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Disney’s Animal Kingdom is undergoing unprecedented growth, with excitement building for the world of Pandora, set to open in a few years. But recently, another new section of the park, Harambe Market, opened, and this week, I invite you to join me for a live review of this wonderfully immersive environment, well-crafted backstory and African-inspired street food. I’ll also share interviews with an Imagineer and the Executive Show Producer for Disney’s Animal Kingdom, as well as the Chef de Cuisine, and Steven Miller from Walt Disney World merchandise who shares some unique souvenir items that you can enjoy, cook, and eat!

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Sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s episode of the WDW Radio show. Thanks for listening! Be sure to tune in next week!

– Lou Mongello

QUESTION for YOU from this week’s show: Have you tried the Harambe Market yet? If so, share your review and comments below or on the voicemail at 407-900-9391

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3 thoughts on “WDW Radio Show #413 – Live Review and Interviews at Harambe Market Disney’s Animal Kingdom”

  1. Chuck Zitta says:

    Mmmmmm. The ribs sound tasty! Can’t wait for our next visit down to check it out :0)

  2. Chuck Zitta says:

    Well, this is my second listen to this episode, so I thought I would add: always enjoy the “family food reviews”. It’s fun to listen to each progressive family food review, and literally, hear your kids grow up. Our boys are 16 and 19 now. Can’t believe how fast time has past. Wow! Don’t believe we have tried the Harambe Market as of yet. (And the list of “to-dos” keeps on growing). By the time we come down again, I believe Pandora will be in place. Can’t wait to experience that environment! From all the preliminary artwork I’ve seen, it should be pretty incredible. And why wouldn’t it be? It’s Disney, right?

    Thanks again for another tasty show, Lou and family!!!

  3. William Bragg says:

    Love the family food reviews.