Two New Shows In Front Of Sleeping Beauty Castle To Mark The 25th Anniversary Of Disneyland Paris

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From 26 March 2017, Disneyland® Park invites guests of all ages to enjoy

two new shows, each celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Disneyland Paris and the magic of Disney: Mickey presents “Happy Anniversary Disneyland Paris” and The Starlit Princess Waltz.

 

Mickey presents “Happy Anniversary Disneyland Paris”

 

Dressed in his smartest costume, a blue and silver dinner jacket in the colours of the 25th Anniversary year, Mickey has prepared a grand surprise in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle, ceremoniously assembling his friends for an unforgettable anniversary celebration. Appearing at the top of the steps of a sparkling crystal castle to the sound of lively music, Mickey invites his friends, guests included, to join him in a resounding musical chorus of “Happy Anniversary Disneyland Paris”! A dazzling show worthy of a unique anniversary celebration!

 

“It is rare that I get the opportunity to direct so many Disney Characters in one show” reveals Emmanuel Lenormand, the Show Director. “It is essential to create a big picture, like in a musical, while respecting the personality of each Character: no one can make a grand entrance quite like Mickey!”.

 

Mickey presents “Happy Anniversary Disneyland Paris” will take place several times a day.

Royal Castle Stage, Disneyland Park.

 

The Starlit Princess Waltz

This same stage also plays host to another show: a real-life magical ball that will make dreams come true for princesses of all ages. With the wave of a magic wand, Tinker Bell has transformed the Royal Castle Stage, with delicate latticework arches, into a starlit ballroom where the Disney Princesses waltz. Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Snow White, Cinderella, Jasmine, Rapunzel and Tiana, dressed in magnificent ball gowns, to the sound of a romantic fanfare, create a magical moment against the unique backdrop of Sleeping Beauty Castle and its spectacular fountains.

 

“One of the songs in the show is called “Every Girl can be A Princess” and, as well as the eight princesses featured on stage, we also wanted all the little girls in the audience to feel like princesses throughout this 25th Anniversary year”, smiles Amanda Cahen, the Show Director.

 

>The Starlit Princess Waltz will take place several times a day.

Royal Castle Stage, Disneyland Park.

 

Guests can enjoy the shows at different times throughout the day

 

Mickey presents “Happy Anniversary Disneyland® Paris” and The Starlit Princess Waltz take place in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle; “a unique location because this alone symbolises Disneyland® Park”, Emmanuel Lenormand explains.

In accordance with the show schedule, guests will therefore be able to enjoy two shows, both as magical as each other, in the same location throughout this 25th Anniversary year.

Europe’s number one tourist destination, Disneyland Paris has welcomed more than 300 million visits since opening in 1992 (13.4 million visits in 2016). The resort boasts two spectacular theme parks (Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park) and seven themed Disney hotels with 5,800 rooms (more than 2,700 rooms are available in Selected and Associated Hotels).  Two full-service convention centers and a world-class 27-hole golf course are also present. In addition to this, the destination is home to Disney Village – one of the largest entertainment complexes in the Ile-de-France region.  Spread over more than 30,000m², Disney Village proposes themed dining, shopping and cinema experiences.  Disneyland Paris comprises 59 attractions, 63 shops, and 55 restaurants.

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Fireworks, parades, certain shows and festivals are on selected dates and are subject to weather conditions and changes. Attractions, entertainment, shows, shops and restaurants may be closed, modified, delayed or cancelled without prior notice. For any additional information, please contact us.

 

See the Parks Programme for schedules and frequencies

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