Epcot releases full musical lineup for the Eat to the Beat Concert Series


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Have, you, the discerning gourmand and music enthusiast, ever thought to yourself, "This Epcot Food and Wine Festival is all well and good, but it's not for me until I can see either Boyz II Men or Wang Chung mid-bite of brie?"

Epcot's got you covered. They've released the lineup of this year's Eat to the Beat concert series (via WESH and Disney).

From mid-September to mid-November, attendees of Epcot's food bonanza can also sample a diverse lineup of musical acts, with everyone from Blues Traveller to Christopher Cross to Tiffany playing select dates to aid in your digestion.
Full list below:

Wang Chung — September 14-15
Starship — September 16-18
Air Supply – September 19-20
The Bo Deans — September 21-23
Fuel – September 24-25
Sugar Ray — September 26-28
Los Lobos – September 29-30
David Cook — October 1-2
Wilson Phillips — October 3-4
Blues Traveler – October 5-6
Plain White T’s — October 7-9
38 Special — October 10-11
Jeffrey Osbourne — October 12-13
Tiffany — October 14-16
Dennis DeYoung and the Music of Styx — October 17-19
Christopher Cross – October 20-21
Toad the Wet Sprocket — October 22-23
Chaka Khan — October 24-25
Billy Ocean — October 26-27
Living Colour — October 28-29
Hanson — October 30-November 1
Soul Asylum — November 2-3
Delta Rae — November 4-6
Boyz II Men — November 7-9
Sister Hazel — November 10-11
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy — November 12-14 

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