Epcot® International Flower and Garden Festival - 2016
Lake Buena Vista, FL USA
Explore the power of rhythm and climb your way into the future at the Music Garden Melodies play environment at the EPCOT® International Flower & Garden Festival. Rhapsody® Outdoor Musical Instruments—including Grandioso® Chimes, Vivo® and Animato® Metallophones, as well as Kundu, Kettle and Goblet Drums—take center stage at this garden. The Music Garden Melodies play environment, designed for kids ages 2 to 12, also offers a Netplex® playstructure to challenge kids as they climb their way to the top. This EPCOT play environment is covered by SkyWays® custom Netplex shade to protect children and families from the sun and heat.
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Video features the Landscape Structures playground at the 2016 Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival in Orlando Florida.
[video: view slowly pans across an open man-made pond with floating flower pots. The monorail track crosses over the pond with a surrounding colorful floral garden. Text on screen reads, more than five hundred thousand. View point changes to a different outlook over the man-maid pond with floating flower arrangements. The new playground is in the distance on the other side of the pond. Text appears that reads, plans, trees, and shrubs. View point changes to looking out over the man-made pond and underneath the monorail track to where the playground is located. Text appears that reads, three hundred million blooms. View point changes to the far end corner of the man-made pond where the surrounding colorful garden begins. The new playground can be seen slightly off into the background.]
[video: an employee wearing a reflective orange vest waters a large flower pot. Text appears that reads, four hundred horticulturists. Camera zooms into the hose the employee is using to water the flowers with. Camera switch to a panning view of the new Landscape Structures playground at Epcot. Text appears that reads, and one beautiful playground. A full view of the Skyport Climber with additional SwiggleKnots bridge, Sol spinner, and Tight Rope bridge. The Skyport climber is shaded by a SkyWays shade system. A top down view of a girl climbing on the outside of the Skyport climber. Text appears that reads, two thousand sixteen Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival. Camera close-up of the SwiggleKnots ball handholds with Landscape Structures logo. A man helps a young boy at the top of a climber as he steps onto the playground decking. A young girl uses the hand mallets to play the Rhapsody Grandioso Chimes. View comes into focus of a girl’s hands as she hits the Rhapsody Kettle Drum. A young boy walks through an elevated wire crawl tunnel.]
[video: view through the wire crawl tunnel as a young girl enters and sits and lens on the side of the tunnel. Scene switch to an elevated view above the Rhapsody Animato Metallophone as to woman play it. Someone wears a point of view camera as they look down and play the Rhapsody Animato Metallophone. Camera switch to another point of view camera being worn as the person bangs their hands on a Rhapsody Kettle Drum. Scene change to a point of view camera as they look down and play the Rhapsody Vivo Metallophone. Scene change as a point of view camera is worn as they play Rhapsody Grandioso Chimes.]
[video: a sign stands in a bed of flowers, it reads, nature works everywhere presented by The Nature Conservancy. Camera close-up of a sign that reads Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival established 1994, Fresh Epcot. A time laps camera is placed in the far corner of the playground. Crowds of people move through the playground in the time laps. Fade to black.]
[video: a boy speaks to the camera while standing in front of the Skyport climber.]
Boy: I like the playground because of the big rig.
Boy voiceover: And I thought it was interesting how they incorporated nets into it.
[video: a view of the boy as he climbs on the Tight Rope bridge. Camera zooms onto his hands as he holds onto the spinning overhead hand hold for the Tight Rope bridge. A top down view as a boy climbs down through the middle of Skyport climber. Camera switches to Elianna speaking to the camera.]
Elianna: My name is Elianna and I'm nine years old and my favorite thing is the net.
[video: Top down view of Elianna kneeling underneath the ropes of the Skyport Climber. A young girl named Malory speaks to the camera.]
My names Malory and I'm seven years old.
Malory voiceover: And I like the music instruments.
[video: side view of Malory playing the Rhapsody Vivo Metallophone. Camera zooms in as Malory puts the metallophone mallets back in their holder. Camera switches to a girl named Brooklyn speaking to the camera.]
Brooklyn: My names Brooklyn and I am nine years old.
Brooklyn voiceover: And I like the spiny thing and the zip line.
[video: camera close-up of children’s feet as they stand on the Sol Spinner and it turns. Camera view of a girl named Falon speaking to the camera.]
Falon: My names Falon and I'm ten years old and I like that spiny thing.
[video: Top down view of four girls spinning in slow motion on the Sol Spinner.]
Bella voiceover: Hi my names Bella I am eleven years old and I like the spiny thing.
[video: Bella climbs up towards the camera on the Skyport Climber. Camera back to Bella speaking to the camera. View of two girls spinning on the Sol Spinner. Camera switches to a boy named Abe speaking to the camera.]
Ave: Hi my names Abe and I'm thirteen years old and I like the nets.
[video: view of Abe and another boy at the top of the Skyport climber. Camera switches to a boy named Noah as he speaks to the camera.]
Noah: My names Noah I'm twelve and I like the nets.
[video: a wide-angle view looking up at the Skyport climber as children climb all around. A young girl plays the Rhapsody Animato Metallophone. Camera comes into focus on a boy’s tennis shoes as they wiggle back and forth on the Tight Rope bridge.]
[video: camera pans up a garden of pink roses with the Skyport climber in the background. Camera close-up of a young boy’s legs as he runs across the playground. A young boy reaches to play the Rhapsody Grandioso Chimes. Scene change to a view of the shoulders and head of a Mickey Mouse statue made of bushes and flowers. Camera pulls back to a full view of a Donald Duck statue made of bushes and flowers with the Skyport climber in the background. Camera zooms into an unfocused view of the Donald Duck statue face. In focus in the background a young girl climbs on the SwiggleKnots bridge. Scene change to the top of the Skyport Climber where a girl stands on bar.]
[video: a young boy walks up to a garden where a Mickey Mouse statue made of bushes and flowers stands in the middle. Scene switch to a close-up of a young boy’s face as he looks up and around while standing on the Skyport climber. Camera close-up of a young girl’s face and hands as she holds onto a rope off the SwiggleKnots bridge. A baby lifts its head to look at the camera as it lays on its tummy on the fake playground grass. A young girl smiles while another girl spins her on the Sol spinner. Camera slowly pans upwards with a full view of the Skyport climber, Tight Rope bridge, and the Sol spinner as children run and play all around. Fade to black. Playing chimes noise is heard and the Landscape
Structure logo appears from falling glitter stars with a final bell ring once the logo fully appears. Text below the logo reads, better playgrounds, better world.]
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Play Systems featured in this Playground
Ages 5 to 12 Years
The PlayBooster® playground structure, the original post-and-clamp system, combines exciting ground-level components with climbing events and overhead activities for kids ages 5 to 12. The PlayBooster family includes the interconnected cables of Netplex®, the contemporary Vibe®, the nature-inspired Tree House and the double-decker PlayOdyssey® Tower.
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Ages 2 to 12
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Play Styles featured in this Playground
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