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If you are planning on visiting Walt Disney World’s Epcot in the near future, then be sure to check out some of the new entertainment acts put on around World showcase. Each of these acts are located in pavilions around World Showcase and represent the style and mood of its respective country.
B’net Al Houwariyate, a multi-generational Berber music and dance troupe from Marrakesh, illuminates the stories and experiences of women in Morocco in lively and interactive performances daily at the Morocco pavilion.
The Canadian Lumberjacks demonstrate the time-honored tradition of Canada’s great timber and logging eras in a thrilling and friendly competition, featuring axe throwing, chopping, log rolling and more. The show runs daily for guests at the Canada pavilion.
American Music Machine brings a vibrant musical energy to the America Gardens Theatre stage, with performances that convey the global influence of American popular music. The group’s repertoire includes a diverse range of contemporary and classic American pop hits, all presented in a unique style created by vocal arranger Tim Davis, whose previous credits include the hit TV series “Glee.” The group performs Wednesday through Sunday each week at the American Adventure pavilion
Strolling the quaint streets of the United Kingdom pavilion, the Paul McKenna Band, a traditional, acoustic four-piece group from Glasgow, Scotland, brings a contemporary approach to songs for guests that highlight their Scottish, folk music roots. The band can be seen performing right on the street across from the Rose and Crown Pub.
Beloved a cappella group Voices of Liberty performs outdoors twice per week, bringing a modern twist to a medley of American classics and Disney favorites at the American Gardens Theatre stage. Other days, the group performs for guests inside the American Adventure pavilion