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Disney offers passholders reserved seating at Eat to the Beat concerts

Disney passholders can get special seating at Epcot's Eat to the Beat concerts

  • Walt Disney World is offering annual passholders reserved seating at the remaining Eat to the Beat concerts.
  • Passholders can get reserved seating by going to the Festival Center in Future World to get a badge for one of that day’s performances.
  • To gain entry to the concert, passholders with badges will need to enter the America Gardens Theatre via a designated line.
  • The Eat to the Beat Concert Series is part of the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, which ends Nov. 13.
  • For a complete list of the remaining concerts, visit OUT ATTRACTIONS INSIDER: Your all-in-one source for news, pictures and video from Florida’s theme parks.

The offer is part of Epcot’s 35th anniversary celebration.

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Walt Disney World is offering annual passholders reserved seating at the remaining Eat to the Beat concerts.

The offer is part of Epcot’s 35th anniversary celebration.  

Passholders can get reserved seating by going to the Festival Center in Future World to get a badge for one of that day’s performances.

Badges are limited and only available on a first-come, first-serve basis. A valid annual pass and photo ID are required to receive a badge.

To gain entry to the concert, passholders with badges will need to enter the America Gardens Theatre via a designated line. Passholders should arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled performance time, according to Disney.

Performances are scheduled three times each night, 5:30 p.m., 6:45 p.m. and 8 p.m.

The Eat to the Beat Concert Series is part of the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, which ends Nov. 13.

For a complete list of the remaining concerts, visit disneyworld.disney.go.com.

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Disney offers passholders reserved seating at Eat to the Beat concerts

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