Premium Experiences for Epcot International Festival of the Arts at Walt Disney World Now Open for Booking

Disney recently announced the addition of a new festival at Epcot called the International Festival of the Arts, which will begin on January 13th.  It will be offered on 6 weekends during the season. There are Disney Broadway concert dining packages and various interactive workshops that are now available for booking.  The workshops include events like tea blending, calligraphy, valentine ...

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Train Welcome Show Being Replaced at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park

Currently, Magic Kingdom welcome’s guests each morning with a special show right inside the entry before you cross under the walk-through at the Walt Disney Railroad train station.  This show includes performers that sing and dance, appearances by favorite characters, a welcome to the park by Mickey Mouse himself and even a little bit of fireworks to start the day. ...

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Stance Opens at Walt Disney World in Disney Springs Selling High-End Socks

One of the newest shopping locations to join the Disney Springs family is Stance.  It has opened up in the Town Center area at Disney Springs right between Shore and Superdry.  The store specializes and focuses on high-end socks and underwear.  The clothing is themed or made up of unique designs.  There is also Disney and Star Wars lines that ...

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Broadway Stars Coming to Festival of Arts at Walt Disney World

Epcot will be hosting International Festival of Arts starting in January.  Everything kicks off January 13th and will continue each weekend for 6 weeks.  With this festival, Disney will also be bringing in Broadway stars for each weekend to perform various Disney songs and performances.  Here is the line-up for these stars: [google_ad] January 13-16: Ashley Brown and Josh Strickland ...

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Displaced Families Given Walt Disney World Packages

On Friday, December 23rd there was a fire that occurred at Unno Boutique in Kissimmee, Florida.  This fire resulted in 250 being left without a place to stay for Christmas.  At first one of the middle schools in Kissimmee was the temporary shelter for these individuals. This didn’t seem like the best place for these families to have to spend ...

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