The Grand Floridian Society Orchestra may have been let go by Walt Disney World, but thankfully that doesn’t mean they will stop performing. The guest favorite group is reuniting to perform this holiday season at the Jolly Creek Festival and Marketplace in Kissimmee.
We have a “grand” announcement – we’re thrilled to let you know that the band is reuniting this holiday season!
Here’s what they posted to social media:
“We have a “grand” announcement – we’re thrilled to let you know that the band is reuniting this holiday season!
We will be the headliner for a new Central Florida event called “Jolly Creek Festival and Marketplace.” This “socially distanced” holiday festival will take place in a 12,000 square foot outdoor winter wonderland, offering festive fun for the whole family.
It’s located at Boggy Creek Airboat Adventures in Kissimmee and will run select nights from November 20th to December 13th, then daily from December 18th to January 2nd.
We will be playing our holiday and Christmas classic music with the beautiful arrangements that we are known for.
If you are local, we hope you can attend. We’d love to see you. Advance purchases are highly recommended due to limited capacity.
If you happen to be in the area make sure you visit during their performances to give them some support!
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