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

Walt Disney World Entertainment Cuts Strike Again as “Mariachi Cobre Presents… The Story of Coco” is Ending at Epcot This Week

Remember me. Now that those dreaded entertainment cuts across Walt Disney World have struck once more, we have to say goodbye to a relatively recent favorite at Epcot.

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

It has been confirmed that the popular performance of “The Story of Coco” will take its final bow in the Mexico Pavilion of Epcot on September 26th. The show, which only made its debut in March this year, joined the incredibly talented Mariachi Cobre performers with a pair of traditional Folklórico dancers to share the enchanting tale of Miguel Rivera’s journey to reunite his familia.

We are relieved, however, to inform that performances by Mariachi Cobre will continue at the Mexico pavilion. Starting October 5, the band will perform Sunday through Thursday at 11:00 a.m., 11:45 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:15 p.m., 2:00 p.m., 3:30 p.m., and 4:15 p.m. Plus, the amazing Marimba de las Américas will continue performing Fridays and Saturdays as normal.

Will you miss this wonderful, colorful celebration in Mexico? Check out our video of the full performance here!

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Tiffany
Tiffany
9 months ago

I know this is ridiculous but we literally planned an entire trip based on this puppet. We were like “Yeah Star Wars is cool, Toy Story is nice and all…but we have to see Miguel!!!” My niece is obsessed with Miguel and Coco…and we arrive September 29. Not kidding. This has got to be a joke. We have a whole Disney bounding outfit for her to wear Monday and everything. Wow. This seriously sucks, we just checked the times for the millionth time yesterday. :(

DVC Ray
DVC Ray
9 months ago

Stop complaining all the time. The place is great already !!

Tom Corless
Admin
9 months ago
Reply to  DVC Ray

We’ll let the multi-billion dollar company get away with giving us less if that’s what you want.

Stanley Kernsst
9 months ago

If Disney’s business plan is “ cheapen the product and then charge more for it” they are in for a very rude surprise
Stan

Dr. Osvaldo Rodriguez
Dr. Osvaldo Rodriguez
9 months ago

My daughter will be devastated she’s seen it over 130 times and is friends with them. Don’t understand why they would cut that.

Ed Kelemen
Ed Kelemen
9 months ago

People watching free entertainment aren’t spending money. And, after all, that’s what Disney is all about. Same with the Muppets at Libertgy Square in the Magic Kingdom.

SplashScott
SplashScott
9 months ago

Not really a surprise. We were just there and cast members were literally trying to force people into the performance area.

Dan
Dan
9 months ago
Reply to  SplashScott

I actually work there & that’s not true. The cast members are trying to keep the main walking area clear so other people can walk thru. Seriously? When has Disney ever tried to force someone to watch a performance??

Mashi
Mashi
9 months ago

What a bummer . The coco Performance was amazing

Jnoel
Jnoel
9 months ago

This is a total bummer. I love this show and have only gotten to see it once. I was hoping to enjoy it with my kids in a few months :-(

Domma
Domma
9 months ago

Im.starting to wonder why I spend so much to go there

Monica Horn
Monica Horn
9 months ago

“Pay more, get less!” ……. Should be the new Disney Parks tag line

Chris
Chris
9 months ago

That’s a shame, I had just learned about it and was hoping to see it at a future trip. You’d think this late in the year, they could at least carry on until Dia de Muertos!

Hilly
Hilly
9 months ago

We really enjoyed this show when we were in Epcot a few weeks ago. However, as long as Mariachi Cobre is still performing, I am ok with this. Absolutely LOVE those guys!

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