Disneyland Paris is home to many shows and attractions. One of the latest additions is called Disney D-Light. This nighttime show was created especially for the thirtieth anniversary of the resort, and I promise you, it’s nothing like you have seen before!
What is Disney D-Light?
Disney D-Light is a nighttime show that was created especially for the thirtieth anniversary of Disneyland Paris. It is an amazing show that features stunning visuals and music. But the main draw are the 200 drones that will fly above the castle! These drones are specially designed to create different shapes and patterns in the sky. And they look absolutely amazing!
When I first heard about a drone show, I didn’t know what to expect. But after seeing it, I can say that it is definitely worth checking out. The drones are so fascinating to watch, and the whole show is very well done.
Be prepared to be surprised because the drones show up pretty unexpectedly. The first time I saw them, they completely took my breath away, and I wasn’t the only one, as most people around me were also gasping in amazement.
When does Disney D-Light take place?
If you want a good spot for the show, I recommend getting there at least 30 minutes early. The best place to watch it is near the castle, but it can be quite crowded, so getting there early is key. You can stay in that spot for Disney Illuminations as well, which takes place after Disney D-Light.
Good to know!
- Disney D-Light takes place every night in Disneyland Park 10 minutes before closing time.
- Disney Illuminations – the other nighttime show – will start right after.
- Try to be in Disneyland Park at least an hour before show time to avoid crowds at the gates.
- You need a valid ticket and a park reservation to enter the parks (if you are not staying in a Disney Hotel).
- Bad weather may have an impact on the show, so always check the schedule beforehand.
- The show’s song – called Un monde qui s’illumine – will get stuck in your head :).
- Disney D-Light has been created for the 30th anniversary of the resort, which ends in September 2023. If you don’t want to miss it, make sure to visit Disneyland Paris before then!