Epcot’s Sounds Like Summer Series – Stayin Alive!

Hello All! My name is Amanda.

First, a little about myself. Currently, I am working on my Masters of Science in Software Engineering. My family and I just moved to Florida from Colorado last month.

One of the first things we did upon our arrival was purchase our annual passes to Disney World. We both are long time fans of Disney and with our annual passes we use Disney as our daily hang out. Our two favorite parks (although we love all four) are Epcot and Animal Kingdom. Excited about all there is to do at DisneyI I started an online journal I like to call Mouse Beat . Disney fans be sure to stop by!

Thank you to Deb for asking me to share my Disney Adventures with you all! And to get the ball rolling here is a little bit about what we did last night at Disney.

It turns out that Disco is not dead!

stayin alive sign at American Gardens Theatre Epcot

Now in its second week the “Sounds Like Summer Concert Series” at Epcot was host to “Stayin Alive” A Tribute to the Bee Gees.

If you like the music of the Bee Gees, definitely head on over to the America Gardens this week. They will be there all week and the show times are 5:15, 6:30 and 7:45.

The band has about 20 songs on their play list and from the excitement of the crowd they are some of the Bee Gees greatest hits.

Unfamilar with the music personally I did not recognize many of the songs, and was a little disappointed that they did not play “Staying Alive” in their last show of the night.

The group “Stayin Alive” did a great job paying attention to detail from the stage setup to their costumes. Here are the brothers all dressed up…

Barry Gibb


They were crowd friendly. Although they never left the stage like 2U A Tribute to U2 (last week’s Sounds Like Summer group) , they do make an effort to include the crowd.

They tell jokes to each other, talk about Mickey, remark on the America Gardens and encourage the audience to dance. And oh boy did the audience dance! In the bleachers, in the aisles, disco got their feet moving!

The adults in the crowd were having a fantastic time but I did notice that some of the youngsters were not as entertained. Unlike the 2U concerts last week the kids in the “Stayin Alive” audience spent most of their time on the bench eating their goodies.

Oh and one note, “Stayin Alive” does not permit the audience to video record their performance. You are allowed to take as many pictures as you want but not video recordings. Just a note.

Overall it was a good time and I recommend it to all those Bee Gee fans out there!


Have a Disney Day!


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