Come and get it! The star-studded lineup has something for every taste—from pop to country to R&B and more—at the 2019 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival.

A woman’s hand rising out of the crowd as a guitar plays on stage at an Eat to the Beat performance.

Fresh, Hot Sounds Nightly!

Spice up your day of delicious dining with live music excitement from top-name acts.

The America Gardens Theatre serves up performances from major recording artists as part of the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. This year, our musical menu will feature 36 irresistible acts—our biggest and best lineup ever.

General Event Details

  • Where: America Gardens Theatre at World Showcase, Epcot
  • When: Daily from August 29 through November 19, 2019
  • Showtimes – Sundays to Thursdays: 5:30 PM, 6:45 PM and 8:00 PM
  • Showtimes – Fridays and Saturdays: 6:30 PM, 7:45 PM and 9:00 PM

Valid Epcot admission is required. All entertainment and artist appearances are subject to change or cancellation without notice.

2019 Schedule

Make a date to catch one or more of our big-name artists live in concert!

 

  • Plain White T’s
    August 29 through 31
  • Sawyer Brown – NEW!
    September 1 through 2
  • MercyMe
    September 3 through 4
  • Grace Kelly – NEW!
    September 5 through 6
  • Zach Williams – NEW!
    September 7 through 8
  • Lauren Daigle – NEW!
    September 9 through 10
  • Jimmie Allen – NEW!
    September 11 through 12
  • TBD
    September 13 through 15
  • The Allman Betts Band
    September 16 through 17
  • Everclear
    September 18 through 19
  • STARSHIP featuring Mickey Thomas
    September 20 through 22
  • Postmodern Jukebox
    September 23 through 24
  • Blue October
    September 25 through 26
  • Mark Wills
    September 27 through 29
  • Sugar Ray
    September 30 through October 2
  • Taylor Dayne
    October 3 through 4
  • India – NEW!
    October 5 through 6
  • 98°
    October 7 through 9
  • Boyce Avenue – NEW!
    October 10 through 11
  • Southern Avenue – NEW!
    October 12 through 13
  • Kenny G
    October 14 through 15
  • 38 Special
    October 16 through 17
  • Baha Men
    October 18 through 20
  • Billy Ocean
    October 21 through 22
  • Sheila E
    October 23 through 25
  • High Valley
    October 26 through 27
  • Hanson
    October 28 through 30
  • Sheena Easton
    October 31 through November 1
  • Kris Allen – NEW!
    November 2 through 3
  • Boyz II Men
    November 4 through 6
  • The Hooters
    November 7 through 8
  • Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
    November 9 through 11
  • TBD
    November 12 through 14
  • BBMAK – NEW!
    November 15 through 16
  • Spanish Harlem Orchestra – NEW!
    November 17 through 18
  • DCappella – NEW!
    November 19

ID Requirements to Purchase Alcoholic Beverages

Learn which type of identification you should bring to the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival.

Guests must be 21 years of age or older to purchase alcoholic beverages at any establishment in the state of Florida—including Walt Disney World Resort. Alcohol will not be served to anyone who does not present valid identification upon request. The following forms of ID will be accepted as proof of age:

  • U.S. state driver’s license (includes U.S. territories*)
  • U.S. state ID (includes U.S. territories*)
  • U.S. military ID
  • Original passport
  • Copy of passport (either on paper or captured on a mobile device), along with a government-issued photo ID** that verifies the person and birth date shown on the copy
  • NEXUS card issued by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (Canadian Guests only)

Please note: visitors from outside the United States are required to present both a valid passport and another form of government-issued photo identification from their country of origin.

For all questions concerning our identification requirements, please call (407) 939-6244. Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permission to call.

*U.S. territories include Puerto Rico, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands and American Samoa.

**Foreign driver’s licenses or ID cards are not acceptable by themselves.