Bruno Coming to Magic Kingdom as Part of Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month

Walt Disney World Resort will be celebrating Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. Throughout the month-long celebration there will be plenty of exciting experiences to be had throughout Walt Disney World. This includes entertainment, food, art, merchandise, and a few other things… including Bruno and Mirabel!

Magic Kingdom

At the Magic Kingdom, Bruno will be joining the Disney Adventure Friends Cavalcade along the parade route. Mirabel’s uncle will be joined by other friends like Miguel from Coco, Princess Elena of Avalor and José Carioca. While Mirabel won’t be in the cavalcade, she won’t be far away. Starting on the same date she will begin meeting with friends near the castle at her magical Casita. This meet and greet location will continue on past the end of Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month


Over at EPCOT, there will also be exciting things to find during Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month. With it coinciding with the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival, the Eat to the Beat Concert Series is the perfect place to celebrate. This year, Disney promises the most “Hispanic talent to ever hit the America Gardens Theatre stage.” The following talent will be presented during the Eat to the Beat Concert Series.

  • Monsieur Periné – Sept. 15, 2023
  • Raul Acosta and Oro Sólido – Sept. 16-17, 2023
  • Bacilos – Sept. 18, 2023
  • Los Amigos Invisibles – Sept. 22-24, 2023
  • Latin Ambition – Sept. 27-28, 2023

Performances for the Eat to the Beat Concert Series are at 5:30 PM, 6:45 PM, and 8:00 PM.

Elsewhere in EPCOT there will be some Hispanic and Latin dishes at Global Marketplaces being offered during the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival. This includes Charcuterie in a Cup from Spain, the Pão de Queijo from Brazil, and the Guava Cake with whipped cream and coconut from Shimmering Sips Hosted by CORKCICLE.

Elsewhere at Walt Disney World Resort

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

At Disney’s Animal Kingdom, celebrate Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month by heading over to the Conservation Station. Once there, learn how to draw Dante from Disney/Pixar’s Coco and also hear about a featured Hispanic animator at The Animation Experience.

Disney Springs

There will also be ways to celebrate Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month at Disney Springs. Disney Springs happens to be the home of several Hispanic-owned shops and eateries. This includes Jaleo by José Andrés and Frontera Cocina and also Crystal Arts by Arribas Brothers.

Shopping, Transportation, & Disney Resort Hotels

Throughout the month, Disney Resort hotel guests can also watch Movies Under the Stars. Look for movies inspired by Latin America that include Encanto and Coco on select nights throughout the month. There will also be merchandise from both of these films that can be found throughout Walt Disney World Resort.

While traveling around Walt Disney World Resort, keep your eyes open for some character murals from Encanto or Coco on the outside of the Skyliner or on the exterior of a bus.

There will be more offerings, including a full food lineup, announced as Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month gets closer and Daps Magic will report on them when they are announced. What do you think of what is being offered so far? What are you most excited about? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!

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