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All Outdoor Shows & Parades Suspended, Capacity Limited at Indoor Venues & Attractions at Disneyland Paris Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Related Government Regulations

Yesterday, we shared that Disney Illuminations and Star Wars: A Galactic Celebration are suspended at Disneyland Paris until further notice. It seems this blanket actually applies to all outdoor shows, including the Disney Stars on Parade show, according to OutsidEars.

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OutsidEars reported today that all outdoor shows, not just the nighttime spectaculars, are cancelled. Only venues and entertainment where capacity can be limited will continue operation. The following shows will still be presented:

  • Frozen: A Musical Invitation
  • Mickey & the Magician
  • Moteurs… Action! Stunt Show Spectacular
Additionally, DLP Report today reported that other locations where capacity may be adjusted, such as attractions, shops, restaurants, and Studio 1 will continue operations with capacity adjusted as necessary. Also, non-face character meet-and-greets and Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show are still operating. This information reportedly comes from City Hall at Disneyland Paris.

Other recent cancellations include the “Disneyland Park Adventures” Annual Passholder event that was slated to take place this Friday.

This announcement comes on the heels of two more Cast Members being confirmed as having the virus.

Due to rising concerns over transmission of the virus, France has established a temporary ban on gatherings of more than 1,000 people in a confined space. Disneyland Paris has yet to comment directly on the ban. New safety precautions were laid out for various entertainment venues and restaurants, as well as changes to attractions, like the suspension of Single Rider queues.

We’ll keep our eyes on developments here in Paris as well as in Tokyo, Shanghai, and Hong Kong regarding the COVID-19 outbreak’s effect on Disney Parks operations.

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  1. Are Disney going to offer refunds to customers? removing attractions is going to spoil a once in a lifetime experience. Costs lots of money and means travelling through “the next” worst effected European country to get there. Don’t want to be quarantined for 2 weeks inFrance either!

    1. I hope Disney change their refund policies. We have tickets for Disneyworld in Florida in a few weeks. I called Disney and asked for a refund due to Covid 19 and they politely refused. They went “The parks are open , Sir”. So, if they refuse to refund whole tickets to Europeans who can’t even reach the US after Trump’s ban of incoming tourism from Europe, I doubt they intend to refund you even partially. However, I honestly wish you good luck!

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