The highlights? Well, that depends upon what you're into. Want to see Disney's Broadway stars performing some of their favorite songs? Head to the America Gardens Theatre in World Showcase. You'll find performances there at 5:30, 6:45, and 8pm each night of the festival. Mary Poppins' Ashley Brown and Tarzan's Josh Strickland are up this weekend.
Love the visual arts? You'll find visiting artists' work displayed throughout World Showcase. Or head over to the Odyssey Festival Showplace, where you'll find seminars on everything from cel painting to photography to watermelon carving.
That last one blurs the line with the culinary arts, which are represented by food booths throughout the park, serving 75 food and beverage items created by Disney's chefs for the festival. Many have a visual arts theme, including the "Pop’t Art" sugar cookies with chocolate hazelnut filling (i.e. Nutella), which look very much like a wildly decorated Pop-Tart. Or this...
Other food items include more "traditional" festival fare, such as flatbreads, sandwiches, charcuterie, seafood, craft beer, and wines. The festival is included with Epcot admission, though special workshops at the Odyssey and the food and drinks are extra charges.
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