The ones in the Arts Festival were pretty cool too. I love the idea of festivals to give seasonal entertainment at EPCOT, but they have to do it right.
I think living statues are kind of neat, just if you were to see one outside of Disney... it's usually not the best idea to interact with one.
Three years away.
This version of RoE 2.0 has been bouncing around 2017-18-19 for quite a while. There have been several pushes to bring it forward. As of very recently it's scheduled to debut early summer 2019.
So Epcot will have gone 4 years, from 2016-2020 without a new addition by that point, not including upgrades. That's awful for a park in such a state.
Will we see changes to the land/Seas/Imagination beforehand?
Definitely! I thought it was done very well. Unlike most on these boards, I enjoy all the festivals for what they have to offer.
I don't think I've ever seen them in person, but I remember seeing them on the vacation planning videos as a kid. At least they still have those living tree people in the Oasis at DAK.and people loved them, it was a great show. They sure did do away with every bit of entertainment that people liked.
I think that's a real possibility in 2019 and 2020
Shhh... nobody tell @Just4Pics that it's 2017.I think it's a real possibility for AK this year. They were only 900,000 apart in 16 and Pandora seems to be drawing in the crowds.
I'm an AP and I go frequently, and while attendance is obviously down in the other three parks and resort wide, AK has been busier than I've ever seen it.
My bet is AK will be WDW's # 2 park in 2016.
I always thought that it was October 1st to September 30th, but their annual reports state 'for the fiscal year ended Oct. 1st'. I was under the impression that a fiscal year ended on the last day of a month, but I'm sure someone on here can explain why Disney's states ends Oct. 1st.Can someone remind me what Disney's fiscal quarters are?
It depends on the year. Fiscal 16 ended October 1 because it was a Saturday.I always thought that it was October 1st to September 30th, but their annual reports state 'for the fiscal year ended Oct. 1st'. I was under the impression that a fiscal year ended on the last day of a month, but I'm sure someone on here can explain why Disney's states ends Oct. 1st.