I was blessed enough to get to know the guys from OFF KILTER when they played the American Gardens stage (American Pavilion) when the acts for the summer concert series weren’t there in 2002.
And tho I don’t get to “hang” out with these guys much any more, I always make it a point to see at least one show whenever I visit EPCOT 🙂
CONGRATS OFF KILTER!!!
May you be blessed with 15 more years of playing your wonderful music!!!
This is the DISNEY PARKS BLOG post….
Off Kilter founder Jamie Holton first started playing the bagpipes when he was 11, inspired by his family’s Scottish heritage and his father’s love for bagpipe music.
In addition to classic Celtic folk tunes, Off Kilter will often throw radio hits into the mix, like Bryan Adam’s “Summer of ’69″ or Bachman-Turner Overdrive’s “Takin’ Care of Business.” (Both Canadian bands, by the way.) If you’re lucky enough to hear Off Kilter play “Farewell to Nova Scotia,” don’t be surprised if it suddenly sounds a whole lot like “Mickey Mouse March (The Mickey Mouse Club March).”
Entertainment is subject to change. Check the park’s Times Guide for more.
Eat to the Beat! Concert Series
(during Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival)
Musical entertainment pairs perfectly with culinary fun during the nightly Eat to the Beat! concert series. Enjoy a varied lineup of classic rock, soul, R&B, jazz and funk hit-makers!
Location: America Gardens Theatre at World Showcase
Show Times: Daily at 5:15 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 7:45 p.m.
Please note that Epcot Theme Park theme park admission is required. Entertainment is subject to change without notice. All songs listed below are for artist recognition only and may not be included in the playlist.
Dates: September 30 – October 2, 2011
“Tell It To My Heart”
Dates: October 3—5, 2011
“Hold on Loosely”
Dates: October 6 & 7, 2011
“Just Another Day”
Dates: October 8 & 9, 2011
“Give A Little Bit”
Dates: October 10—12, 2011
Dates: October 13—16, 2011
“We Built This City”
Dates: October 17—19, 2011
Dates: October 20 & 21, 2011
“Don’t Bring Me Down”
Dates: October 22 & 23, 2011
“No One Is To Blame”
Dates: October 24—26, 2011
“End of the Road”
Dates: October 27 & 28, 2011
Dates: October 29 & 30, 2011
“All For You”
Dates: October 31 & November 1, 2011
“Give a Little”
Dates: November 2 & 3, 2011
“He’s So Shy”
Dates: November 4—6, 2011
Dates: November 7 & 8, 2011
“Lost in Love”
Dates: November 9 & 10, 2011
“Right Here Waiting”
Dates: November 11—13, 2011
This came from a response I gave in a thread on the WDW Radio forums and thought it would be cool to post here…by no means is this the end of what can be done at EPCOT’s World Showcase, just things I prefer to do when I am there 🙂
Be sure to ck the time sheet that you get when you enter the park for exact time of performances (and yes most of my must sees are music related) ENJOY KD <>< 8(:-D
World Showcase Players
(who can resist a man in a kilt!?!?!) hehehe
Voices of Liberty
The Acrobat Show (exact name I can’t remember…sorry)
The 360 movie (name???)
Up until this week, our coverage of Via Napoli at the Italy pavilion at Epcot only included descriptions and a rendering. But authors Pam and Gene changed that by taking us inside the new Walt Disney World restaurant – and it’s even better than I’d hoped. The three wood-burning pizza ovens that represent Italy’s active volcanoes (Etna, Vesuvius and Stromboli) also have a Disney touch.
As for the pies, Via Napoli Executive Chef Charlie Restivo shared the secret combo: the oven, the mixer and the ingredients. The mozzarella is flown in from Italy, the water from a source in the U.S. that is similar to the alkaline of the water in Naples and San Marzano tomatoes. The official opening is September 10 and you can start making reservations today – (407-WDW-DINE).
posted on July 14th, 2010 by Dave Herbst, Print Managing Editor, Disney Destinations
It’s that time of year when I look longingly as little kids abandon their shoes and run around getting soaked by the pop-up fountains at Epcot. For a whimsy-filled nanosecond I consider joining in the frolic. Ultimately, though, I leave “being a kid” … to kids: I can’t abandon my adult inhibitions!
So what’s a person to do: It’s sunny, and “warm” was fifteen degrees ago?
Well, one of my alternatives to acting like a kid by jumping into a fountain is a little spot in Innoventions at Epcot called Club Cool. It’s a place that sells Coca-Cola logo merchandise and “brain freeze” via frozen Coke.
But there’s also a “World Showcase kind of adventure” in Club Cool that doesn’t cost a penny and is a great thing to do on sultry summer days. It’s the fountains that dispense Coca-Cola products from other parts of the world. Here are the choices:
My favorites are Lift Apple and Smart Watermelon – which are usually in high demand and can run out on busy days. If I’d heard Club Cool was out of Beverly, though, THAT would surprise me (enough said about that!).
When I was in Club Cool a couple of weeks ago, I overheard other guests lamenting that the “pours” (as they called them) were so large. They truly were going on a world tasting adventure and just wanted a sip. As for me: I was going back for seconds of those wonderful drinks from Mexico and China.
So this post from the Disney Parks Blog got me to thinking….
What is your FAVORITE and LEAST FAVORITE beverage at Club Cool???