Epcot Festival of the Arts starts this week. What to see, do and eat

Colorful paintings, Broadway performances and a murderous rainbow stupid drink: these are just some of the delights that await guests at this year’s Epcot International Festival of the Arts.

The 2020 festival may be one of the shortest in the Disney theme park, with only six weeks, but what it lacks in duration makes up for it with more style.

The festival begins on January 17 and runs until February 24, paying tribute to the visual, performing and culinary arts.

Coinciding with this year’s festival, three new films will debut at Epcot on January 17: “Awesome Planet” in the pavilion The Land, “Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along” in the pavilion in France and “Canada Far and Wide in Circle-Vision 360 “in the flag of Canada.

If you are planning a trip to the festival, here are some highlights.

The food

The food studios established throughout the World Showcase and Future World will present almost too beautiful dishes to eat.

Take a picture and then explore new creations, as well as the favorites of fans from previous years that have been reimagined by 2020.

In a recent media preview, Epcot festival chef Kevin Downing showed the Deconstructed Reuben, served in the Deconstructed Dish at the Showcase Plaza. Tender slices of smoked corned beef at home rest on a sauerkraut with rye crust and a Jarlsberg cake, accented with a broken Thousand Island dressing.

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