There is still almost 6 weeks remaining in the schedule for this year’s Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. The event runs through November 23rd, 2019. If you are looking for fun to have with your family at the event, then you will definitely want to check out this rundown of events so you can start planning your family outing.
First there is the Disney du Jour Dance Party which takes place on Future World East stage. During the event a DJ will play different songs and then on Fridays and Saturdays there will be Radio Disney artists there with their own performances. Here is a rundown of the remaining performers:
- Oct. 11-12 – Sky Katz (“Like This,” Disney Channel’s Raven’s Home)
- Oct. 18-19 – JAGMAC (“Like a Band”)
- Oct. 25-26 – that band Honey (“You & Me”)
- Nov. 1-2 – AJ Mitchell (“All My Friends”)
- Nov. 8-9 – Kylie Cantrall (“That’s What I’m Talkin’ Bout,” Disney Channel’s Gabby Duran & The Unsittables)
- Nov. 15-16 – Erin Bowman (“Good Time Good Life”)
- Nov. 22-23 – Tegan Marie (“Horses”)
You can also check out all of the great food and beverage options that are located around the park. Cool Wash and The Donut Box are located within Future World and just opened on October 1st. “Dig into the Sweet Corn Fritter with Fresno and Red Pepper Jellyor the Strawberry-dusted Yeast Donut Holes at The Donut Box. Embrace your inner mixologist and create your own refreshing beverage at Cool Wash, a chill spot where you can combine slushy flavors like Blue Raspberry and Orange Cream, then garnish with sweet treats like with candy pebbles, popping pearls, jelly drops, or popping candy. “
Here is a rundown of other great activities that are family friendly and still available:
Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak Scavenger Hunt – This Ratatouille-themed adventure inspires kids of all ages to locate statuettes of Remy hidden throughout World Showcase and the Global Marketplaces. Just purchase your map and stickers from Pin Central, Port of Entry or World Traveler at International Gateway. During the hunt, match stickers of ingredients you’ve discovered to your map and bring it to Disney Traders, located at World Showcase entrance, for Chef Remy’s surprise.
Emile’s Fromage Montage – Just say “yes” to cheese! Remy’s brother, Emile, guides you around Epcot to discover five fabulous fromages. The reward when you purchase and enjoy five kinds of cheese? A complimentary specialty cheesecake at Shimmering Sips Global Marketplace.
Candy Sushi – Adventures by Disney presents this fun Disney Chef-driven workshop that instructs you how to roll your own sweet sushi treats at The Land pavilion. (A small fee is required. Reservations are recommended.)
Family Play Zone – This family-themed play zone invites kids to burn off energy while they mix and mingle with friends from around the world.
The Chocolate Experience: From Bean to the Bar, Hosted by Ghirardelli Chocolate Company – Complimentary chocolates? Yes, please! And while you’re sampling, explore the journey that chocolate takes from the bean to the bar. Parents can select a wine and chocolate pairing or purchase gourmet drinking chocolate. Yum!
Who is planning to visit Epcot International Food & Wine Festival this season before it ends?
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