Disneyland Paris has announced some operational changes that take effect on January 3rd to comply with French government guidance, including suspending fireworks performances.

What’s Happening:

  • France is trying to slow the spread of the highly contagious Omicron variant with requirements, including face coverings in outdoor areas and limiting outdoor gatherings to 5,000 people.
  • As a result, Disneyland Paris has announced some operational changes that comply with these guidelines, including suspending performances of the nighttime fireworks spectacular, Disney Illuminations.
  • As of January 3rd, the following Guest experiences will be modified for at least three weeks:
    • Disney Illuminations will be suspended
    • Frozen: A Musical Invitation show at Animation Celebration will be temporarily replaced with Selfie Spots featuring Frozen Characters
    • Bars in Disney Village and Disney Hotels will continue to operate with customers seated at tables only
  • Both theme parks at the Disneyland Paris Resort will continue to operate attractions as usual.
  • Despite the cancellation of fireworks shows, where Guests huddle together in a large mass, parades will still be performed, where Guests group in smaller numbers along a parade route.
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