The final pieces of Epcot’s long transformation project will open on June 10, Disney World announced Thursday. 

Following the opening of the Journey of Water walkthrough and the World Celebration Gardens last year, the last remaining construction sites in Epcot have been CommuniCore Hall and CommuniCore Plaza. 

The multi-purpose building and its adjacent plaza are replacements for a multi-story festival pavilion overlooking World Showcase Lagoon that was canceled in the wake of the  COVID-19 pandemic. 

The plaza will debut with a new sing-along stage show featuring the songs of “Encanto,” which will run multiple times daily until Sept. 6. 

Concept art for “¡Celebración Encanto!,” coming to Epcot on June 10 (Disney)

Communicore Hall will provide space for “the iconic EPCOT festivals and other celebrations,” Disney said, along with a permanent character greeting space for Mickey Mouse and others. 

The opening of these spaces marks the end of one of Disney World’s longest overhauls. Epcot’s transformation began with the closure of Ellen’s Energy Adventure in 2017, and has included the addition of two new rides and a redesigned entrance plaza. 

The ambitious project was scaled back from its original vision, however. Besides the festival building, Disney also canceled plans to build a “Mary Poppins” attraction, turn the shuttered Wonders of Life into a new interactive pavilion and significantly upgrade Spaceship Earth.