Disneyland Paris has announced that as part of the grand finale of its 30th Anniversary celebration, the iconic “Disney Dreams!” nighttime spectacular will return to Disneyland Park. The 30th Anniversary celebrations can be enjoyed at Disneyland Paris until September 30th, 2023.
“Disney Dreams!” consistently received one of the highest guest satisfaction ratings during its runtime. Making it one of Disneyland Paris best received nighttime spectaculars since the opening of the resort on April 12th, 1992.
The 2023 version, which will be presented each night after the “Disney D-Light” drone show, will utilize the new LED matrix rooftops of Sleeping Beauty castle. Additionally, the show’s technical equipment has received several upgrades including energy-efficient laser cinema projectors, which use 50% less energy while delivering brighter images.
Guided by Peter Pan’s shadow, park goers are going to discover (or rediscover) iconic Disney stories. “Disney Dreams!” features iconic songs from Disney and Pixar fan favorites “Beauty and the Beast”, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”, “The Lion King”, “Tangled”, and more.
The nighttime spectacular, which ran from 2012–2017 in Disneyland Park Paris, was a projection mapping pioneer. By mapping Sleeping Beauty Castle it utilized projection technology to create the illusion of rotating and swinging castle towers. Combining multiple technology’s including lasers, fountains, and pyrotechnic effects the 2023 version will return to Disneyland park on April 12th, 2023.
As part of the 30th Anniversary finale Disneyland Paris also announced a new Marvel Drone Show in Walt Disney Studios Park.
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