Ladies and Gentlemen, drum roll please…Anonymouse is back! Chipperoo had me running all over the World digging up new Disney Gossip for you. Today’s Disney Gossip is straight from EPCOT – more entertainers will be playing their last gigs on September 27th!
Sources say this change will affect Off Kilter, MoRockin and Spirit of American Fife & Drum. I loved taking a break out of my day to watch these talented individuals. Maybe, I’ll have to sneak a quick trip back to EPCOT before September 27th, but don’t tell Chip…
Here is the official post from Disney Parks Blog:
Today, we have news about some updates coming to World Showcase at Epcot. One of the best parts of the World Showcase experience is feeling fully immersed in the culture of each country, and the live entertainment presented in the international pavilions plays a large role in creating that atmosphere. Beginning this fall, we will be refreshing the atmosphere entertainment around World Showcase with the addition of new acts and enhancements to some existing performances.
New experiences debuting over the next several months will contribute to the rich mix of entertainment at Epcot, and provide fresh experiences for our guests. In the near future, you can look forward to enjoying a traditional Berber music and dance troupe in Morocco, a corps of dynamic flag-waving performers in Italy, a thrilling lumberjack-inspired show in Canada, a Celtic folk music ensemble at the United Kingdom, and more.
As we embark on this enhancement of World Showcase entertainment, we bid a fond farewell to Mo’Rockin’, Off Kilter, Spirit of America Fife & Drum Corps and World Showcase Players. We thank these performers for all they’ve done to make the Epcot guest experience enjoyable and memorable, and we invite you to come out and see them in their farewell performances over the next few weeks.
More details will be shared, as they become available, about the timing of certain transitions, as well as each of the exciting new entertainment additions coming to World Showcase.
What are your thoughts about losing more EPCOT entertainment?
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2 thoughts on “Changes Coming to EPCOT Entertainment?”
This announcement only shows that
Disney the Company is truly gone. Disney the Corporation is now the standard.
It is sad to see this change, as it is many of the new changes. While stocks
are soaring and shareholders are happy, how far removed are we from the Company
that Walt envisioned? Is this truly fulfilling his dreams or has management
forgotten? The “magic” of entertainment has now been replaced with
“money” and standards have been forgotten or replaced. I will always
love Disney, it was my childhood and I have many fond memories attached to my
experiences there at the parks and through their movies. Walt was quoted as
saying “Disneyland is a work of love. We didn’t go into Disneyland just
with the idea of making money.” This should have held true for all of his
parks, while he was alive and after his death. If you do something right and
you build it the right way for the people, the money will come. Somehow that
concept has been flipped. Have they forgotten that they are hospitality
entertainment and what that means? It is truly unfortunate for future generations.
This is very sad. These groups have become a staple of Epcot over the years.
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