Disney Announces Full List of Famous Narrators For EPCOT Candlelight Processional

BAY LAKE, Florida – Walt Disney World announced the full list of Celebrity Narrators who will be attending this year’s EPCOT Candlelight Processional on Tuesday.

Sounds and songs from the beloved show will return on November 26 as part of the EPCOT International Holiday Festival presented by AdventHealth.

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Below is the current schedule of famous narrators:

  • 11/26 – 11/28: Auli’i Cravalho

  • 29/11 – 01/12 /: Chita Rivera

  • 12/2 – 12/4: Jodi Benson

  • 12/5 – 12/7: Alton Fitzgerald Blanc

  • 12/08/12/10: Bart Millard

  • 12/11 – 12/13: Lisa Ling

  • 12/14 – 12/16 /: Andy Garcia

  • 12/17/19/12/19: Ana Gasteyer

  • 12/20 / – 12/22 /: Courtney B. Vance

  • 23/12 / 25-25: Steven Curtis Chapman

  • 12/26/12/28: Blair Underwood

  • 29/12 / -12 / 30: Pat Sajak

Candlelight procession meal packages can now be booked online.

Dating back to 1958 at Disneyland, the show is a retelling of Christmas history, featuring a choir and orchestra to feast guests with old and new holiday songs as well as a rotating cast of famous narrators.

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Take a look at the video below from last year.

This year, due to the current pandemic environment, Disney said it has no plans to host choirs from different community groups and schools.

Instead, Disney will allow fully vaccinated cast members to join the stage in singing this holiday season.

Fan favorite, “JOYFUL! A Celebration of the Season ”will also return this year to the Showcase Plaza stage.

In addition to the Candlelight Processional, other holiday traditions from around the world will come to life around World Showcase, including:

  • Las Posadas at the Mexico pavilion

  • Canadian Vacation Travelers in the Canada Pavilion

  • Chinese lion dance celebrating the new year in the China pavilion

  • Hanukkah storyteller along the promenade and charming holiday storytellers in France, Italy, Japan, Norway and the UK

  • Guests can greet Santa as he prepares for the big day outside of The American Adventure.

During the EPCOT International Holiday Festival, customers can try dishes from various holiday cuisines from around the world.

Disney said guests can try everything from slow roasted turkey to pumpkin gingerbread cheesecake and peppermint sundaes.

The festival is free with a theme park reservation.

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