Large Lights Already Busted in Giant EPCOT Logo in New World Celebration Gardens

Dylan Kennedy Grey

Large Lights Already Busted in Giant EPCOT Logo in New World Celebration Gardens

After some large lights were malfunctioning yesterday in the giant EPCOT logo in the new World Celebration Gardens area at the park, today we saw that those same large lights are now broken.

Large Lights Already Busted in Giant EPCOT Logo

We reported yesterday that the brand new lighting elements in World Celebration Gardens at EPCOT had some lighting elements that were not functioning properly. Today, just two days after the area has opened, those large lights have been fully turned off or are broken.

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Yesterday, the lights here were malfunctioning and lighting up with incorrect colors, just one day after this area opened to the public. When the entire logo was green, for example, the light in this patch of the EPCOT logo remained red. When the logo changed colors, the large lights in this section remained red. Normally, the lights are supposed to sync with the lights on Spaceship Earth.

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Image taken December 6, 2023

Whether the large lights have been removed, fully turned off, or broken, the result in this area on day two of World Celebration Gardens is the same: the logo is incomplete due to this section not lighting up.

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Did you get to see the large lights functioning with the logo lit up correctly on opening night, or are you still waiting for the kinks to get worked out in EPCOT’s lighting technology-heavy World Celebration before you visit? Let us know in the comments.

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It has been a busy week at EPCOT, with a new fireworks spectacular and a long-awaited reveal of the new World Celebration Gardens, a section of the park that has been closed for years while it was being reimagined. Check out all of our coverage of these events below:

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