A Disney Park Has Added Drones To Its Nighttime Show, And It’s Incredible

Anyone who has visited a Disney theme park knows there are countless magical sights to see. From real-life Disney princesses to state-of-the-art rides and roller coasters, the parks offer something for almost everyone. Still, the team responsible for keeping things exciting are constantly rolling out new attractions – and the latest one is particularly jaw-dropping. And now a Disney park has integrated drones into its nighttime light show, and the results are spectacular.

Disneyland Paris has seen some big changes lately. From Disney Princess Themed Hotel Updates not so popular go to park menu, there has been a range of responses to updates and upgrades. But the latest new attraction is likely to be a crowd pleaser. Disney D-Light gives visitors a breathtaking glimpse of the park’s 30th anniversary logo floating above Sleeping Beauty’s castle, all thanks to brilliantly placed drones. Check it out in the tweet below:

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Disney Parks has always been innovative when it comes to its nighttime fireworks and fireworks display, so it’s no surprise that the company is using drones to take it to another level. But it’s still so cool to see them displayed like that. The fact that the park’s anniversary logo looks so much like Mickey’s iconic mouse ears is another bonus – it gives the whole show that extra edge.

According to WDW News Todaythere are around 200 drones on display during the presentation, which is a four-minute preshow for the Disney Illuminations Night Show. The drones are also used to create a floating orb with a Mickey Mouse logo later in the program:

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Basically, it looks like the new light show is well worth the after hours at the park (if you like drone magic). What a cool way for Disneyland Paris to commemorate the 30th anniversary – and it’s not the only park with exciting new nighttime attractions, either.

A new show at Epcot premiered last fall, but to mixed reactions. And belated celebrations are well underway for the park’s monumental 50th anniversary, which includes a fireworks that give goosebumps.

It’s safe to say Disney fans love their night shows. Thousands of visitors gather every evening, after spending a long, hot day in the sun, to catch a glimpse of these shows. After parks reopened following COVID-related closures, there was a noticeable increase in park bookings when Disney World has announced it will be bringing back fireworkstoo.

If you can’t make it to Disneyland Paris to catch Disney’s D-Light drone show, you’re probably not alone. But there’s still a lot of cool new Disney World attractions to see, day and night, in 2022.

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