, the fountains peeking out above the trees and just left of the top of one of the barges. Related – Harmonious Centerpiece installed in Epcot Another video posted by Brooke Geiger McDonald shows the fountains changing direction (see the link below). And some photos of the Harmonious barge fountain testing. #EPCOT pic.twitter.com/XSX1CaRKvB— Brooke Geiger McDonald (@BrookeGMcDonald) March 5, 2021This exciting nighttime spectacular will feature custom-built LED panels, choreographed moving fountains, colorful lights, lasers, pyrotechnics and more! The fountains will even stay on throughout the day for guests to be able to enjoy while traveling throughout EPCOT’s World Showcase. Related – Disney is now testing Harmonious in Epcot Photo by Disney.Are you as excited as we
As many of you already know, EPCOT is undergoing a major overhaul, which includes a complete reimagining of Future World, as well as construction on a few different attractions. During the 2019 D23 Expo, Bob Chapek, now the CEO of The Walt Disney Company, and Zach Riddley of Walt Disney Imagineering, announced several big projects coming to EPCOT — Some of which we have already seen and some of which are coming soon. Credit: ITMMost recently, fans had the opportunity to see the new flags fly high as well as new color-coordinated lighting around the main entrance plaza, which debuted on the same day as the start of the 2021 International Flower and Garden Festival. Along with both of these new elements, the theme park also debuted a new music loop on the same day! The new music loop includes songs such as “The Seasonal Seas” by Steven Price and “Eternal Beauty” by Mark Petrie. You can check out a playlist of the new EPCOT music loop on Spotify, courtesy of one of our writers, here. Related: EPCOT Fountain Finally Revealed as Construction Walls Come Down! Credit: Zach Riddley InstagramAnd now, Disney Imagineer Zach Riddley has taken to Instagram to give fans additional details surrounding the new music loop at EPCOT and how they are continuing to bring this new transformation to life: EPCOT has a unique musical voice – a legacy and future with a sound all its own. As we shared with D23