Disney World announces 2019 Eat to the Beat Concert Series lineup

The 24th Epcot International Food & Wine Festival takes place Aug. 29-Nov. 23 at Epcot, and with it will come the annual Eat to the Beat Concert Series, featuring some of the most iconic names in music. Disney released the lineup today that will consist of 249 concerts in total. Here is the lineup:

  • 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
  • Post Modern Jukebox
    September 23 through 24
  • Blue October
    September 25 through 26
  • Mark Wills
    September 27 through 29
  • Sugar Ray
    September 30 through October 2
  • TBD
    October 3 through 9
  • Boyce Avenue – NEW!
    October 10 through 11
  • Southern Avenue – NEW!
    October 12 through 13
  • TBD
    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 Voo Doo Daddy
    November 9 through 11
  • TBD
    November 12 through 18
  • D’Capella – NEW!
    November 19

Disney also announced the Eat to the Beat Dining Package for breakfast, lunch or dinner at one of many Epcot restaurants.

Also returning is the “Disney du Jour Dance Party” in Future World, which will expand to seven days a week! Sundays through Thursdays, a DJ will spin plenty of interactive fun, while on Fridays and Saturdays stars from Radio Disney pump up the mix with live performances; on opening weekend, actress/singer Meg Donnelly from the Disney Channel original movie “Zombies” will appear.

At 87 days, this is the longest Food & Wine Festival ever at Epcot, let alone the biggest festival ever at Walt Disney World.


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Clint Gamache started Thrillgeek back in 2013 to share his love of theme parks, pop culture and other geeky stuff with the world. He can be found on Twitter @iamcgeed

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