New Horizons (Song)

Last Updated on: March 29th, 2023

New Horizons disney song music“New Horizons” is a song that was created for the Horizons attraction at the Epcot theme park at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. The song was written by composer George Wilkins.

The song “New Horizons” is a contemporary pop ballad that celebrates the optimism and excitement of embarking on new adventures and exploring new possibilities. The lyrics encourage guests to embrace their curiosity and follow their dreams, while the music features a soaring chorus and lush instrumentation that create a sense of wonder and inspiration.

In addition to being played in the entrance plaza, “New Horizons” is also featured in the “Harmonious” nighttime spectacular at Epcot, which celebrates the music and culture of different countries around the world. The song’s uplifting message and catchy melody make it a fitting anthem for Epcot’s focus on innovation, exploration, and the celebration of human achievement.

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Additional Details

  • Song Written By: George Wilkins
  • Song Performed By: Gloria Kaye
  • Year Released: 1983

Related Park Attraction(s):

    Horizons | Disney World

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