Garden Rocks schedule 2019


Anyone that knows me, knows that the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival is one of my favorite times of year to go to Walt Disney World. One of the benefits of going during this time is the Garden Rocks concert series. This is a set of mini-concerts that take place within the Epcot World Showcase. The Bands come from a variety of different music and can be some of the Bands you grew up with. Disney has released their Garden Rocks schedule 2019! There are quite a few well-known bands this coming year including Lonestar, Sister Hazel, Simple Plan, John Fiedler from the Eagles along with many more.

The Garden Festival

The Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival takes place in Epcot from March 6th to June 3rd, 2019. The Garden Rocks schedule 2019 starts a few days later on March 9th. Most years the festival takes place right around the same time frame. There’s a lot to see and do during this time including outdoor kitchens and food tasting along with seeing all of the topiaries around the park. These concerts are free with your Disney park ticket. Some of that bands can pull a pretty big crowd so they have three showings at 5:30 p.m., 6:45 p.m. and 8 pm.

Even if you can’t find a seat you’ll be able to enjoy the concert standing in the back or even walking by. If you are concerned with not finding a seat, Disney has a Garden Rocks Dining Plan; which allows you to make reservations at a nearby restaurant and have reserved seating for the concert.

Who plays when?

March – Good start to the concert series

6-8th Steve Augeri (formally of Journey) – When You Love a Woman and Don’t Stop Believin’

9-10th Glass Tiger – Don’t Forget me and Thin Red Line

9-10th Jon Anderson of YES – Heart of the Sunrise and Love Will Find a Way

13-14th Tony Orlando – Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree and Knock Three Times

17-20th Simple Plan – I’d Do Anything and Welcome to My Life

21-22nd Ambrosia – Magical Mystery Tour and How Much I Feel

23-24th Magic Giant – Shake Me Up and Let it Burn

25-27th Air Supply – Making Love Out of Nothing at All and Lost In Love

28-29th Berlin featuring Terri Nunn – Now It’s My Turn and Take My Breath Away

30-31st The Smithereens – Miles from Nowhere and Only a Memory


April – A star-studded month

1-2nd Rick Springfield – I’ve Done Everything for You and Jessie’s Girl

3-4th Christopher Cross- Ride Like the Wind and Never Be the Same

5-7th The Spinners – Its a Shame and Working My Way Back to You

8-9th Dennis DeYoung (formally of STYX) – Mr Roboto and Come Sail Away

10-11th John Michael Montgomery – I Can Love You Like That and I Swear

12-13th Sister Sledge – We Are Family and Mama Never Told Me

14-16th Night Ranger – Rock in America and Don’t Tell Me You Love Me

17-19th Sister Hazel  – That Kind of Beautiful and All for You

20-21st Steven Curtis Chapman – I Will be Here and Cinderella

22-23rd TobyMac – I Just Need U. and The Elements

24-26th Lonestar – I’m Already There and Amazed

27-30th The Orchestra (former members of ELO) – Mr. Blue Sky and Evil Woman


May – Finishing up the concerts

1-4th Herman’s Hermits (Peter Noone) – I’m Henry VIII I Am and There’s a Kind of Hush

5-7th Don Felder (Formerly of the Eagles) – Hotel California

8-9th A Flock of Seagulls – Wishing and I Ran (So Far Away)

10-11th Marshall Tucker Band – Can’t You See and Heard It in a Love Song

14-15th Richard Marx – Now and Forever and Should’ve Known Better

16-19th Starship Featuring Mickey Thomas – Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now and We Built This City

20-21st – Colin Hay (Men at Work) – Down Under and Who Can It Be Now?

22-23rd War- Low Rider and Why Can’t We Be Friends

24-27th The Guess Who – These Eyes and American Woman

28-29th Jon Secada – Do You Believe in Us and Just Another Day

May 30-June 1st – Blood, Sweat and Tears – You’ve Made Me So Very Happy and I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know

When to Go?

As you can see by the Garden Rocks schedule 2019, there are quite a variety of musical artists over the course of a month-and-a-half. Some are more well-known than others. But overall there’s something for everyone. If you were down there around this time, I recommend making an effort to catch one at the concert. If you’re choosing when to go, this is a great opportunity! In the past, we were lucky enough to see the Gin Blossoms perform during the Garden Rock concerts.

If you were able to go, which band would you like most to see? Leave a comment in the section below!