The Epcot International Festival of the Arts starts on January 13, with a salute to art in all of its forms. In addition to visual and culinary arts, the theme park is highlighting theater with live performances by Disney Broadway stars.

Broadway-caliber singing at Epcot

If you’re a theater fan who loves Disney, you’re already familiar with such Broadway hits as “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Lion King.” If you’ve seen them on stage and love the music, you’ll want to hit this new festival at Epcot to see stars from these and other beloved shows singing at the America Garden theater.

Ashley Brown and Josh Strickland kick things off starting January 13 to 16, and 20 to 23, with numbers from Disney’s “Frozen,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Tarzan,” “Mary Poppins,” and “The Little Mermaid.”

Performances run throughout Disney festival

If you can’t make it to Epcot during the first two weeks of the festival, or if you’re planning multiple visits, mark your calendar to check out a show from January 27 to 30, or February 3-6. That’s when Kerry Butler and Kevin Massey join forces to bring songs from Disney’s “Newsies,” “Aladdin,” “Tarzan,” and “Beauty and the Beast” to life at Walt Disney World. Kissy Simmons and Alton Fitzgerald close out the event from February 10 to 13, and 17 to 20 with songs from Disney’s “The Lion King,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Aida,” and “Aladdin.”

Learn more about how Disney on Broadway will add a broad dimension of performance art to the Epcot International Festival of the Arts in the video below.

In it, Show Director of Creative Entertainment Marsha Jackson-Randolph talks about what guests can expect when Broadway luminaries take the stage.

Concerts included with Epcot tickets

The shows take place on the America Garden stage in Epcot three times each night of the festival. See them at 5:30, 6:45, and 8:00 p.m. They’re included with your park admission ticket on a first come, first served basis, or guarantee your spot by visiting the Walt Disney World website and booking a dining and seating package.