FastPass+ Reservations Available for Eat to the Beat Concerts during Epcot International Food & Wine Festival

Fans of the Eat to the Beat Concert Series will be glad to know they can book dealing via FastPass+ during the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, according to the Disney Parks Blog. As of today, you can log on to My Disney Experience to reserve a spot up to 60 days in advance.

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  • David Cook – September 25-27, 2015
  • Wilson Phillips – September 28-29, 2015
  • Christopher Cross – September 30-October 1, 2015
  • Starship – October 2-4, 2015
  • Smash Mouth – October 5-7, 2015
  • The Pointer Sisters – October 8-9, 2015
  • 38 Special – October 10-11, 2015
  • Rick Springfield – October 12-13, 2015
  • Sugar Ray – October 14-16, 2015
  • The S.O.S. Band – October 17-18, 2015
  • Air Supply – October 19-21, 2015
  • Fuel – October 22-23, 2015
  • Tiffany (NEW!) – October 24-25, 2015
  • Dennis DeYoung – October 26-28, 2015
  • Jo Dee Messina – October 29-30, 2015
  • Everclear (NEW!) – October 31-November 1, 2015
  • Boyz II Men – November 2-4, 2015
  • Sister Hazel – November 5-6, 2015
  • Big Bad Voodoo Daddy – November 7-9, 2015
  • Hanson – November 10-12, 2015
  • Maxi Priest (NEW!) – November 13-14, 2015
  • Chaka Khan (NEW!) – November 15-16, 2015

American Idol season 7 winner David Cook kicks off the event, and he just released a new album. Air Supply is celebrating 40 years as a duo. And Wilson Phillips hit their first #1 single “Hold On” 25 years ago.

Shows are at 5:30, 6:45, and 8 p.m. each night of the Festival. The FastPass+ line is at the American Garden Theatre at least 20 minutes before each show, and you’ll be led to your special seating area.

Personally, I think this is a great addition to the concert series! Who are you seeing?


2 responses to “FastPass+ Reservations Available for Eat to the Beat Concerts during Epcot International Food & Wine Festival

  1. Just my opinion, but that seems like a waste of a fast pass. Of course, I don’t understand the folks that get in line for the 5:30pm show at 1pm in the afternoon. The times that I’ve gone to an East to the Beat or whatever the F&G version of this is, I’ve generally been able to find a seat somewhere or at least could stand in the back & see the stage just fine. But I guess that’s just me.

  2. I know plenty of people – primarily locals – who visit just for the concerts. I even know people who aren’t local that plan their trips to see a particular band perform. And the more popular acts certainly garner much more crowds. I know I’ve spent plenty shows watching bands from the back, standing on my toes trying to see over people. I’ve also managed to snag seats at the last minute. Weekday shows are typically quieter than weekends. I think this is a nice option for those who don’t want to get in line at 1pm for the first show of a popular act. It’s also great for guests who would enjoy some entertainment and can’t go on the other attractions (actual “rides”). I think this FP experience is in the realm of obtaining “special viewing” of other shows, such as Fantasmic!, Illuminations, or Wishes. For some, it might not be that exciting to get a FP for a 20-30 minute concert, but for others, it’s just what they’re looking for.