There are so many different ways that Walt Disney World is celebrating Hispanic Latinx Heritage Month. On Disney Parks Blog and Disney Parks Twitter, they just announced another exciting addition. Here’s what Sarah Domenech shared on Disney Parks Blog:
“We are also muy feliz to announce that you will be able to see the “Un Poco Loco” scene from “Coco” in Mickey’s PhilharMagic in Magic Kingdom Park starting Nov. 12. That’s right amigos! Just in time for Mickey Mouse’s birthday, Miguel and his friends will be joining in on the fun. With a score produced by original “Coco” composer Germaine Franco, the new scene is sure to delight our guests and bring la magia of the film to Mickey’s PhilharMagic.”
Sarah Domenech also shared “As you may have heard, Miguel and Dante from Disney and Pixar’s “Coco” are a part of the “Disney Fab 50 Character Collection” – golden sculptures coming to all four parks as part of the Walt Disney World 50th anniversary celebration – and you can see these two amigos in EPCOT. “
We are so excited that Miguel and Dante have been added to EPCOT as part of the Fab 50 Character Collection sculptures. They have already been placed at the entrance to World Showcase, so you can already see them before the 50th Anniversary on October 1st, 2021.
Sarah Domenech shares that other additions the Theme Parks include: “Head over to the Mexico pavilion at EPCOT and stop by the Mexico Folk Art Gallery. Don’t forget to enjoy something delicioso to eat and drink. The pavilion’s world-famous San Angel Inn restaurant will showcase San Pascual Award-winning chef, Federico A. Lopez and his menu representing regional Mexican foods from Oct. 1 – Dec 31.
You can also take in a performance from Mariachi Cobre who’ve added songs from “Coco” to their show at the America Gardens Theater.
If you visit during the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival that runs through Nov. 20, try the Chimichurri-up Offense at Flavors from Fire Hosted by The NFL on ESPN or the Crispy Pig Ear Salad at The Swanky Saucy Swine. From Oct. 1 – 4, you can see the band Latin Ambition do a special performance at The American Gardens Theater.
At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, be sure to try the brand new Colombian Hot Dog at Fairfax Fare Counter, or at Magic Kingdom Park, see Princess Elena in the cavalcade in “A Royal Princess Processional”.
At Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, the signature restaurant Tiffins offers food items inspired by Imagineers’ travels to Oaxaca, Mexico, including Sweet Corn Soup and Charred Octopus. For something to eat on the go, stop by The Smiling Crocodile and grab some Street Corn Tacos, which pay homage to the tacos found in the markets and thoroughfares of Mexico City. To satisfy your sweet tooth, stop by Nomad Lounge for their delicious churros! “
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