Disneyland Paris has kicked off its new program, called Disney Symphony of Colours, with the introduction of a new nightly drone show. From 8 January until 30 September 2024, visitors will be able to enjoy the Disney Electrical Sky Parade every night at the Sleeping Beauty Castle. The new show is a tribute to the mythical Main Street Electrical Parade that was on show between 1992 and 2003, giving visitors a chance to go back to their childhood and live a nostalgic experience.
Thanks to a combination of synchronised drones, video projections, lights and fountains, the Disney Electrical Sky Parade makes for a colourful and surprising experience. With over 500 drones up in the air each night, images of renowned Disney-characters such as Mickey Mouse, Elliott the dragon and Cinderella in her famous pumkin carriage are drawn into the sky. The whole spectacle takes place on the tunes of a newly composed electro-syntho-magnetic music track.
For the show, Disney worked together with Dronisos, the official technology supplier of Disneyland Paris and drone shows expert with headquarters in France, the United States and the Middle East. The two companies have worked together on multiple occasions, including for the Disney D-Light and Avengers: Power the Night show.
The Disney Electrical Sky Parade is part of the new Disney Symphony of Colours program, which consists of a total of three new experiences. Starting from 10 February, visitors will be able to attend the A Million Splashes of Colour musical experience. The show celebrates both the Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios production with multiple characters and thirty dancers on stage. The musical will be performed multiple times a day, making sure all visitors can get a taste of the experience.
The third part of the Symphony of Colours is located on Main Street, USA, near the entrance of Disneyland Paris. This part of the park will feature new colourful decorations from 10 February, an experience called Blooming in Colours: a journey into fairy worlds.
Meanwhile, the 5-star hotel of Disneyland Paris will reopen its doors to guests from 25 January onwards. The hotel focuses especially on children, with multiple acts and characters assuring them of an immersive stay at Disneyland.