Disney World is officially open to the public once again, despite a surge of coronavirus cases in Florida. Magic Kingdom and the Animal Kingdom both opened to park goers on Saturday.
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The remaining parks, EPCOT and Hollywood Studios, will reopen on Wednesday, July 15.
In order to maintain a safe environment, the theme park is taking a number of precautions, which were listed in a blog post on Disney’s website. Include in these precautions are reduced capacity, required temperature checks and face masks, as well as new hand sanitizer and first aid stations.
“We remain deeply committed to focusing on your well-being when you visit or work at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts,” the blog post reads. “From increased cleaning and disinfecting across our parks and resorts, to updated health and safety policies, we have reimagined the Disney experience so we can all enjoy the magic responsibly. We implemented our health and safety measures after considering the guidance of government and local health authorities, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in addition to the U.S. Travel Association and Disney’s team of health experts.”
Florida confirmed 10,000 new cases of COVID-19, Saturday.
For a full breakdown of all the changes at Disney World regarding COVID-19, check out the rundown here.
Massive Festival Garden Of Eden Announces Huge Ticket Giveaway With Astounding Star Artist
Garden of Eden is coming to California in the high deserts of Adelanto at the Adelanto Stadium & event center on September 30th.
But it doesn’t end there,an oasis of music and merriment is set to rise from the star artists of the Garden Of Eden Festival, subgenres, dance and EDM with vip experiences for every enthusiast.
Spanning four expansive stages, the festival showcases the likes of renowned artists including the thrilling ETC! ETC!, the pulsating Teddy Killerz, dynamic Murdock, and, of course, crowd-pleasers such as Blaqout, High Zombie, Mista J, and the ever-electrifying Adil C. Accompanied by notorieties such as Sage Sam, Sawyer Sharbino, and Alexander James Rodriguez.
Evoking visions of mythical gardens, serpentine mysteries, and tempting apples, the festival beckons attendees into an enchanting world of sound and sensation.
Garden of Eden Festival multiple stages confirmed –
Mainstage – The Tree of Life Stage
Stage 2 – The Forbidden Fruit Stage
Stage 3 – The Genesis Stage
Stage 4 – The Inferno Stage
Beyond the beats, a curated selection of vendors awaits, offering everything from delectable bites to festival-centric memorabilia.
EVENT INFO –
- When: September 30, 2023
- Where: Adelanto Plaza & Event Center, 12000 Stadium Way, Adelanto, CA 92301
- Hours: 4PM – 4AM
- Age Admission: 18 or above
Feeling lucky? Win some free tickets here – https://www.instagram.com/p/CxL1Ct9vvJR
Buy tickets to your escape to the desert reverie here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/garden-of-eden-electronic-music-festival-tickets-684446236117
Please note, the event is strictly 18+. The Garden Of Eden Festival invites attendees to escape the mundane and enter a world of unbridled excitement and euphoria.
Yin Lin’s Resounding Keys to Success”
Nestled amidst the electric heartbeat of Shanghai, Yin Lin’s tryst with the ivory keys of a piano commenced when she was a mere toddler of three. Born and nurtured in the rich cultural milieu of this dynamic city, she embraced her passion with open arms, setting the stage for a musical journey that many can only dream of.
By the age of 15, she had already graced the prestigious corridors of Shanghai Normal University School of Music. Under the nurturing wings of renowned figures like Shuxing Zheng, Lan’er Hu, and Zhebang Xie, Yin Lin didn’t just evolve; she soared, etching her name into the annals of music history. Her prodigious talents didn’t go unnoticed; she clinched distinguished honors such as the Pearl River Piano Cup National Pentathlon Competition and the much-coveted MAP-IMC award in 2021.
Yin’s thirst for knowledge was insatiable. Adding more feathers to her cap, she pursued multiple degrees, with her academic journey reaching an apex when she secured the Artist Certificate from Azusa Pacific University School of Music. As we speak, a scholarship awaits her at La Sierra University, all under the esteemed Dr. Elvin Rodriguez’s tutelage. And come this fall, another chapter awaits as she embarks on a DMA degree program at the renowned University of Southern Mississippi.
The timeline between 1999 and 2022 isn’t just years on a calendar for Yin; it’s a collage of her multifaceted engagements. Be it mesmerizing audiences with soulful solo recitals or rubbing shoulders in masterclasses with industry giants such as Dr. Allan Smith and the Grammy Award-winning Opera Singer, Victoria Livengood, Yin has done it all. A shining feather in her cap was her collaboration with the celebrated cellist, Yi-Bin Chu, in 2022.
Beyond performing, Yin Lin has left indelible marks in administrative roles, helming positions as the Artistic Director at the MARKER AND PIONEER International Culture Exchange Center. She also showcased her versatile talents as a piano accompanist and a music worship leader at revered institutions like Claremont Chorale INC and the Mountain View Mennonite Church.
Yin Lin’s musical odyssey, spanning from institutions like the Shanghai YAMAHA Music School to the Los Angeles Chinese Musicians Ensemble Chorus, echoes her relentless passion and dedication. Her story isn’t just about mastering the keys of a piano but resonates with a deep love for the symphony of life.