Disney•Pixar’s “Coco” Show Coming to Mexico Pavilion in Epcot on March 6

Mariachi Cobre Presenta the Story of ‘Coco’ at Epcot This Spring
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Mariachi Cobre Presenta the Story of ‘Coco’ at Epcot This Spring

The immensely talented musicians of Mariachi Cobre are joined by a pair of Folklórico (traditional Mexican folk dance) dancers to tell the tale of Miguel Rivera, his love of music, and his journey to find what matters most – his familia. The dancers perform to the music of the film, pulling everyone into the celebration, and Miguel himself appears in the form of a whimsical, hand-crafted puppet.

This new “Coco”-inspired show expands the repertoire of Mariachi Cobre, who will also continue enchanting guests at the Mexico pavilion with performances of traditional mariachi music.

Mariachi Cobre will present the story and music of “Coco,” beginning March 6 during the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival.

Want even more Coco? Check out this video of the interactive “Mirror of the Dead” exhibit at Epcot’s Mexico pavilion:


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