“A night of all the feels” is what Lauren Daigle says you will get from her show. Now you have a chance to see her as one of the newest performers at the 24th Annual Food and Wine Festival at Disney World’s Epcot. Lauren’s highly anticipated performances are scheduled for September 9th (her birthday) and the 10th of this year at the Eat to the Beat Concert Series. These nightly shows run daily throughout the festival three times a night. Sunday-Thursday 5:30 pm, 6:45 pm, and 8:00 pm and Friday and Saturday nights at 6:30 pm, 7:45 pm, and 9 pm. She will be joining the line up alongside long-running fan favorites such as Hanson, and Boys II Men, as well as other newer additions to the line up like 98* and new this year as well, Kris Allen.
This two time Grammy Award-winning singer is sure to bring soulful uplifting performances, in her contemporary pop, passion-filled style. You can hear her power-house vocals on her 2015 album “How Can it Be” with songs such as “O’Lord” and titled song “How Can it Be” which helped launch her career, selling over a million copies in the United States. Her latest album “Look Up Child” has burst on to the Billboard Hot 100 chart and is now certified Gold. Her newest single from the album “Rescue” is gaining attention, and her highly popular song “You Say” won her the award for Top Christian Song of the year at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards. Lauren Daigle will surely draw a large crowd for the Eat to the Beat concerts!
With the festival expanding to a whopping 87 days, there will be plenty of gourmet foods, spirits, and music to entertain you. With 3o marketplaces, you will have a culinary taste around the world. There is something for everyone and a variety of diets from vegan to gluten-free. Be sure to Check out the Eat to the beat dinner packages that included a guaranteed seat at one of the shows. There are also many options for tasting seminars and pairing events, as well as specialty dining opportunities. Check back with ChipandCo for all the latest on Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival and the Eat to the Beat Concert Series.
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