New Beauty And The Beast Sing-A-Long Show Headed to Epcot’s France Pavillion

Just announced at 2018 D23’s Destination D event, a new show is headed to the France pavilion at Epcot. Most likely jumping off of the success of the Frozen Sing-Along show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, there will be an all new sing along for another popular Disney film going into the Impressions de France theater.

The new show is being created by Don Hahn, who produced the newer live-action Beauty and the Beast. Fans of the original Epcot attraction Impressions de France shouldn’t worry, the new show will not totally replace the Epcot classic film. As it seems both will run in the same theater at different times throughout the day. We will post more information as soon as it becomes available!

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