Disney puts on the best live shows! Not only that, but select Disney locations feature exclusive shows. Check them all out here.
“Mickey and the Magician”
Featuring Mickey as you’ve never seen him before, he attempts to become a magician. Of course, Mickey does this with the help from his Disney friends Genie from “Aladdin,” Lumière from “Beauty and the Beast,” and Elsa from “Frozen.”
“Mickey and the Magician” is a visual and musical spectacle. Full of spellbinding illusions and special effects, this wonderful show will take your breath away. This and the following shows can all be found only at Disneyland Paris.
“Frozen: A Musical Invitation”
Join Anna, Kristoff and the people of Arendelle in surprising Elsa! From a cozy barn in Arendelle to the royal Ice Palace, “Frozen: A Musical Invitation” is a beautiful immersion of the animated movie.
This heartwarming adventure encourages the whole family to sing and dance along to classic Frozen songs. Sing along to “Reindeers are Better than People,” “Love is An Open Door,” and “Let It Go.”
“Dream and Shine Brighter”
This daytime show runs during Disneyland Paris’ 30th Anniversary transforming Central Plaza into a colorful extravaganza. “Dream and Shine Brighter” features more than 30 dancers and Disney Characters, new floats, two new unforgettable songs.
While happily celebrating during the main scenes, smile and laugh louder, open your heart, and believe in your dreams, it’s also the perfect chance to catch Mickey and Friends in their iridescent 30th Anniversary costumes.
“The Lion King: Rhythm of the Pride Lands”
Inspired by the Lion King film, “The Lion King: Rhythm of the Pride Lands” was created especially for Disneyland Paris. From stunning choreography to original costumes, this one-of-a-kind experience shares the adventures of Simba, Nala, Rafiki, Timon, and Pumbaa.
Here, you’ll experience song, dance, acrobatics, and percussion, on a unique theater stage equipped with impressive 360° audio technology.
For the first time at a Disney park, “Disney D-Light” features 150 synchronized drones soaring above Sleeping Beauty Castle. Also, form the resort’s 30th Anniversary logo before the nighttime spectacular “Disney Illuminations.”
This iconic celebration was no easy feat bringing to life. It required 8 months of production, 66 musicians at Abbey Road Studios in London to create and produce the music, 42 fountains, 12 video projectors, 3D mapping, and a new pyrotechnique design.
“The Disney Junior Dream Factory”
Join your favorite Disney Junior heroes for a state-of-the-art show at Walt Disney Studios Park. Here, families sing along to catchy tunes with Mickey, Minnie and Timon, Vampirina and Fancy Nancy Clancy. “Disney Junior Dream Factory.”
This show is presented every weekend with actors specializing in “chansigne” – a form of artistic expression in sign language.
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