Disneyland Paris cancels fireworks, makes operational changes in line with French government restrictions


Disneyland Paris announced operational changes that will take effect on January 3 to comply with French government guidelines, including the suspension of fireworks shows.

What is happening:

  • France is trying to slow the spread of the highly contagious Omicron variant with requirements including face coverings in outdoor spaces and limiting outdoor gatherings to 5,000 people.
  • As a result, Disneyland Paris has announced certain operational changes in line with these guidelines, including the suspension of performances of the night fireworks show, Disney illuminations.
  • Starting January 3, the following customer experiences will change for at least three weeks:
    • Disney illuminations will be suspended
    • Frozen: a musical invitation the show at Animation Celebration will be temporarily replaced by Selfie Spots featuring frozen characters
    • Bars at Disney Village and Disney hotels will continue to operate with patrons seated only at tables
  • Both Disneyland Paris Resort theme parks will continue to operate attractions as usual.
  • Despite the cancellation of the fireworks, where guests congregate in large droves, parades will still be held, where guests congregate in smaller numbers along a parade route.