Take a look at when your favorite band performs at EPCOT’s Flower and Garden Festival so you won’t miss them.
Get ready to rock with the Garden Rocks Concert Series returning to the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival this March! This is seriously my (Susan) favorite festival. Garden Rocks features internationally recognized artists performing Friday-Monday and showcases local Orlando talent on Tuesday-Thursday at the America Gardens Theater!
Get ready to rock at EPCOT’s Flower and Garden Festival starting next month.
The series is jam-packed with talent from returning favorites like The Pointer Sisters, Simple Plan, and the Plain White T’s, along with fresh talent like legacy guitarist AJ Croce and GRAMMY award-winning Switchfoot. So many amazing diverse music styles in one festival.
Don’t miss the former Journey lead singer in March along with other popular bands!
- March 3-4 – Journey former lead vocalist STEVE AUGERI
- March 5-6 – Daughtry
- March 10-11 – Tommy DeCarlo
- March 12-13 – Smash Mouth
- March 17-18 – Mike DelGuidice
- March 19-20 – Blue Oyster Cult – NEW
- March 24-25 – Berlin
- March 26-27 – The Pointer Sisters
- March 31 – Luis Figueroa – NEW
If you plan to visit during April, don’t miss these bands. I (Susan) really enjoyed Ambrosia last year with Peter Beckett.
- April 1-2 – Piso 21 – NEW
- April 3 – Melinda León
- April 7-8 – STARSHIP featuring Mickey Thomas
- April 9-10 – Don Felder, formerly of the Eagles
- April 16-17 – Switchfoot – NEW
- April 21-22 – A Flock of Seagulls
- April 23-24 – Jo Dee Messina
- April 28-29 – Ambrosia with Peter Beckett, The Voice Of Player
- April 30, May 1 – Kool and the Gang
In May, check out classic rock bands such as ELO and Rick Springfield or Christian performers Casting Crowns.
- May 5-8 – Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone
- May 12-15 – The Orchestra starring former members of ELO
- May 19-20 – A.J. Croce: Croce Plays Croce – NEW
- May 21-22 – Casting Crowns – NEW
- May 26-27 – Jason Scheff, longtime lead singer of Chicago – NEW
- May 28-29 – Rick Springfield
Last, but certainly not least, don’t miss groups such as The Spinners and The Commodores in June.
- June 2-5 – Plain White T’s
- June 9-10 – The Spinners
- June 11-12 – The Commodores
- June 16-17 – Vertical Horizon
- June 18-19 – Tony Orlando
- June 23-26 – Simple Plan
- June 30, July 1 – Living Colour
- July 2-3 – Wang Chung
If you have your heart set on seeing one of these performances with excellent seating, consider booking a dining package. Check out our review to see if they’re worth it HERE.
Will you attend this year’s Flower and Garden Festival? Which one of these bands are you looking forward to listening to? Please share your thoughts in the comments below and share this post with a friend.