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Disney Illuminations

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Disney Illuminations
Disneyland Park (Paris)
Soft opening date25 March 2017
Opening date26 March 2017
ReplacedDisney Dreams!
General statistics
Attraction typeMultimedia, water, pyrotechnic show
DesignerWalt Disney Creative Entertainment
ThemeDisney's animated and live-action films
MusicMark Hammond ("Disney Illuminations") Rick McKee ("Disney D-Light")
Duration20 minutes (Normal version)
30 minutes (Extended version, including drone pre and post-show)
HostMickey Mouse
LanguagesEnglish 50%
French 50%
SponsorPANDORA (2017-present)
Disney+ (2021-present)
Disabled access Wheelchair accessible

Disney Illuminations is a nighttime spectacular at Disneyland Park in Disneyland Paris.[1] It opened on 26 March 2017 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the park and replaced Disney Dreams!. Based on Ignite the Dream, the former nighttime spectacular at Shanghai Disneyland, the show features projection mapping onto the park's castle, fireworks, water fountains, fire, music, lasers, searchlights, and other special effects. The music played in the opening and finale of the show is "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes" from Cinderella, and is performed by Heather Headley.

Following the show's initial temporary suspension in 12 March 2020 (due to the park's closure during the COVID-19 pandemic), the show kicked off the "Disneyland Paris Watch Parties" with a full video.[2] After the park's second reopening in 2021, Disney Illuminations returned on 21 December before getting suspended again on 3 January 2022.[3] The show returned on 16 February, 2 weeks before the launch of the park's 30th anniversary celebrations.


The show starts with a voice-over, inviting all guests to release their inner child and dream:

Within each of us is a dreamer, just waiting to be awakened.
We all have the magic to unlock this inner child.
But sometimes, that inner child needs an invitation to come out and play.
This is your invitation... to dream.


Featured Songs
Music Film/Artist
A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes Cinderella
Circle Of Life The Lion King
Can You Feel The Love Tonight
Part Of Your World The Little Mermaid
Fronds Like These Finding Nemo
The Turtle Lope
He's a Pirate Pirates of the Caribbean
How Does A Moment Last Forever Beauty and the Beast
Star Wars Theme Star Wars
March of the Resistance
Let It Go Frozen
For the First Time in Forever (Reprise)
A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes Cinderella
If You Can Dream Disney Princess


The show is known to use a large amount of audio-visual, lighting, pyrotechnic and hydro-technic technology, mostly installed for the preceding Disney Dreams! show.


The castle is covered with projectors, and uses a much wider area than the previous Disney Dreams!, utilizing the hills around the castle as well as the castle itself.


In a Disney Parks first, choreographed lighted drone technology is used during a new, specially-designed pre-show sequence for the park's 30th anniversary in 2022.[4][5] Called "Disney D-Light", the new sequence uses 150 drones that recreated the Mickey Mouse-shaped 30th Anniversary logo above Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant. "Disney D-Light" is set to an original score and arrangement by Rick McKee that uses themes from Inside Out, Hercules, Moana, and other Disney films, as well as the anniversary's theme song "Un monde qui s'illumine" (written by Chantry Johnson, Noemie Legrand, and Tony Ferrari, and performed by Héloïse). The score was recorded at Abbey Road Studios by The London Symphony Orchestra.

The original version of the pre-show (and post-show called "Afterglow", now folded into the "Disney D-Light" pre-show) debuted ahead of the celebration's launch, on 5 March 2022.

See also


  1. ^ "Disneyland Paris 25th Anniversary deconstructed: Disney Illuminations". DLP Today. October 18, 2016. Retrieved April 17, 2017.
  2. ^ "Disneyland Paris Releases Full "Disney Illuminations" Show on YouTube". The Laughing Place. April 9, 2020. Retrieved July 8, 2020.
  3. ^ "Disneyland® Paris reveals incredible offerings for 2021 Christmas season, with the return of must-see shows and a brand-new Christmas Parade – DisneylandParis News". Retrieved 2022-01-25.
  4. ^ "As of March 6, 2022, Disneyland Paris will celebrate its 30th Anniversary!". Disneyland Paris News. 2022-01-25. Retrieved 2022-01-25.
  5. ^ "Disneyland Paris Announces Disney D-Light Preshow Featuring Drone Choreography". 2022-01-25. Retrieved 2022-01-25.

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