We’re at EPCOT’s 2021 Festival of the Holidays today!
In addition to eating our way through the Festival Holiday Kitchens, the Candlelight Processional is back tonight after it was canceled in 2020. Guests can secure a guaranteed seat at the show with four returning dining packages at select restaurants in the park, but these sold out FAST this year. But, now there are TWO MORE limited availability dining packages in EPCOT for guests to get guaranteed seating without a reservation!
Today we noticed a new sign advertising a Candlelight Processional Dining Package at the Spice Road Table in the Morocco pavilion of EPCOT. This package costs $49.00 and includes two small plates, one non-alcoholic beverage, a dessert platter, and guaranteed seating at the Candlelight Processional.
A Cast Member let us know that right now it’s first come, first serve, and after you dine you will get a ticket for reserved seating at the Candlelight Processional showtime of your choice, which takes place at 5:15PM, 7PM, and 8:30PM.
But that’s not the only location offering this specialty dining package! It is also available at the Regal Eagle Smokehouse in the American Adventure pavilion. This package costs $39.99 for your choice of an entree, a non-alcoholic beverage, and dessert.
Because this a Quick Service spot, the Regal Eagle package gets you your food at the time of purchase, and you get a ticket for guaranteed seating at the Candlelight Processional. We chose the 5:15 show time!
And, for our meal, we chose the Sliced Texas Beef Brisket Sandwich, Macaroni & Cheese, and the S’mores Brownie. Just keep in mind that you’ll be paying a bit more than you would otherwise for these dishes, but the trade-off is the guaranteed seating.
You cam take a look at our meal at Regal Eagle Smokehouse below!
Candlelight Processional Regal Eagle Dining Package 🕯- $39.99 and includes a guaranteed seat at the show, an entree, non-alcoholic beverage, and dessert! pic.twitter.com/br2q2CGEwC
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Standby seating is still available for the Candlelight Processional for free, so you don’t need to purchase a dining package to see the show. But, if it is a must-do for you and want guaranteed seating, it might be worth it to pay a bit more in order to secure your seating.
Of course, we’ll be sure to bring you more from our day at the Festival of the Holidays, so stay tuned to AllEars for the latest!
Are you seeing the Candlelight Processional soon? Tell us in the comments!