During the Disneyland Paris 30th anniversary celebrations, Disney has introduced a new show - called Disney D-Light - to go alongside their nighttime spectacular, Disney Illuminations. The new show uses 200 drones to light up the sky behind the castle. A pre-show happens before Disney Illuminations. with projections on the castle, finishing with the drones sparkling in from nowhere and appearing above the castle.
It was a packed evening on the first night. There were many, many guests waiting to see this new show. When the projections ended and the drones came alive, I've never seen a crowd be brought to silence like this. I quickly looked around and everyone just stood with their eyes wide open staring up above the castle at the big "30" in the sky. After a couple of minutes, the lights dip and Disney Illuminations takes over. After Disney Illuminations, the drones come back out!
While drones are nothing new, I always applaud when Disney take technology and increases the magic in the parks. This is something new that I've never witnessed in a Disney Park before, and it really adds to the overall nighttime spectacular offering as a whole. Once you get the "Un Monde Qui S'illumine" song in your head, you'll have an even better time when the drones come out when the song is playing. Disney has given us one more thing to look up into the sky above their castles and stare at in awe. It's a fantastic addition, and I hope that after the 30th anniversary celebrations they incorporate this technology in others ways. Hopefully at Walt Disney World as well!
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