Disney is celebrating their Halfway to the Holidays this week. We just got the announcement about the return of Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and now we know what will be offered at EPCOT this year. The Candlelight Processional will return, along with the Cookie Stroll. There will also be a new experience with the Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind attraction.
Festive Entertainment Across EPCOT
The EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays will return on November 25. The food kiosks will be back around the World Showcase.
EPCOT will have the return of “Candlelight Processional” during EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays with performances at America Gardens Theatre.
The Cookie Stroll will also return!
Guests will be able to participate in the cookie scavenger hunt to buy all five cookies and receive the completer cookie at the end.
“Grab your Festival Passport and journey through the World Showcase on the search for tasty treats!
During your travels, you’ll notice that there are 5 official Holiday Cookie Stop locations––each one offering a different decadent dessert! Visit each one to purchase the tasty treat and commemorate your visit with a stamp in your Festival Passport!
Ready to sweeten the deal? Once you’ve collected all 5 stamps, you can present your Festival Passport to receive a specialty cookie!”
Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind Holiday Edition!
New this year is a special version of the brand new Guardians of the Galaxy attraction.
“This season, the Guardians will trade in their classic hits playlist for a mash-up of seasonal jams at Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind at EPCOT. Guests will blast off to the tune of an awesome holiday single, bringing joy to Xandar and Terra, too.”
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Source: Disney Parks Blog
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