Full Eat to the Beat Concert Series Lineup Released for Epcot Food and Wine Festival 2017

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Eleven new acts join the Eat to the Beat concert series this fall during the 2017 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, the longest event ever in the festival’s history.

Festival first-timers include The Hooters, Baha Men, Lauren Alaina, Mark Wills, American Authors, Devon Allman, Postmodern Jukebox, 10,000 Maniacs, Kenny G, Blue October, and Squeeze.

Here’s the full lineup:

  • Delta Rae — August 31-September 1
  • NEW! The Hooters – September 2-3
  • NEW! Baha Men — September 4-5
  • Fuel — September 6-7
  • Starship featuring Mickey Thomas – September 8-10
  • NEW! Lauren Alaina – September 11-12
  • Plain White T’s — September 13-15
  • Sister Hazel – September 16-17
  • Air Supply — September 18-20
  • David Cook — September 21-22
  • Everclear — September 23-24
  • Sugar Ray — September 25-27
  • 38 Special – September 28-29
  • NEW! Mark Wills  — September 30-October 1
  • NEW! American Authors – October 2-3
  • Christopher Cross – October 4-5
  • NEW! Devon Allman – October 6-8
  • Dennis DeYoung: The Music of STYX — October 9-11
  • Taylor Dane — October 12-13
  • Jeffrey Osbourne – October 14-15
  • NEW! Postmodern Jukebox — October 16-17
  • NEW! 10,000 Maniacs — October 18-20
  • Toad the Wet Sprocket — October 21-22
  • NEW! Kenny G — October 23-24
  • Billy Ocean – October 25-26
  • Tiffany – October 27-October 29
  • Hanson — October 30-November 1
  • NEW! Blue October — November 2-3
  • Living Colour — November 4-5
  • Boyz II Men — November 6-8
  • Big Bad Voodoo Daddy — November 9-11
  • NEW! Squeeze — November 12-13

Performances are 5:30, 6:45 and 8:00 p.m. daily, and included in Epcot admission. As always, the lineup is subject to change. The 2017 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival runs August 31-November 13 at Walt Disney World Resort.

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  • The annual release of the musical acts for this concert series has become torturous. How much longer must we be subjected to leftovers from the 70’s and 80’s that have no relevance. My tolerance for sitting through another concert featuring an old, bloated, shell of their former selves musical act is over. Until Disney starts to book top tier acts such as Dave Matthews or Jimmy Buffet, I will no longer attend this concert series.

  • Have you seen the list of performers for this year? How could any sane person look at that list and not realize that Elton John, Billy Joel, or even Bon Jovi would be far superior to the acts currently scheduled?

  • Dennis DeYoung from STYX will be there during my upcoming solo trip dates. Looking forward to seeing him.