Ribbon cuts, parade cancellations, and big announcements have sent waves through this Disney Park over the last year.
The top tourist attraction in Europe—Disneyland Paris—has been a-Buzz with Cast Member strikes, bake shop launches, and plenty of Park additions since its 30th Anniversary Celebration began. With Park expansions like the Avengers Campus in Walt Disney Studios Park and the gates opening to an all-new Frozen-themed Arendelle in 2024, Disneyland Paris has been at the center of seismic Disney shifts.
While some of these updates were revealed at the Disneyland Paris 30 Grand Finale Gala and Conference, one performance that was teased at the event was just confirmed by DLPReport.
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Starting in the summer of 2023 as a grand finale to the Disneyland Paris 30th Anniversary Celebration, Woody, Buzz, Jessie, and friends will grace the stage in an immersive experience (and a Disney dream): “Together: A Pixar Musical Adventure.”
Picture an All-New Pixar Experience
Home to popular attractions like “Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy,” Disneyland Paris also packs a lot of pride into live performances. Disney Guests rave about shows like: “The Lion King: Rhythm of the Pride Lands,” “Dream… and Shine Brighter!,” “Frozen: A Musical Invitation,” “Mickey The Magician,” and “Disney D-Light.”
There might be a new show sheriff in town on July 8, 2023, when “Together: A Pixar Musical Adventure” premieres for the press. The show’s logo and concept art were revealed while details are still tucked behind Disney’s curtain until an official release date is announced.
The sneak preview features the iconic Pixar Luxo Ball and sheet music scrolls and captures appearances from Toy Story’s (1995) Woody, Buzz, and Jessie. Additional Disney characters like Sulley, Mike Wazowski, and Boo from Monsters, Inc. (2001) will also take the stage according to the concept art.
Said to combine lighting, household music, and stunning effects, the show designed specifically for Disneyland Paris will replace “Marvel Super Heroes United,” formerly “Cinemagique.”
“Together: A Pixar Musical Adventure” won’t be limited to a stage performance—character meet-and-greets and photo ops in the Park will accompany the show.
It’s safe to bet more details will be revealed as the press performance gets closer, but in the meantime, we can anticipate the show “Together.”