Update 27.01.23: The upcoming Walt Disney Studios Park nighttime spectacular “Avengers: Power The Night” will not be performed on March 8, 15, 17 and 27 as well as April 22.
Disneyland Paris has announced a new Marvel drone show “Avengers: Power the Night” which will premiere at Walt Disney studios park in Paris on January 28th, 2023.
The Disneyland Paris exclusive is the first nighttime drone show (to be performed daily) dedicated to Marvel Super Heroes.
“Avengers: Power the Night” will combine music, lights, pyrotechnic effects, laser video projection on the “Tower of Terror” and up to 500 drones. The drones will form a series of icons representing the powers of various Marvel Super Heroes. Captain America, Captain Marvel, Scarlet Witch and Shang-Chi will all be featured in the show.
A new soundtrack for the show, comprised of some of the most iconic Marvel scores, has been specially reorchestrated with a symphony composed of more than 70 musicians at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London.
To continually push beyond the boundaries of innovation, the laser video projectors that are used for this show boast energy-efficient technology while delivering high-quality images.
Disneyland Paris collaborated with the Bordeaux-based company Dronisos, who is also involved in the creation of “Disney D-Light.”
Disneyland Paris Cast Members – including show directors, special effect designers, lighting and motion designers – have combined their expertise to develop “Avengers: Power the Night” which will run until May 8th, 2023.
As part of the 30th Anniversary grand finale Disneyland Paris also announced the return of the nighttime spectacular “Disney Dreams!”.
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