Experience the enchantment of Disneyland Paris’ magical Christmas extravaganza from 9 November 2019 to 6 January 2020
The magic of Christmas kicks off on 9 November at Disneyland Paris. For nearly two months, guests can discover twinkling lights, watch the wonderful Disney’s Christmas Parade and meet their favourite Disney Characters. And this year, Disney Princesses will be part of the celebration dance for the biggest gathering of Disneyland Paris royal couples.
The Christmas Season at Disneyland Park
Light up the tree with Mickey’s Magical Christmas Lights
At nightfall, guests are in for a big surprise during the enchanting Christmas tree lighting ceremony, alongside Mickey, Minnie and Santa Claus. Together, they will light up the spectacular twenty-four-meter-tall tree in the middle of Main Street, U.S.A.
A sparkly celebration with Disney Princesses
During this Christmas Season, guests can attend The Starlit Princess Waltz located at the Royal Castle Stage. Ariel, Belle, Snow White, Cinderella, Jasmine, Rapunzel and Tiana, together with their princes, will join Aurora on stage for a magical ball. Available from 15 November 2019 to 5 January 2020.
Rediscover Disney’s Christmas Parade
The traditional Disney’s Christmas Parade will return to Disneyland Park with two performances every day. Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Goofy will open the procession of magical, colourful floats. From Winnie the Pooh and Friends, to Chip & Dale and The Three Little Pigs, this is an opportunity for guests to meet their favourite Disney Characters. And of course, Santa will end Disney’s Christmas Parade on a high note from his sleigh.
Magical greeting experiences in a festive setting
At Disneyland Park, guests will feel the Christmas spirit as soon as they set foot inside, with snowmen, glowing Christmas trees and snow-covered decorations surrounding the giant Christmas tree on Main Street, U.S.A.
Thumper, Miss Bunny and Stitch will celebrate Christmas and the New Year in this magical setting. Santa Claus will also be there to welcome guests at “Meet Mickey Mouse” in a specially dedicated lodge until 25 December (inclusive). This is the perfect opportunity for guests of all ages to drop off their Christmas letter to Santa and capture the moment.
Let’s Sing Christmas!
What would Christmas be without traditional songs? The Let’s Sing Christmas show will feature the greatest Christmas tunes, together with Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and the singers. Every weekend, choirs will have the opportunity to perform on the Videopolis stage.
Find out more information on Disney Performing Arts here
The Enchanted Advent Calendar from 1-24 December
Guests will be able to take part in the Christmas magic as soon as Disneyland Park opens as The Enchanted Advent Calendar is back at the foot of Sleeping Beauty Castle. Every day a new surprise will be revealed together with Mickey, Minnie and Goofy.
The Christmas Season at Walt Disney Studios Park
A musical Christmas with Mickey’s Christmas Big Band
Animagique Theater will be ringing again this year to jazz rhythms during Mickey’s Christmas Big Band. This live show is in keeping with a traditional musical. It pays lively homage to winter’s melodies featuring Disney Characters. The programme includes the big band orchestra, fast pace tap dance acts and even a solo by Mickey on the drums! Available from 15 November until 5 January 2020.
Following its success last season, the #SURPRISEMICKEY show will return to the Production Courtyard stage at the foot of The Hollywood Tower Hotel. And to celebrate Christmas in the best way possible, Minnie and her friends will have some new surprises in store for guests. Available from 15 November 2019 to 5 January 2020.
About Disneyland Paris:
Euro Disney Associés S.A.S, operating company of Disneyland Paris has 16 000 employees, 500 professions, 20 spoken languages and 121 nationalities. Disneyland Paris is the number one single-site employer in France and the largest private employer in the department of Seine-et-Marne. The Resort includes Disneyland® park, Walt Disney Studios® park, six Disney Hotels and 2 Disney Nature Resorts with a total capacity of more than 5,800 rooms, two convention centers, the entertainment center Disney Village® and a 27-hole golf course. In addition, the company manages the real estate development operating segment of a 2,230-hectare site, approximately 50% of which is yet to be developed. A 2 billion-euro, multi-year new development plan includes a transformation of the Walt Disney Studios Park, adding three new areas that are based on Marvel, Frozen and Star Wars, along with multiple new attractions and live entertainment experiences. The expansion plan is one of the most ambitious development projects at Disneyland Paris since its opening in 1992.