Disneyland Paris’ New Holiday Parade

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Disneyland Paris has made some huge news with the debut of a brand new holiday parade this year!

Why wait until December when you can celebrate the start of the festive season in November? Disneyland Paris will be decked out in the magic of the holidays beginning Nov. 13, and they just shared this exciting look at the must-see, new Christmas parade!

Over the past several years, Disney has been secretly developing an all-new “Mickey’s Dazzling Christmas Parade!” and have finally presented this brand-new parade that will put a sparkle in guests’ eyes this holiday season.

The parade is composed of five gigantic floats, featuring not only Mickey and his friends, but also Disney Princesses and Santa Claus, accompanied by Tinkerbell.

Each of these floats will represent an idyllic Christmas scene with traditional decorations and parade performers dressed in luminous costumes specifically designed for the occasion. Here’s a special look behind the magic of this parade:

With over 200 new costumes produced for the new parade, over four miles of garland, 11,604 ornaments, 78 real trees, a majestic tree 78 feet high weighing 24 tons and more than 37,000 flowers, the entire resort will be ready to welcome guests in enchanting décor.

In addition to this enchanting holiday parade, they will also welcome back the return of fan favorite show, “The Lion King: Rhythms of the Pride Lands” which premiered on Oct. 23 and the nighttime spectacular, “Disney Illuminations,” which will be making its comeback on Dec. 21.


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