CommuniCore Hall | Disney World

Last Updated on: February 9th, 2024

Here is everything you need to know about the CommuniCore Hall at Walt Disney World’s Epcot including history, reviews, fun facts, photos and more. I hope you find this listing informative and helpful!


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What is CommuniCore Hall?

CommuniCore Hall epcotCommuniCore Hall at EPCOT is an upcoming addition to the park’s World Celebration area, set to become a central hub for the park’s many festivals and live events. It’s designed to be a multi-purpose venue that will feature a demonstration kitchen, a mixology bar, gallery space, and will also include a new Mickey & Friends meet and greet area. The architecture of CommuniCore Hall is inspired by EPCOT’s legacy and the original CommuniCore buildings, incorporating elements like light, shapes, and reflections.

The outdoor area of CommuniCore Hall, known as CommuniCore Plaza, will serve as a performance space capable of hosting both large-scale concerts and intimate performances, extending into the nearby gardens. This area is intended to provide guests with a place to relax and enjoy the offerings of the various festivals that take place at EPCOT throughout the year.

Construction progress indicates that the Hall will incorporate design elements reminiscent of Spaceship Earth, with glass panels installed on a section of the building and Spaceship Earth-like triangular detailing on the façade. The entire World Celebration area, including CommuniCore Hall, was expected to be finished by late 2023, but the Hall was delayed to 2024.

For those eager to see the latest developments and changes coming to EPCOT, CommuniCore Hall is certainly one of the most anticipated projects, promising to enhance the guest experience with new interactive elements and spaces dedicated to celebration and community.



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