With the premiere of Disney Electrical Sky Parade, as part of Disney Symphony of Colours, Disneyland Paris and Dronisos – Official Technological Provider of Disneyland Paris – reimagine the iconic Main Street Electrical Parade that enchanted guests for more than 10 years starting in 1992. In a completely revamped nighttime version, 500 drones will soar above Sleeping Beauty Castle to recreate scenes from the original parade such as Dumbo’s train with Mickey and Friends, Peter Pan and Elliott the adorable dragon.
Following in the footsteps of recent nighttime productions with Dronisos in the park – including Disney D-Light, Avengers: Power the Night, and the Bastille Day fireworks show on July 14, 2023 – this new enchanting show will bring magic, colors, and lights to Disneyland Paris!
Completely reinventing the genre, Disneyland Paris and Dronisos are redefining nighttime entertainment, inviting dreamers and magic enthusiasts to join them every evening!
Dronisos is a drone entertainment company specializing in the creation of indoor and outdoor shows using autonomous drones. With its headquarters in Bordeaux, France, Dronisos has regional offices in Orlando, USA; Dubai, UAE; and London, UK. Since its inception in 2016, Dronisos has performed over 50,000 drone flights in over 25 countries around the world. The company provides drone entertainment at major events and theme parks around the world. Currently, operating daily drone shows at theme parks in Europe and the USA, Dronisos installations can also be found in museums, circuses, musicals and cruise ships worldwide.
About Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Paris first opened its doors in April 1992 and has grown with its guests to become Europe’s number one tourist destination. Today, it is a multi-day resort offering two world-class theme parks, seven themed Disney hotels, the Disney Village® entertainment complex and Europe’s largest integrated corporate events venue. Disneyland Paris is the largest private employer in the department of Seine-et-Marne, with more than 500 different jobs and 124 nationalities represented.