PHOTOS, VIDEO: Disney•Pixar’s “Coco” Mariachi Show Debuts at the Mexico Pavilion in Epcot

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Today, the Disney•Pixar’s “Coco” show made its big debut at the Mexico pavilion, courtesy of the amazing Mariachi Cobre.

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.

Check out that Ernesto de la Cruz poster!

The traditional Folklórico outfits the dancers wear are amazing, and the flower crowns fit right in with the Flower & Garden Festival!

Guests can even meet Miguel once the show is finished.

Watch the full Coco Mariachi Cobre show in the video below!

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.

You can catch Mariachi Cobre Presents: The Story of Coco at 11:45 AM and 12:15, 1:00, 4:15, and 5:00 PM daily. If you’re in the mood for even more Mexican traditional music, check out Mariachi Cobre at 1:45 and 2:30 PM daily.

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