Disneyland Paris has announced the return of the Disney Dreams! nighttime spectacular as part of the 30th anniversary grand finale celebrations.
The show will return on April 12 for nightly performances at Disneyland Paris, following Disney D-Light. No end date for the show has been announced. The 30th anniversary offerings will end on September 30, but it is unknown if Disney Dreams! will be included in those closures.
Disney Dreams! received one of the highest satisfaction rates since the opening of the resort in 1992. It launched in 2012, using what was then groundbreaking technology, including the “Second Star” laser installed in the castle. It was replaced by Disney Illuminations in 2017.
The official description of the show reads, “Guided by Peter Pan’s shadow, guests will discover or rediscover some of the greatest Disney stories projected on Sleeping Beauty Castle during an extraordinary journey featuring iconic songs from Disney and Pixar fan favorites Beauty and the Beast, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Lion King, Tangled, and many others.”
The 2023 version of “Disney Dreams!” will see the rooftops of Sleeping Beauty Castle decked out with LED technology that lights up in sync with the show’s soundtrack. An additional upgrade to the show’s technical equipment includes the installation of energy-efficient laser video projectors, which will make it possible to reduce energy use by 50%.
Watch the announcement video for the return of Disney Dreams! below.
A new “Avengers: Power the Night” drone show was also announced for Walt Disney Studios Park as part of the 30th anniversary grand finale celebrations.