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Entertainment acts cut from Epcot in the wake of coronavirus closure

by Brittani Tuttle

Various contracted entertainment acts at Epcot have been cut due to the resort’s closure this week due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Sunday, March 15, 2020 was the final day of performances for British Revolution, the popular music group that performed in the United Kingdom pavilion, Sergio, the mime and juggler in the Italy pavilion, and Matsuriza, the taiko drummers in the Japan pavilion.

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https://www.facebook.com/ClownSergio/posts/2960079664052934
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These entertainment cuts were abrupt, and there’s no word if they will return once the parks are safe to reopen. Other contracted entertainment acts in Epcot have likely been let go as well, but for now, we can’t say for sure.


You can watch our videos of some of the final shows for Sergio and the Matsuriza drummers below:

Last Day for Juggler and Mime Sergio in Italy At Epcot
Final Show for Matsuriza, the drummers in Japan at Epcot

Stay tuned for more updates as we receive them, and check out our regularly-updating page with all current coronavirus-related theme park closures in the U.S.

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