EPCOT’s International Festival of the Arts Dates Released For 2022

Disney has announced that EPCOT will once again be hosting the International Festival of the Arts again for 2022.  The event will run Jan. 14 through Feb. 21, 2022.

The 2022 event will also see the return of the Disney on Broadway Concert Series.

Sit back and sing along with show-stopping numbers from legendary Disney musicals. Every 2 weeks, we’ll welcome different pairs of DISNEY ON BROADWAY stars to perform some of the songs they helped make famous, plus other sensational tunes.

Other fan favorite events will also be returning including:

  • Culinary delights from Food Studios around World Showcase
  • The Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine – a fun food stroll featuring five delicious sweet and savory treats
  • Chalk artists turning walkways into stunning landscapes and portraits
  • Photo ops where you can step into famous artwork
  • A paint-by-number mural
  • Figment’s Brush with the Masters scavenger hunt
  • Performance and visual artists
  • Special festival merchandise

The paint-by-number mural is always a fan favorite.

You get assigned a spot and a color and you just paint it in. The squares combine together to create a giant mural.

The chalk pieces by artists is yet another popular offering that this event has.

I always love watching the artists work or taking a photo with some of the pieces!

The special photo opportunities with famous art pieces is always fun as well!

In the past they had some cool living statues and other entertainment options that I hope we see return.

Another thing I hope returns is the Piet Mondrian inspired Frangipane cake!

The EPCOT International Festival of the Arts is always one of my favorite festivals at Walt Disney World! There are artists around the World Showcase area, special kitchens and more!

Stay tuned for more information on this upcoming festival as it becomes available!

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