2024 EPCOT Food & Wine Festival Eat to the Beat Concert Series Lineup Announced & More: Daily Recap (7/1/24)

Katie Francis

A collage of six images features a live concert, a young person holding a themed cup, a display case, themed soft-serve ice creams, a themed drink, and a Disney Vacation Club sign in front of a building, offering the perfect daily recap.

2024 EPCOT Food & Wine Festival Eat to the Beat Concert Series Lineup Announced & More: Daily Recap (7/1/24)

This year’s Eat to the Beat Concert Series lineup was announced, a new Florida law allows DVC to remove unruly timeshare owners, and new Haunted Mansion merchandise is on the way — all this and more in today’s daily recap for Monday, July 1, 2024.

Walt Disney World


eat to the beat concert series

Disney Springs

Two images showing hands holding orange-flavored ice cream treats against a waterfront background: One is a swirl cone topped with orange candy, the other is an ice cream sundae in a mason jar with an orange slice.

Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

A sign reading "Disney Vacation Club" stands in front of a wooden cabin surrounded by trees and greenery.

New Merchandise

A person holds a green-striped tumbler with a straw. To the right, there are decorative glass domes with figurines, and below them, a tote bag with intricate black and white illustrations.

Disneyland Resort

A person holding flyers stands near the entrance to Disneyland Resort with visitors walking by on a sunny day.
Andi Gallagher, a Fantasyland attractions worker, joins other Disney union members as they pass out buttons and ask visitors to sign a petition supporting their fight for a contract with the theme park company outside the Harbor Boulevard entrance Monday, July 1, 2024 in Anaheim, CA. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)

Tokyo Disney Resort

A hotel room with two queen beds, floral-themed bedding and carpet, ornate headboards, and wall decorations. Text reads "Fantasy Springs Hotel Room Tour" with an illustrated creature among flowers.

The Walt Disney Company

A small theater reminiscent of a bygone era shows significant ceiling damage and disrepair, with sections falling in, exposed wiring overhead, yet seating arrangements remain largely intact—almost like a forgotten set piece from a Walt Disney classic.

Universal Studios

A hand holds a blue, hexagonal "Chocolate Frog" box in one image, and the opened white chocolate frog in another image, both against an outdoor background.

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That’s it for today; we hope you enjoyed this Daily Recap. Thanks for stopping by, and we’ll see you tomorrow!

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