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April 24 - See who’s appearing this year at Epcot’s “Eat to the Beat” concert series

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  1. DoingFlorida News

    DoingFlorida News Administrator Staff Member

    Disney has revealed who will be entertaining guests during the “Eat to the Beat” concert series at this year’s Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, coming this fall. New to this year’s concert series will be percussionist extraordinaire and singer Sheila E and ‘80s Canadian rockers Glass Tiger and entertainer Jim Belushi brings his rhythm-and-blues band The Sacred Hearts to the festival this year.

    This year’s lineup also will include two Contemporary Christian music artists: MercyMe, and former “Royal Tailor” front man Tauren Wells, who has found mainstream success this year, touring with Mariah Carey and Lionel Richie.

    Returning favorites include ‘80s pop stars Tiffany and Billy Ocean, ’90s hit makers like Hanson and Everclear; and swing-meisters Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, who close out the festival as they have for the last couple of years. The lineup so far is:

    30-31/8 – Blue October – “Into the Ocean”
    1-3/9 – Tiffany – “I Think We’re Alone Now”
    4-5/9 – MercyMe – “I Can Only Imagine” NEW
    6-7/9 – Glass Tiger – “Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone) NEW
    8-9/9 – Tauren Wells – “Hills and Valleys” NEW
    10-11/9 – Postmodern Jukebox
    12-13/9 – To be announced
    14-16/9 – Baha Men – “Who Let The Dogs Out”
    17-19/9 – To be announced
    20-21/9 – Living Color – “Cult of Personality”
    22-23/9 – Sheila E – “The Glamorous Life” NEW
    24-26/9 – Sugar Ray – “Every Morning”
    27-28/9 – David Cook – “Light On”
    29-30/9 – Jeffrey Osbourne – “On The Wings of Love”
    1-2/10 – Jim Belushi & The Sacred Hearts – Various Hits
    3-4/10 – Everclear – “Santa Monica”
    5-7/10 – Mark Wills – “19 Somethin’”
    8-10/10 – Air Supply – “All Out Of Love”
    11-12/10 – To be announced
    13-14/10 – To be announced
    15-16/10 – 98 Degrees – “Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)” NEW
    17-18/10 – 38 Special – “Hold On Loosely”
    19-21/10 – Devon Allman Project – “Ragged and Dirty”
    22-23/10 – To be announced
    24-25/10 – Billy Ocean – “Get Outta My Dreams”
    26-28/10 – Starship featuring Mickey Thomas – “We Built This City”
    29-31/10 – Hanson – “MMMBop”
    1-2/11 – To be announced
    3-4/11 – Taylor Dayne – “Prove Your Love”
    5-7/11 – Boyz II Men – “End Of The Road”
    8-9/11 – The Hooters – “And We Danced”
    10-12/11 – Big Bad Voodoo Daddy – “Go Daddy-O”

    The festival’s 23rd year runs from August 30 to November 12, 2018.

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  2. winnie72

    winnie72 Well-Known Member

    Really want to see Billy Ocean this time but not keen on queuing for hours :(
     

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