Disneyland Paris Resort is bringing back Mickey’s Magical Fireworks to Disneyland Park for a few evenings, and when it returns, the Park will have some operational changes.
Mickey’s Magical Fireworks returns tonight and will be available for Guests to view at Disneyland Park. This is a change from the Lake Disney viewing spot, which Guests will surely find exciting as it will be the first time that fireworks are shot over Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant (Sleeping Beauty Castle) in over 18 months, due to the pandemic.
At the moment, Mickey’s Magical Fireworks are set to return this evening on November 2, as well as November 4 and November 9. The show will begin at 9:00 p.m. CET on each night, and in order to do so, multiple lands in Disneyland Park will close hours early.
DLP Report (@DLPReport) took to Twitter to remind Guests the both Fantasyland and Adventureland would be closing at 7:00 p.m. CET. Main Street, Frontierland, and Discoveryland, however, will remain unaffected and open until Park close.
Note that Fantasyland and Adventureland will close at 7pm tonight in anticipation of “Mickey’s Magical Fireworks” at 9pm. Main Street, Frontierland and Discoveryland will remain open.
🕖 Note that Fantasyland and Adventureland will close at 7pm tonight in anticipation of “Mickey’s Magical Fireworks” at 9pm.
Main Street, Frontierland and Discoveryland will remain open. pic.twitter.com/mcNsXOGrNO
— DLP Report (@DLPReport) November 2, 2021
Starting on December 21, Disney Illuminations nighttime spectacular will return. As Disneyland Paris gears up for its 30th anniversary celebrations, Sleeping Beauty Castle has been receiving a refurbishment. The castle has revealed a lot of the newly completed color scheme with scrim being removed, so it will be exciting for Guests to see that castle in action this evening.
In 2019, Mickey’s Magical Fireworks and Bonfire took place over Lake Disney; you can see below if you want to check out the show!
Interestingly enough, the Disneyland Paris site still notes the event as canceled, even though it is being said to go ahead.
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