First Look at 2023 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival Orange Bird Loungefly Backpack

A new Orange Bird Loungefly backpack is coming next month. We spotted this first look at the Orange Bird collection on This backpack, which will be part of the 2023 EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival Orange Bird Collection, will be available online starting March 3 (but may debut at EPCOT on March 1 when the festival kicks off).

Orange Bird Loungefly backpack

The backpack is in bright citrus orange with green front appliqués in the shape of wings. Below the front zippered pocket is a lighter orange patch. The top features die-cut appliqués of four daisies across his expressive eyes, a smiling beak, and two leaves next to the zipper and saddle brown carrying handle. Two adjustable straps, the same color as the carrying handle, are on the back.

While there are no further details regarding its availability or pricing, we anticipate that it will be available both in the parks and online and fall within the same range as previous Loungefly mini backpacks.

The 2023 EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival will begin on Wednesday, March 1, and run through July 5, 2023. The festival is one of the many popular events that take place at EPCOT throughout the year.

Apart from the stunningly designed gardens, themed topiaries, and one-of-a-kind displays, the festival offers concerts by some of the most renowned artists in music. The Garden Rocks Concert Series will include performances by returning favorites such as Rick Springfield, The Commodores, and A Flock of Seagulls, as well as fresh faces like Blue Oyster Cult, who will be making their debut this year. Dining packages are also available.

Are you an Orange Bird collector? Excited about this year’s EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival? Let us know in the comments below.

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