Disney Announces Major Changes to Musical Entertainment Options at Epcot

Epcot - Off Kilter, Mo’Rockin’Are you a fan, like us, of Epcot‘s current musical entertainment, including Off Kilter and Spirit of America Fife & Drum Corps? Then we have some bad news from you.

Walt Disney World announced today that as of next month, Off Kilter, Mo’Rockin’, Spirit of America Fife & Drum Corps, and World Showcase Players will no longer perform at Epcot.

Disney says replacements will include a traditional Berber music and dance troupe in Morocco, a corps of dynamic flag-waving performers in Italy, a lumberjack-inspired show in Canada, and a Celtic folk music ensemble at the United Kingdom. More acts may be announced at a later date.

What do you think of these changes at Epcot? For me, seeing Off Kilter was one my highlights in visiting the park, and it’s sad to see so many hardworking people lose their jobs.

There is still a little time to see them before they’re gone. World Showcase Players will have their last performance September 25. Mo’Rockin’, Off Kilter and Spirit of America will be giving their final performances September 27.

Celebrate the First Annual Orlando Feile in Baldwin Park

It’s not St. Patrick’s Day, but if you feel like getting a bit o’Irish on, then you’ll definitely want to check out this weekend’s first annual Feile in Baldwin Park.

This Irish Music and Culture Festival is taking place Saturday, November 20, 2010, at Blue Jacket Park, located in the Baldwin Park neighborhood of Orlando.

Local Irish pubs will be serving up food, as well as drink specials like $5 carbombs and Guinness pints.

Entertainment will come via bands like The Young Dubliners, Off Kilter and more. There will also be a “Little Leprechaun” kids zone for the little ones.

The event runs 1pm to 10pm. Admission is $10 in advance and tickets can be bought at Paddy Murphy’s (Baldwin Park), Liam Fitzpatrick’s (Lake Mary) and Hagan O’Reilly’s (Winter Garden). Tickets can also be bought day of at the gate for $15, or $10 with a can of food to donate to the Hope Foundation. Children under 13 are free.

This Feile (pronounced Fay-La) sounds like it could be fun.

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