Candlelight Processional Christmas holiday event at Disney World’s Epcot

Disney candlelight processional holiday event at Epcot

Walt Disney World is having lots of Holiday events going on around Christmastime. One of the favorites is the Disney Candlelight Processional holiday event at Epcot.

If you’d like to see and experience how Christmas is celebrated around the world, without ever having to leave the U.S.A., visit Walt Disney World in Orlando this holiday season!

Epcot will be rolling out its Holidays Around The World spectacular, complete with live entertainment, international holiday traditions, and thousands of decorations and lights.

As part of the celebration, there’ll be a beautiful Candlelight Processional every night. The Christmas story will be told by a celebrity narrator, along with a choir and a huge orchestra providing spectacular songs and music.

Some of the narrators for the event will include Trace Adkins, Whoopi Goldberg, Susan Lucci, and Mira Sorvino. The processional will be held at American Gardens Theatre every night, beginning on November 25.

It will continue through December 30. There will be three shows each night, at 5:00 pm, 6:45 pm, and 8:15 pm. There’s no extra charge for the Candlelight Processional – it’s included with your admission to the park.

To make the day even more special, you can opt for a lunch or dinner package that includes a great meal, IllumiNations viewing, and a guaranteed seat for the show. You’ll have a choice of several restaurants, and your meal will include an appetizer, an entrée, and a scrumptious dessert.

Schedule & Narrators:
American Gardens Theatre (5:00 p.m., 6:45 p.m., 8:15 p.m.)
11/25–11/27 — Mira Sorvino
11/28–12/01 — Michael W. Smith
12/02–12/03 — To Be Announced
12/04–12/06 — Edward James Olmos (6:45 p.m. & 8:15 p.m. shows only)
12/07–12/09 — Isabella Rossellini
12/10–12/12 — Neil Patrick Harris
12/13–12/15 — Lorraine Bracco
12/16–12/18 — To Be Announced
12/19–12/21 — Trace Adkins
12/22–12/24 — Susan Lucci
12/25–12/27 — Blair Underwood
12/28–12/30 — Marlee Matlin

Be sure to reserve your lunch or dinner package so that you can get your favorite Disney restaurant. Allow yourself plenty of time to eat so that you can get to the show early in order to get a good seat.

Epcot at Christmas is amazing. Even the biggest Scrooge is sure to get into the spirit of the season after strolling through the park and experiencing the Disney Christmas holiday Candlelight Processional. Make sure you check it out this year! :)