France Extends Restrictions on Large Gatherings, Disneyland Paris Unlikely to Open Until Mid-July

Two of Disneyland Paris’ long-awaited summer events, Magical Pride and Electroland, have effectively been cancelled in light of new restrictions from the French government, which may also entail a delayed re-opening date for the resort itself.

President Emmanuel Macron has announced that the current lockdown would be extended for at least month, until May 11. The government has also cancelled all summer festivals and events through mid-July, including the popular Solidays music festival and even the Tour de France, both set to take place in late June. Magical Pride 2020 was set to take place on June 6. Electroland was scheduled for July 3 through the 5th, with featured headliners including Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas, and Like Mike.

Disneyland Paris remains closed “until further notice”, with its official re-opening facing inevitable postponement in light of these new regulations, which prohibit large public gatherings until at least mid-July in order to slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ll keep you updated on any further news regarding potential closure extensions and additional regulations affecting Disneyland Paris as they are announced.

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