The Voices Of Liberty are often overlooked, not because they they are not talented or entertaining, but rather due to the fact that they primarily perform as part of a 15 minute pre-show for the American Adventure several times a day. If you don't go inside the Pavilion you will not see them.
Currently their performance schedule is Daily at 12:30, 1:15, 2:00, 2:45, 3:30, 4:15 & 5:00pm
You can find their performance schedule in the showtimes guide at the Epcot gate on the day of your visit. You also can watch the Voices Of Liberty without having to see the American Adventure if you wish.
Patriotic Tribute Through Music
As they sing in the rotunda of the American Adventure Pavilion under the acoustically pure dome, the Voices Of Liberty perform many American classic and patriotic songs such as: "Ol' Man River," "Yankee Doodle", "Star Spangled Banner", "Battle Hymn Of The Republic", "Down By The Old Mill Stream", "When Johnnny Comes Marching Home", and "Amazing Grace."
During a visit recent we even had the opportunity to hear them sing an amazing version of "Old MacDonald Had A Farm." That sounds silly, but with their incredible vocal talents, they made that familar song sound better than ever.
You may even be lucky enough to hear them sing the Disney classic "When You Wish Upon A Star."
Singing For The President Of The United States
Their performances are not limited to the guests of Epcot. The Voices of Liberty have had the opportunity to perform for 5 United States Presidents. They have garnered the title "the United States vocal ambassadors to the world."
Video Of "This Land Is Your Land"
The Voices Of Liberty are best experienced in person, but here is a taste of what they sound like from this YouTube video performance of "This Land Is Your Land." You can find many others on YouTube by seaching for "Voices of Liberty."
Disney World Hidden Treasure
Don't miss this Disney World Hidden Treasure during your next visit to Epcot. Whether you decide to see the American Adventure (high recommended) or not, make it a point to catch one of more performances of the Voices of Liberty. You will be glad you did.