Disneyland Paris celebrated the spooky season last night with a special, one-night-only Halloween Party filled with parades, Disney Villains, and even a few surprises.
This year’s event kicked off with a spooktacular parade called “Mickey’s Halloween Celebration.” The parade even featured a special float for Mickey’s 90th anniversary titled “Mickey’s Illusion Manor.”
In addition to the classic characters of Mickey and friends, the parade also featured a huge lineup of Disney Villains.
Over in Adventure Isle, things got a little scarier and edgier, with the park’s first attempt at a “scare zone”. Called “Spooky Encounters Ashore,” this scare zone brought long-dead pirates back to life to pillage and plunder on Halloween night.
Guests could even see the famous Skull Rock come to life in a most haunting new way.
Over in Frontierland, guests could wet their whistle at the pop-up bar, and take in a projection mapping show on Big Thunder Mountain itself!
Discoveryland also had a pop-up bar open for guests, as well as Buzz Lightyear in the DJ booth, spinning tunes all night long. The land also featured unique encounters with roaming robotic characters.
A party isn’t a party without music and dancing, and guests could dance until they dropped with characters on stilts in Discoveryland by Star Tours: The Adventures Continue.
The Halloween Party also included live entertainment, with a show on the Castle Stage titled “Rock on with the Disney Villains.”
You can check out the full show below:
Another live entertainment offering was the stage show “Big Hero 6: Yokai’s Revenge” at Videopolis in Discoveryland.
This stage show featured Hiro, Baymax, and the rest of the Big Hero 6 gang as they take on Yokai, the main antagonist from the film.
You can watch the full show below:
For fans of Disney Channel’s Descendants, there was even a sing-along, complete with live actors on stage.
With that, another Halloween is in the books for Disneyland Paris, who only hosts one party a year – unlike its U.S. counterparts.
To learn more about seasonal offerings at Disneyland Paris, visit DisneylandParis.com/en-int.