The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival will be returning to Walt Disney World for the 25th year in 2018. We are extremely excited to learn the lineup of the artists for the Garden Rocks concerts that are coming for the event from Disney Parks Blog. The event is a concert series with groups from the ‘60s, ‘70s, ‘80s, ‘90s and 2000s, including a variety popular hit songs from genres like rock, pop, country, R&B and dance.
There will be some returning acts as well as a few new acts to the line-up of performers. The line-up is subject to change without notice, but here is the line-up as currently communicated from Disney Parks Blog:
- March 2-5: Night Ranger “Sister Christian”
- March 9-12: STARSHIP starring Mickey Thomas “We Built This City”
- March 16-19: Simple Plan “Welcome to My Life”
- March 23-26: Little River Band “Reminiscing”
- March 30-April 2: The Orchestra starring former members of ELO “Evil Woman”
- April 6-7: Foghat “Slow Ride”
- April 8-9: Survivor “Eye of the Tiger” (New to Garden Rocks for 2018)
- April 13-14: Smash Mouth “All Star” (New to Garden Rocks for 2018)
- April 15-16: Rick Springfield “Jessie’s Girl” (New to Garden Rocks for 2018)
- April 20-21: Jo Dee Messina “Stand by Me” (New to Garden Rocks for 2018)
- April 22-23: Lonestar “Amazed” (New to Garden Rocks for 2018)
- April 27-30: Blood, Sweat and Tears featuring Bo Bice “Spinning Wheel”
- May 4-7: Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone “I’m Henry VIII I Am”
- May 11-12: Village People “Y.M.C.A.”
- May 13-14: Don Felder, formerly of The Eagles “Hotel California”
- May 18-21: The Guess Who “American Woman”
- May 25-28: The Spinners “Working My Way Back to You”
The performances for Garden Rocks are held at the America Gardens Theatre. They are held on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays during the event and are held at 5:30 PM, 6:45 PM and 8 PM each day. The concert series is included in Epcot admission, so there is no extra charge to attend the concerts.
Which of these acts are you most excited about hearing this season?
Source Credit: Disney Parks Blog