As part of the ongoing celebration of Mickey Mouse’s 90th birthday this year, Disneyland Paris has announced it will be hosting the World’s Biggest Mouse Party from October to December. This event will coincide with holiday offerings, new attractions, and more.
- This October, Mickey’s Philharmagic (or Mickey and his PhilharMagique Orchestra) will make its grand debut at Disneyland Paris. The 3D — nay — 4D adventure invites guests on a musical and visual journey through the Disney Animated Classics.
- Just in time for the spooky season. Mickey’s Halloween Celebration Cavalcade will return to Disneyland Paris and will include a brand new float featuring the Big Cheese. Meanwhile, the Disney Villains will be taking over the Castle Stage. These offerings will continue through November 4th.
- Later in the year, Disney Enchanted Christmas will return, including the nighttime spectacular Goofy’s Incredible Christmas, which will illuminate the Hollywood Tower Hotel. Additionally, Mickey’s Christmas Big Band will get guests swinging with lots of new costumes.
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- Also in October, the Disneyland Paris classic Phantom Manor is set to reopen following a major refurbishment. Upon its reopening, the Manor will feature new special effects, scenery, and perhaps some story elements, as Tom Fitzgerald recently revealed:
- Next week, the Walt Disney Studios Park at Disneyland Paris will host the first-ever FanDaze event, featuring dozens of your favorite characters. Stay tunes to Laughing Place for more coverage of these exciting event.
- Also coming to the Walt Disney Studios Park is another special event — this one celebrating all things jazz. Disney Loves Jazz, Soiree of Jazz will take place on September 29th and tickets are now available.
- Finally, in some fun news, Disneyland Paris recently launched a new online platform for startups called The Castle Hub. To mark the debut, the resort invited some startups to give their ultimate elevator pitch… while riding Tower of Terror. You’ll have to watch the video for more.