PHOTOS: CommuniCore Hall and Plaza Illuminated at Night in EPCOT

Shannen Ace

The image shows the exterior of CommuniCore Hall at night, beautifully illuminated with colorful triangular lights. A few people are seen near the entrance, adding a sense of bustling activity.

PHOTOS: CommuniCore Hall and Plaza Illuminated at Night in EPCOT

CommuniCore Hall and Plaza are now open in World Celebration at EPCOT. The venue lights up at night just like the World Celebration Gardens.

CommuniCore Hall & Plaza at Nighttime

The exterior of CommuniCore Hall at night, with illuminated signage and geometric wall patterns, surrounded by lush plants and trees, encapsulates modern architectural elegance.

CommuniCore Hall features Spaceship Earth-inspired paneling. Some of the triangular panels are lights that illuminate in various colors.

A modern building with a geometric facade illuminated by colorful lights, proudly displaying the sign "CommuniCore Hall" at dusk, with lush greenery in the foreground.

The light-up panels cast color onto the three-dimensional white panels, making them appear to change color, too.

Exterior of CommuniCore Hall at dusk, featuring illuminated geometric patterns in green and blue hues that enhance the futuristic design.

Another angle of the building had triangles lit up in shades of green, light blue, and dark blue.

Night view of CommuniCore Hall with its blue geometric facade lighting and an illuminated sign, adjacent to a palm tree.

We also spotted some of the triangles with an overall blue theme later on in the evening.

A person walks through a brightly lit, geometric-patterned outdoor area at night, reminiscent of CommuniCore Hall. Two people sit on benches near a storefront adorned with illuminated triangular designs.

However, we noticed that the in-ground lighting near the entrance to CommuniCore Hall was not illuminated. This could simply be a malfunction, and it wouldn’t be the first time that the embedded lighting at EPCOT has had issues.

A brightly lit outdoor walkway at dusk with people strolling, illuminated trees, and a sign with multiple direction indicators on the right. The sky is overcast, setting the perfect ambiance near Communicore Hall.

This in-ground lighting was also not operational on CommuniCore Hall’s first night of operation.

Entrance to a restroom area with illuminated signs indicating restrooms inside the modern Communicore Hall structure.

While the signs were illuminated, the triangles above the nearby exterior restrooms were not lit.

People walking and sitting under a covered area with purple lighting and metal pillars near Communicore Hall. Trash bins and a signboard are visible in the foreground, while trees and a dome structure provide a scenic background.

The shaded seating area near CommuniCore Plaza is illuminated with long, purple beam lights.

People are walking and some are in wheelchairs under a covered pavilion with colorful decorations and dim lighting, possibly at an outdoor event or amusement park near CommuniCore Hall. The sky is cloudy.

The CommuniCore Plaza stage — where “¡Celebración Encanto!” is performed — still had its brighter lighting on when we were at EPCOT, which contrasts against the purple lighting nearby.

People walk and gather around an illuminated festival food stall at dusk near Communicore Hall. The sky is overcast, and the overall atmosphere is lively, with additional small structures visible in the background.

The Festival Favorites booth has an illuminated sign and standard warm lighting inside.

A geometric wall illuminated with blue, purple, and pink lights stands in front of tall plants and a partly cloudy sky. The foreground features a checkered pattern pavement with some greenery, creating an auto draft of eye-catching aesthetics.

Spaceship Earth-inspired walls are also lit up in the evenings with ambient lighting.

A colorful, geometric facade of a building with a sign reading "Mickey & Friends" greets visitors. People are standing and walking in the forefront as dusk approaches, reminiscent of the vibrant atmosphere you'd find at CommuniCore Hall.

A similar effect is above the Mickey & Friends meet and greet entrance. Panels on the edges and along the top light up. But there are also gaps in the paneling, with the lights on the mural showing through. The “Mickey & Friends” and “CommuniCore Hall” signs light up white.

An illuminated geometric facade transitions in color, with the "Mickey & Friends" entrance sign glowing below it at CommuniCore Hall, captured at night.

Later on in the evening, the triangles took on a mostly blue hue.

An outdoor directional sign at a theme park shows arrows toward various attractions including Journey of Water, CommuniCore Hall, Restrooms, World Showcase, and others. Visitors walk around in the background.

The directional signs around CommuniCore Hall also light up in the evenings.

A modern cafeteria at CommuniCore Hall, featuring multicolored lighting, circular light fixtures, and ceiling flags. People are seated at white tables while others are walking around.

Inside CommuniCore Hall, rainbow lighting corresponding with the EPCOT neighborhoods sets the space aglow.

A modern dining area within CommuniCore Hall features people sitting at tables under blue and purple lighting. Banners hang from the ceiling, and a large circular light fixture is prominently above.

Further back in the seating area, the lighting is an overwhelming blue hue.

An outdoor scene at night features colorful illuminated trees and lights on a building, reminiscent of Communicore Hall. The sky is dark, and several people walk along a pavement, creating a vibrant yet serene ambiance.

The trees in World Celebration also illuminate as the lighting in the area changes overall, making for some colorful atmoshphere.

Nighttime scene of a theme park with illuminated structures, including a large geodesic sphere lit in purple and CommuniCore Hall adorned with colorful geometric patterns, all surrounded by palm trees.

Have you had a chance to check out CommuniCore Hall and Plaza at EPCOT now that they’re both open? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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