We have just heard that the list of celebrity narrators has been finalized for the Candlelight Processional. See below for the updated list!
Heading to Epcot this holiday season? Here are some fun things to do and see:
The Candlelight Processional is one of the most beloved holiday traditions at Epcot. It is a retelling of the Christmas story by celebrity narrators accompanied by a full orchestra and majestic choir. Performances are scheduled three times each evening at 5:00, 6:45, and 8:00 from November 27 to December 30 (except for December 6, when there will only be performances at 6:45 and 8:15). You can make reservations for a Candlelight Processional Dinner Package on the Walt Disney World website.
This year’s celebrity narrators are:
- Gary Sinese: November 27 – 29
- Neil Patrick Harris: November 30 – December 3
- Whoopi Goldberg: December 4 and 5
- Joe Morton: December 6 – 8
- Ana Gasteyer: November 9 – 11
- Meredith Vieira: November 12 – 14
- America Ferrera: December 15 – 17
- Chandra Wilson: December 18 – 20
- Daniel Dae Kim: December 21 – 23
- Edward James Olmos: December 24 – 26
- Blair Underwood: December 27 and 28
- Amy Grant: December 29 and 30
Celebrity narrators, dates, and other entertainment are subject to change without notice.
Holidays Around the World, which also runs from November 27 to December 30, allows Guests to experience holiday traditions from various countries throughout World Showcase. Become immersed in each country’s holiday heritage as it comes to life with joyful music, time-honored traditions, and interactive storytelling.
If shopping is your bag, you’ll find special holiday merchandise that will delight everyone on your Christmas list. While holiday merchandise can be found throughout the Park, Christkindlmarkt in Germany and Santa’s Village in American Adventure feature unique holiday items and Christmas ornaments.
To experience some classic Christmas music with a soulful spin, be sure to stop by the Future World Fountain Stage for a performance by “Joyful!” Check your Times Guide for show times.
Don’t forget to find the Santa and Mrs. Claus meet and greets – perfect for having little ones give their last-minute requests to Santa – and some priceless photographs!
Lastly, stay until park closing for the nightly “Illuminations: Reflections of Earth – Holiday Edition.” The regular light, fireworks, and laser show culminates with a seasonal finale that includes a spectacular light display with millions of glittering lights that is synchronized to a high-energy holiday symphony – and it even ends with a flurry of snow!
What are you most excited about experiencing at Epcot this holiday season?