The Epcot International Festival of the Arts was so successful in its first year that it will run a full seven days per week in 2018 instead of just four. Beginning today, guests can reserve breakfast, lunch, or dinner at participating restaurants along with priority seating for a Disney on Broadway-inspired concert during the 2018 Epcot International Festival of the Arts.
Participating Restaurants and Pricing:
Akershus Royal Banquet Hall
Breakfast: $60 for adults; $36 for kids
Lunch: $70 for adults; $42 for kids
Dinner: $70 for adults; $42 for kids
Lunch: $44 for adults; $25 for kids
Dinner: $51 for adults; $29 for kids
Coral Reef Restaurant
The Living Seas Pavilion
Lunch: $66 for adults; $22 for kids
Dinner: $66 for adults; $22 for kids
The Garden Grill Restaurant
The Land Pavilion
Breakfast: $43 for adults; $27 for kids
Lunch: $57 for adults; $36 for kids
Dinner: $57 for adults; $36 for kids
Rose & Crown Pub & Dining Room
United Kingdom Pavilion
Lunch: $57 for adults; $21 for kids
Dinner: $57 for adults; $21 for kids
Note: Tax, gratuity and required Epcot admission not included with dining package cost
The Disney on Broadway concerts will be performed on weekends (Fridays through Mondays) during the Festival which goes from January 12 through February 19, 2018. The series will feature pairings of Disney on Broadway stars who will sing favorite songs from award-winning Broadway shows.
When you reserve a Disney on Broadway Dining Package, you can enjoy your meal while knowing that your priority seats are waiting for you for the 5:30, 6:45, or 8:00 p.m. concert that evening. Your server will provide your concert seating badges for the America Gardens Theatre at the restaurant.
Magic Your Way and Deluxe Disney Dining Plans will be accepted as payment (requires 2 table service entitlements per Disney on Broadway Concert Series Dining Package).
Be sure to book your reservations soon as these events fill up quickly!
Disney on Broadway Dining Packages can be booked online or by calling (407) WDW-DINE.
Additional features of the Festival include:
- Seminars and workshops from local and nationally-renowned Disney artists including classes on drawing animation, photography, the art of making topiaries, and many more
- Specially-created Food Studios that will offer “artistic” culinary delights
- A host of performing artists that build on Epcot’s already stellar lineup of authentic performers
Source: Disney Parks Blog