VIDEO - Wies N Buam bring traditional Bavarian music to the Germany Pavilion at Epcot

Jan 26, 2017 in "Wies N Buam"

Wies N Buam overview
Posted: Thursday January 26, 2017 9:45am EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

Wies N Buam, a new Bavarian folk music act is now playing at Epcot's Germany pavilion.

You can catch Wies N Buam Friday through Tuesday in the Germany garden gazebo.

Here is a look at one of their performances at Epcot.

Showtimes are typically 1:05pm, 2:10pm, 3:10pm, 5:00pm, 6:00pm, 7:00pm and 8:00pm.

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LuxeJan 18, 2017

Hope not, loved Margret Almer. She was always having such a good time and made cruising by the Germany pavilion that much more fun. She always had an audience where many other acts around the world didn't. The new band is pretty good too but I'll miss the yodelling.

Nubs70Jan 12, 2017

They need to get the 5 guys with accordions that play outside the Koln Cathedral. These guys play Bach and it sounds just like a pipe organ. They are amazing.

RSoxNo1Jan 12, 2017

Did this replace Margret Almer and the Bavarian Band.

Kman101Jan 10, 2017

Looks like a really good addition. Gonna have to try and remember to catch them this Friday.

DisneyPrincess5Jan 10, 2017

Great band!

BolnaJan 10, 2017

In case anyone wonders about the name: it is Bavarian dialect for Oktoberfest Boys. In Munich the Oktoberfest is called Wiesen (or abbreviated to Wiesn or Wies'n, the apostrophe indicates the missing vowel), which just means meadow after the area where it takes place, the Theresienwiese (kind of like Theresa's Meadow). And Buam is how a Bavarian would pronounce the German word Buben, which means boys. I like it that they are actually using traditional instruments, not electronic keyboards.

HRHPrincessArielJan 10, 2017

My kiddo loves an Oom Pah Pah band.