Updated: Apr 6, 2022
Happy Walt Wednesday daydreamers!! I am so excited that you're here. I've decided that I need to be sharing my Disney knowledge, reviews, suggestions etc. with the world because we all know I'm obsessed and like, it could help, right?! Especially those of you who travel to Orlando for your destination Disney-inspired wedding that I planned for you (*wink wink*).
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This week I wanted to share my experience at Epcot's International Festival of the Arts. Although the festival is almost over (last day is February 21st!), there is so much to see and experience that I had to share for my locals and President's Day weekend travelers.
Art is everywhere! From pop up photo ops in famous masterpieces to mind-blowing chalk art, there's so many beautiful pieces to enjoy. Make sure you take a photo with the 3D chalk drawing and stand where the little feet prints are for a super cool Instagrammable pic.
Honestly, who goes to Epcot without eating everything? (or at least as much as your wallet will allow, am I right?) A few of our favorites were the Chorizo & Potato Empanada at Encanto Cocina and the Arancini + Bomboloni at L'arte di Mangiare. Don't know what I'm talking about? Pick up a Festival Passport to find all of the festival's food spots.
My favorite part of the festival is the Disney on Broadway Concert Series. For the remainder of the festival at 5:30pm, 6:45pm and 8:00pm every night, you can see either Ashley Brown + Josh Strickland or Kissy Simmons + Michael James Scott perform various hits from Disney on Broadway shows. And let me just say, THEY. ARE. FIRE.
Pro tip: try to go to their final performances on Monday, February 21st, to see all 4 of them on the same stage! It's sure to be an epic show that will leave you singing all the way home.
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XO, your Fairy Godmother