Disneyland Paris Star Wars Projection Show

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Published on January 15, 2017 at 3:00 am with No Comments

It’s “Season of the Force” at Disneyland Paris and there’s a wonderful new nighttime spectacular at the Walt Disney Studios Park which opens TODAY. Of course, we have photos and video for you from the press event. Let’s jump to hyperspace.










This nighttime show offers a unique experience for visitors to Disneyland Paris and is an homage to the technological prowess of everyone’s favorite saga.




This is a stunning spectacular with beautiful digital maping, superior sound quality, and interactivity with a stage show. There are even some fireworks! It’s quite Unique.







The use of a stage might have seemed like a barrier at first glance. However, it proved to be a bold choice.  It complements the Tower projections and adds an extra layer of excitement which elevates the entire experience.






Although the sound is so loud that it can be heard in Disney Village and the Metro station and the show is only in English, the superior quality of the performance is so strong that visitors will quickly forget any potential negatives. One thing is for certain, this is a trans-generation saga which will make nearly every guest happy!

We invite you to watch the following video and let us know what you think. And, since it’s all in English, would you like to see it at your local park as well?


Thank you for reading folks. If you missed our park update from yesterday, please read it HERE – Disneyland Paris In Transition

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About Max

Maxence "Max" Pinard is a small shareholder of Disneyland Paris, and is the creator and reporter at DLP Welcome, which he founded in June 2009. Max has worked with MiceChat author and Disney and More Editor, Alain Littaye, since 2012 on many MiceChat articles. Max looks forward to continuing where Alain left off by bringing Micechat readers news and beautiful images from Disneyland Paris.

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