Enjoy the finest horticulture and sculpted topiaries, demos, food kiosks, and nightly free Garden Rocks concerts. Food and beverage samples are additional to park admission.
Here is the Garden Rocks Concerts series schedule:
March 4-5: Peabo Bryson (NEW)
March 6-12: TBD
March 13-16: Simple Plan
March 17-19: STARSHIP featuring Mickey Thomas
March 20-23: Mark Wills (NEW)
March 24-26: The Spinners
March 27-28: Sister Hazel
March 29-30: The Pointer Sisters
March 31-April 2: Steve Augeri (Former Lead Vocalist of Journey)
April 3-4: Blood, Sweat & Tears
April 5-6: Expose’
April 7-9: Berlin
April 10-April 18: TBD
April 19-20: Rick Springfield
April 21-23: TBD
April 24-27: Plain White T’s
April 28-30: Don Felder (Formerly of The Eagles)
May 1-2: Don McLean (NEW)
May 3-4: TBD
May 5-7: Ambrosia with Peter Beckett
May 8-9: Thelma Houston (NEW)
May 10-11: The Allman Betts Band (NEW)
May 12-14: TBD
May 15-18: Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone
May 19-21: Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot (NEW)
May 22-23: TBD
May 24-25: Daughtry (NEW)
May 26-28: Marshall Tucker Band
May 29-30: TBD
May 31-June 1: Survivor
Garden Rocks performances are at America Gardens Theatre at 5:30pm, 6:45pm and 8pm nightly during the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, and are included with Epcot admission.
Garden Rocks Dining Packages will also be available, which include a meal and preferred seating at a concert.
Mardi Gras 2020 will feature authentic Cajun-style cuisine, an incredible nightly parade, and live concerts from some of the biggest names in music.
The Music Plaza Stage schedule:
Saturday, Feb. 1 – The Roots
Saturday, Feb. 8 – Karol G
Saturday, Feb. 15 – Bell Biv DeVoe
Sunday, Feb. 16 – +Live+
Saturday, Feb. 22 – Kool & the Gang
Saturday, Feb. 29 – TLC
Saturday, Mar. 7 – REO Speedwagon
Sunday, Mar. 8 – Dustin Lynch
Friday, Mar. 13 – Luis Fonsi
Saturday, Mar. 14 – The All-American Rejects
Sunday, Mar. 15 – Diana Ross
Friday, Mar. 20 – Chris Young
Saturday, Mar. 21 – Earth, Wind & Fire
Sunday, Mar. 22 – Marshmello
Saturday, Mar. 28 – Why Don’t We
Sunday, Mar. 29 – Gavin DeGraw
Universal Orlando’s Mardi Gras celebration is included with admission to Universal Studios Florida.
Headliners include GRAMMY award-winning Christian hip hop recording artist TobyMac; GRAMMY award-winning contemporary Christian music artist Chris Tomlin; Dove award-winners Newsboys; Alternative Rock Band Switchfoot; and more.
Fans will also enjoy autograph sessions with select artists, and access to the FanZone presented by Coca-Cola®, featuring live music from DJ Promote and performances by up-and-coming acts.
Plus, enjoy live performances, worship services, and access to the thrilling attractions at Universal Studios Florida, along with Sunday Morning Worship Service on Jan. 26 at The Blue Man Group Theater.
Rock the Universe is a separately ticketed event, and tickets start at $111.99 (+tax) for a two-night ticket. Rock the Universe supports youth group ministries and offers special pricing, exclusive vacation packages, benefits and opportunities to groups.
LEGO NINJAGO Days are returning to LEGOLAND Florida for three weekends starting January 25, 2020, and we have all the details.
Universal Orlando’s Rock the Universe, Florida’s biggest Christian Music festival, returns on January 24 and 25 for a faith and fun-filled weekend with live music by some of Christian music’s top artists.
Walt Disney World will kick-off its annual Epcot International Festival of the Arts on Jan 17, and run 39 days until February 24, 2020.
It is a celebration of visual, culinary and performing arts, featuring visiting artists, an array of foodie delights and opportunities for guests to embrace their own inner artists.
Looking for a place to celebrate the New Year’s Eve 2019 and the arrival of the new year/new decade? Then check out this list of options to ring in 2020 here in Orlando.
From the theme parks to massive parties to low key celebrations to family events, here are our picks for celebrating New Year’s Eve in the Orlando area. Click on a red link for more details or to purchase tickets:
Whether you live here or you’re vacationing here during Christmas week, it can be overwhelming trying to decide from among all of the fun holiday offerings happening in the Orlando area.
Here are our picks for the best Holiday events for celebrating Christmas 2019 in Orlando:
This Friday, December 5, Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, the newest attraction inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, will open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
To celebrate, Walt Disney World is hosting a star-studded official dedication ceremony tonight on the planet of Batuu.
Don’t worry if you can’t find an interstellar flight – the dedication will be live streamed to everyone!
In its continuing series of live streaming park events, Walt Disney World has announced the next event will be the Dec 3 edition of Epcot’s Candlelight Processional.
On today’s anniversary of Epcot‘s grand opening in 1982, the park will debut its new nighttime show “Epcot Forever,” and will share it online for Disney fans to enjoy.
Walt Disney World will hold an official dedication ceremony for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge on August 28, and #DisneyParksLive will live stream the event.
Walt Disney World has released the dates for the 2019 Epcot International Festival of the Holidays, and it will run November 29-December 30.
LEGOLAND Florida is going to make this summer “Awe-Summer” with their upcoming THE LEGO MOVIE DAYS on select weekends in July and August.
Fans of Emmet, Wyldstyle, MetalBeard, Unikitty, and Benny can rejoice, at this brand-new event, which will run July 13-14, 20-21, 27-28 & August 3-4.
In addition to all the regular LEGOLAND Florida fun, guest can enjoy:
Can’t make it out to the Magic Kingdom to see their awesome 4th of July fireworks tonight? Not to worry – Walt Disney World will be live streaming them for you to watch at home.