FIRST LOOK: Epcot International Festival of the Arts is Now Open

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Three years ago Walt Disney World introduced a new festival at Epcot. The International Festival of the Arts has quickly become a fan favorite. This festival combines appreciation and love for a variety of forms of art. Music, painting, sculpture, performance art, and the art of food are all showcased. In some ways it feels like the best of the Food and Wine Festival combined with the springtime and cheerful elements of the Flower and Garden festival.

Here is your first look at some of the festival decorations and features. We’ll bring you more updates including our thoughts of some of the food and beverage offered at the festival. Be sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and keep an eye out on our TouringPlans Blog for tips and information.

Epcot Art Festival 2020 Topiary
Epcot Art Festival 2020 Stage – for Performing Arts Groups
Epcot Art Festival 2020 Food
A multiple piece sign with the words Epcot International Festival of the Arts spread out over the multiple pieces. The character, Figment, a friendly purple dragon sits on top of the center piece of the sign.
Epcot Art Festival 2020 Decoration – front
A multiple piece sign has the geographic pattern of Spaceship Earth attraction at Epcot, made of silver triangles. A soft colored rainbow is painted over parts of the pattern. The Spaceship Earth sphere is in the background amid a blue sky.
Epcot Art Festival 2020 Decoration – back
A black wall meant to cover up a construction wall has bright and colorful butterfly wings meant for people to stand in front of so when their picture is taken it looks like they have wings behind them.
Epcot Art Festival 2020 Butterfly Wall (near The Land Pavilion)
A black wall meant to cover up a construction wall has bright and colorful butterfly wings meant for people to stand in front of so when their picture is taken it looks like they have wings behind them.
Epcot Art Festival 2020 Butterfly Wall (near The Land Pavilion)

 

Dani

Born and raised in the land of sunshine and dreams come true, Dani is a proud Orlando Native who loves sharing her hometown with others. She's worked in nearly all of Orlando's theme parks, on board Disney Cruise Line, and in hotel management. Follow her adventures on Twitter and Instagram @thisfloridalife

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