Epcot’s 2010 Holidays Around the World Dates Announced

We have been told that Epcot will hold its annual Holidays Around the World this year from November 26 (the day after Thanksgiving) through December 30, 2010.

At this time we have no additional details as to what will be part of the annual tradition other than the Candlelight Processional will return and, of course, the tree. In addition to the Processional and tree lighting, countries from participating pavilions in the World Showcase have traditionally offered storytellers, most often in the form of their respective Santa Claus. Last year saw the first year without the  colorful Lights of Winter as the resort turns to more economical forms of lighting in the way of LEDs. No official word yet if it will be replaced this year.

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One thought on “Epcot’s 2010 Holidays Around the World Dates Announced

  1. Wow, that's different. Last year they started Holidays around the world on November 11. Waiting until the 26th to start the celebrations may make sense on the calendar, but it really cuts down on the time the park is in the Christmas spirit.

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