ORLANDO, Fla. — For Black History Month, Disney World has brought back its “Celebrate Soulfully” activities.
What You Need To Know
- "Celebrate Soulfully" returns to Disney World
- The offerings come in celebration of Black History Month
- The celebration features live music, art and food
The celebration, which first debuted last year, features live music, art and food that “honor Black heritage and culture.”
At Disney Springs, there will be live performances of Motown favorites, jazz, R&B and pop hits.
Select restaurants are also offering “Cooking with Soul” menu items. There will also be treats inspired by Disney-Pixar’s “Soul” and Disney’s “The Princess and the Frog” available at Amorette’s Patissere and The Ganachery.
Disney Springs will also have murals and art displays, including some inspired by the upcoming Disney+ series “The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder.”
“The Soul of Jazz: An American Adventure” exhibit has returned to the American Adventure at Epcot after traveling to museums across the country.
During the month, select Walt Disney World Resort hotels will hold viewings of films such as “Soul” and “Remember the Titans.”
A list of the “Celebrate Soulfully” offerings is available on the Disney Springs website.