New Details About the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival March 4 - June 1
The Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival is Epcot’s longest-running annual festival and is going to add some new elements to the festival this year. The Garden Rocks Concert Series adds new artists, a new Remy topiary will debut at the premier of the Ratatouille Garden, and new dishes will make their way to the Outdoor Kitchen menus.
New to the Garden Rocks Concert Series on the America Gardens Theatre stage this year are Daughtry, Don McLean and other stars of various musical genres – so mark your calendars now! You can see the entire Garden Rocks Concert Series lineup here.
The festival presents colorful blooms, topiaries and gardens inspired by your favorite characters and movies. This year a brand-new Remy topiary will be unveiled as the centerpiece of a Ratatouille Garden at the France pavilion. The debut of the garden and topiary will celebrate the new Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure attraction that will open in summer 2020. The Remy topiary will be surrounded by a colorful garden of veggies that are the ingredients of a ratatouille recipe.
Of course there will also be some delicious food, and the event’s 16 Outdoor Kitchens plus other food-and-beverage stops will keep you coming back for more. Three different kitchens will be themed after the state of Florida: honey-laced treats at The Honey Bee-stro, citrus-based dishes at The Citrus Blossom, and sweet and savory items at Florida Fresh.
If you like to tour Epcot don't miss the Gardens of the World Tour – Spring Edition; an English Tea Garden Tour at the United Kingdom pavilion; or a Behind the Seeds! guided walk through The Land attraction.
The festival, including Garden Rocks concerts and all gardens and exhibits, is included in regular Epcot admission. Visit FreshEpcot.com or call (407) WDW-FEST for more information.
We will bring you more updates as soon as we hear them!
News Source: Disney Parks Blog