VIDEO: Disney Electrical Sky Parade Debuts Smoke and Pyrotechnics Fired from Drones at Disneyland Paris

Brit Tuttle

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VIDEO: Disney Electrical Sky Parade Debuts Smoke and Pyrotechnics Fired from Drones at Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris has debuted their new drone show, Disney Electrical Sky Parade as part of their Disney Symphony of Colors celebration. The new show features not only drones that light up the sky, but also shoot out smoke and pyrotechnics.

Disney Electrical Sky Parade

Videos were shared of the new show by Disneyland Paris President Natacha Rafalski, as well as DLP Report on Twitter.

In Rafalski’s video, you can see drones make various shapes, including the Blue Fairy, Casey Jr., Cinderella’s pumpkin carriage, swans, Pete’s Dragon, and the Jolly Roger from “Peter Pan.”

DLP Report shared exciting photos of the new drone show via X (formerly Twitter), including this look at Casey Jr. soaring over Sleeping Beauty Castle.

In this video, the Blue Fairy drone formation shoots out pyrotechnics to the show’s score, which is inspired by the “Main Street Electrical Parade” and its song “Baroque Hoedown.”

At one point in the show, the drones literally form the words “Disney Electrical Sky Parade.”

In this video from DLP Report, you can see that drones forming the Jolly Roger are actually shooting out fireworks and smoke below.

Another section of the show includes the drones forming Cinderella’s iconic pumpkin carriage.

One unit of the show includes Pete’s Dragon, which features drones that smoke for the character’s nose.

During the show, a variety of pixel and neon art is projected onto Sleeping Beauty Castle.

Watch the full show:

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