The Canada Pavilion at Epcot has seen several changes to its live entertainment offerings recently. The long running Off Kilter was replaced by a not-so long running lumberjack show which concluded last fall. Now TradNation is the latest act to come to the Mill Stage.
TradNation introduces the living music and dance traditions of Québec. A collaboration between musicians and dancers, the group includes two generations of performers from Québec’s thriving traditional music scene, presenting instrumental, song and dance traditions from the rich cultural heritage of French Québec. Among these artists are award-winning musicians and dancers, dedicated ethnologists, and composers of roots-inspired new works, all of them artists who possess and perform important repertoire from their own families, learned from local traditions.
The group performs Wednesdays through Sundays.
What do you think of this latest act to come to Epcot?
Which entertainment offering at Epcot's Canada pavilion was the best?
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