‘A Celebration of the Music from Coco’ Streams on Disney+ From April 10

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Starting April 10, A Celebration of the Music from Coco will stream on Disney+!

The celebration of the Pixar film was filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl in November 2019. The show is hosted by Eva Longoria and Benjamin Bratt and will feature performances from Carlos Rivera, Miguel and Natalia Jiménez.

The celebration features a live orchestra, singers and dancers bringing the music from Coco to life with colorful costumes, clips from the film and even a Dante dog puppet. We can’t wait to see our favorite songs like “Remember Me” and “Un Poco Loco”, although we may need tissues at the ready!

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Lynette has been a lifelong nerd and over the last few years finally learned to let her freak flag fly. She likes to dip her toe into almost every fandom but is particularly passionate about Supernatural, Stranger Things, Marvel and Disney. When she isn’t binge watching programs, she loves to swim, sing and (true to her Ravenclaw nature) read. Lynette joined the Nerds and Beyond staff in 2019 and loves sharing her nerdy knowledge with the world.
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