"Lord of the Dance" at Epcot
June 11 - October 3

Epcot hosts Michael Flatley's "Lord of the Dance" in the American Gardens Theater. We've gathered all the information we could find about this show here to help you plan to attend during your vacation. If you have a tip or experience to share about Lord of the Dance, please e-mail us so we may add it.

Update: Lord of the Dance has been extended to October 3 (it originally ended on September 26).

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Updated 11/21/03

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What: A special version of the wildly popular "Lord of the Dance" show, featuring incredible dancing, celtic music, and rhythm, rhythm, rhythm! The choreography was designed just for Disney.

When: Everyday from June 11 - September 26; daily performances are held at 4:00, 5:30, 6:45, and 8:30 pm. Shows last about 30 minutes. Folks may begin lining up as early as 1.5 hours before the start of a show, so we recommend you get there at least 30 minutes (or more) ahead of time.

Where: American Gardens Theater (in front of the American Adventure pavilion in the World Showcase). Note that only the seats near the stage are sheltered from the sun and rain. Some seats are shady due to the trees overhead, but you'll need to arrive early to get the shady seats. If you're susceptible to sun and/or heat, strongly consider getting a dinner package so you can sit in the shade.

Who: Admission is free to everyone with regular park admission. Guests who reserve dinner/show packages for the show get guaranteed (but not assigned) seats closer to the stage (see below).

Lord of the Dance Dinner/Show Packages
Disney is offering special dinner/show packages at two different prices, based on the restaurant:

Tier 1 is 32.50 (adults) and 10.95 (children) and includes a meal at Biergarten, Restaurant Akershus, The Garden Grill, Rose and Crown, Nine Dragons, or San Angel Inn.

Tier 2 is $42.50 (adult) and 10.95 (child) and includes a meal at Les Chefs du France, Le Cellier Steakhouse, L'Originale Alfredo di Roma, and Restaurant Marrakesh.

All dinners include soup or salad, an entree, dessert, a beverage (non-alcoholic), and a 15% gratuity, but it does not include tax.

After dinner, you get to enter the American Gardens Theatre via a special entrance that leads to the seats closer to the stage. Seating is not assigned, however.

To make reservations for the dinner show package, call Disney (1-407-WDWDINE) and ask for the Lord of the Dance dinner/show package. You will need to know the date and performance time you wish to attend. Availability is based on the restaurant and show, and you may dine before or after the show (unless you choose the 8 pm show). All packages must be pre-paid -- the cost will be charged to your card at the time of booking. You will receive two confirmation numbers: one for dinner and one for the show. Jot these down in your PassPorter so you don't forget them! Tickets will not be mailed; you must pick them up the day of your show.

Note: If you are familiar with the Candelight Processional dinner/show package, this package is pretty much the same. The biggest difference is that you do not get a discount on purchases made the day of your dinner/show reservation as you do with the Candlelight Processional show held in December.

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