Disney has begun to decorate for the upcoming EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays and this year’s Candlelight Processional performances.
During the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays, Storytellers will give small presentations at each World Showcase pavilion about how that country celebrates the holidays.
The Norway stage has been set up, with a Christmas tree and poinsettias.
There are signs at each pavilion’s holiday stage with information about their traditions.
The area directly in front of the France Pavilion stage is still being used for stroller parking.
The United Kingdom stage has many poinsettias in pots around it.
The Canada Pavilion’s presentation will take place at The Mill Stage.
A sign next to the stage now advertises the Canadian Holiday Voyageurs.
At the America Gardens Theatre, crews are setting up for the Candlelight Processional.
Large panels resembling stained glass images have been placed to the sides of the stage.
Gold stands are now on the stage for performers.
Christmas trees frame the stands.
A large menorah and matching banners are on a stage in the new festival area next to the Morocco Pavilion.
Hannukah begins on November 28 this year.
A large stage has been set up between Port of Entry and Disney Traders.
The tag-shaped signs advertise “Joyful! A Celebration of the Season” to be performed four times a day.
The stage is decorated with presents and Christmas trees.
The edge of the stage is covered with scrim resembling wrapping paper.
Several elements on the stage remain covered with black tarps.
There are banners hanging from the railing behind the stage as well.
Read more about the 2021 EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays.
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