Black History Month at Disneyland Resort

Disneyland Resort to Celebrate Soulfully During Black History Month

The Disneyland Resort will be celebrating Black History Month in February with featured Celebrate Soulfully offerings. This will include the previously announced “Celebrate Gospel” concerts at Disneyland Park on February 17 and February 24.

The “Celebrate Gospel” concerts at Disneyland Park is an annual tradition. These concerts at Fantasyland Theatre are a tribute to Gospel music and this year features gospel greats Marvin Sapp on February 17 and Tasha Cobbs Leonard on February 24. They will be joined by other performances throughout both of these days from other artists and community choirs.

There will also be a month of incredible foods to be enjoyed throughout February for Black History Month. Troubadour Tavern will be serving a Fried Chicken Bowl or the new Sweet Potato Pie Casserole February 16-18 and 23-25. Elsewhere around the Disneyland Resort there will be other delicious dishes as part of the month’s celebration.

Along with the “Celebrate Gospel” and Black History Month limited-time food offerings, there will also be other announcements made about limited-time offerings at the Disneyland Resort for Black History Month. Daps Magic will be covering them and provide details about them as they become available.

Queenie and Jambalaya Jazz Band

The Disneyland Resort doesn’t just Celebrate Soulfully in February, however. Throughout the year, there are Celebrate Soulfully offerings to be found. Near it’s a small world, Ariel can be found meeting with guests. Over in New Orleans Square, not only can guests enjoy Tiana’s delicious menu at Tiana’s Palace, sometimes she meets with guests as well! Outside the The Royal Hall in Fantasyland, Asha can sometimes also be found meeting with guests. In the Main Street Opera House, there is a Frederick Douglass Exhibit that pays tribute to the prominent leader of the abolitionist movement, escaped slavery and became a renowned social reformer, writer and statesman. Also on select evenings, Queenie and the Jambalaya Jazz Band perform on the Rivers of America.

Over at Disney California Adventure, Celebrate Soulfully offerings can be found in Avengers Campus with General Okoye and the Dora Milaje, Black Panther’s royal guard. Sometimes the Black Panther can also be found, along with Captain America and Captain Monica Rambeau. On Buena Vista Street, Five & Dime highlights the soulful singing of Dime as she performs music from the ’20s and ’30s with the jazzy band. Downtown Disney District’s Jazz Kitchen Coastal Grill & Patio delights with its soulful cooking that fuses its authentic New Orleans roots with its adopted California influences.

More details will be coming out in the coming weeks about Black History Month at the Disneyland Resort. Daps Magic will continue to cover everything that is coming and share it all. Make sure to subscribe to our newsletter to not miss a thing! What are you most looking forward at the Disneyland Resort during Black History Month? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!


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