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Actress Auli’i Cravahlo Brings ‘Aloha’ Spirit to Epcot International Festival of the Holidays

Charles Stovall

by , Public Relations Manager

At the age of 18, Auli’I Cravahlo has one of the most recognizable voices on the planet.

Known to Disney fans around the world as the voice of the title character in the film “Moana,” Auli’i showcased both inner strength and vulnerability of the modern Disney princess – qualities she also brought to her narration of the 2018 “Candlelight Processional,” part of the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays.

We caught up with Auli’i before her second night of performances at Epcot where she told us what the “Candlelight Processional” means to her.

And she had a special guest visitor as well.

Epcot International Festival of the Holidays
Holiday traditions from around the world come to life at Epcot International Festival of the Holidays, featuring the new Holiday Cookie Stroll and new food and beverage at Holiday Kitchens. Through Dec. 30, Epcot brims with holiday magic, as guests will be able to sample international seasonal delicacies, delight in live entertainment, and enjoy festive decor.

Guests discover a festival like no other, featuring the joyous holiday traditions of our 11 World Showcase nations. Epcot International Festival of the Holidays surrounds you in the wondrous sights, sounds and flavors of the season, as celebrated by cultures near and far.

Guests also savor some of the most delectable holiday dishes from across the globe at 12 specialty kitchens set around World Showcase. New items this year include black forest roulade with cherry whipped cream at the Bavaria Holiday Kitchen in the Germany Pavilion and sofrito-marinated beef with sweet plantains and olives at the Feast of the Three Kings Holiday Kitchen.

For more information about the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays or all holiday events at Walt Disney World Resort, check out http://www.disneyworld.com/holidays.

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