Electroland Music Festival Returning to Disneyland Paris In 2019
Following the success of the music festival, Electroland will return to Disneyland Paris again for a third year in 2019. More music, attractions, projections and fireworks have been promised for the event next year.
“Electroland is a unique experience for music lovers and Disneyland Paris fans alike. It’s an opportunity to enjoy a world-class music festival in a one-of-a-kind setting.” Said Gustavo Branger, Vice-President Disney Business Solutions & Special Events at Disneyland Paris.
Held this year over two nights, June 29 and 30 in Walt Disney Studios Park, more than 16,000 guests enjoyed eight world class DJs. In addition to great music, select attractions in the park were open with little or no wait time. On Friday night performers included Henri PFR, Klingande, and Bob Sinclair. Star-Lord and Gamora surprised Robin Schulz on stage. The two Guardians performed an extract from the Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Dance Off. The facade of the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror was transformed via projections into Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout! Although the attraction remained the original Twilight Zone version. We know that the attraction will not be changed to the Marvel version that is currently in California even with the major refurbishments coming to the park.
On the second night of Electroland, saxophonist Lovely Laura played alongside her DJ husband, Ben Santiago. Among other songs, Mosimann played a remixed version of it’s a small world to please Disney fans. Afrojack and duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike finished out the night. Even the brothers from Asgard, Thor and Loki, joined the party. Exclusive Electroland logo t-shirts, baseball caps, and pins were available in Legends of Hollywood shop inside Studio 1 at the front of the park.
Electroland has been growing in popularity since it began in 2017. We hope that more performers will be added to the line up for next year’s festival. Will you be taking a trip to Paris to experience Electroland next year?