Disney Dreams! to Return For One Day Exclusively for Disneyland Paris Annual Passholder Party

Matthew Soberman

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Disney Dreams! to Return For One Day Exclusively for Disneyland Paris Annual Passholder Party

Disneyland Paris Annual Passholders will be able to experience Disney Dreams! one more time at an upcoming Passholder event.


The nighttime spectacular will be part of the December 6th party, according to @ED92, a Twitter account focused on Disneyland Paris news.

Disney Dreams! premiered in 2012, as part of the resort’s 20th anniversary. The show featured projection mapping on Sleeping Beauty Castle, as well as fire effects, water fountains, lasers, mist screens, and of course, fireworks. Disney Light Ears, Disneyland Paris’ equivalent to the Glow with the Show Ears, were later introduced and synced up to the show in 2013. Themed to the dreams and fantastic worlds of Disney and Pixar’s animated films, the show starred Peter Pan, or more accurately, his shadow, as it ran through various musical numbers from Disney films. Along the way, such Disney classics like “Be Our Guest,” “I Just Can’t Wait to be King,” and “I See The Light,” could be heard and experienced. An incarnation of the show can be experienced below (please note that the show contains both English and French dialogue and lyrics):

The show closed on March 24, 2017, to make way for its replacement, Disney Illuminations (which has no relation to the long-running Epcot nighttime show), which officially opened two days later. In a bit of a twist, the show designed to be part of Disneyland Paris’ 20th anniversary celebration was replaced by a show designed to be part of the resort’s 25th anniversary.

This hasn’t been the first time Disneyland Paris has attempted to bring back a popular attraction in recent months. Back in August, the resort confirmed that CinéMagique, an opening day attraction at Walt Disney Studios Park, would return in the fall, but abruptly cancelled the comeback earlier this month. However, given the low risk of a one-time performance for a select audience (and most of the technology still in place), the return of Disney Dreams! seems far more likely to occur, making it an easy crowd-pleaser for the resort’s most loyal guests.


  • Matthew Soberman

    Matthew has been a writer for WDWNT since June 2018. He probably should have realized he was a Disney Parks fan when he tried to make a model of the Horizons building in middle school shop class. (It didn't go well.) He is also a huge Muppet fan, and can also be found on ToughPigs.com. You can email Matthew at matthew@wdwnt.com.