New “Colors of the Wind” Lighting Package Added on Spaceship Earth for the Flower & Garden Festival

Spaceship Earth will have a new nightly “beacon of magic” during Epcot’s 2022 Flower & Garden Festival. The new lighting sequence will play with the orchestral version of “Colors of the Wind” from the outstanding animated film Pocahontas.

Walt Disney Imagineer Zach Riddley shared a preview of the “Colors of the Wind” lighting on Instagram.


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Spaceship Earth’s nighttime lighting is one of the best additions at Walt Disney World in recent memory. Disney has regularly updated the lighting schemes, previously setting scenes to ‘Rainbow Connection’ by The Muppets. Spaceship Earth has always looked incredible, but the new points of light allow for more dynamic scenes and brilliant colors.

We love seeing Spaceship Earth’s nighttime appearance change throughout Epcot’s festivals. We’re also big fans of Pocahontas and are excited to see it get more representation at Walt Disney World.

Any guesses what the nighttime lighting will be for Epcot’s 2022 Food & Wine Festival?

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