As Disneyland Paris celebrates its 30th Anniversary Grand Finale until September 30, 2023, the resort will soon be part of a unique light festival for the very first time in Scandinavia.

From February 3-26, the sixth annual Copenhagen Light Festival will enchant visitors with outdoor light art, made even more special as the city was named the 2023 World Capital of Architecture by UNESCO. On this occasion, Disneyland Paris has designed an enchanting, illuminated rendez-vous that celebrates the spirit of the 30th Anniversary Grand Finale.

In collaboration with the festival organization, Disneyland Paris has imagined a first-ever exclusive mapping projection that will allow Danes to take an active part in the magic!

From February 1st and until the end of the festival, Danes will be able to share their pictures on a dedicated platform at cphlightsmagic.dk. Each night, following a fun video dance tutorial with Mickey, Donald and the Disneyland Paris Ambassadors, a unique mosaic will display these pictures… with a unique Disney twist. 

For three weeks, this show will light up the historical building of Nordatlantens Brygge, surrounding the beloved family ice-rink of Broens Skøjtebane in Christianshavn.

This collaboration will enhance yet again the strong bond between Denmark and France, where one of the oldest Festival of Lights in the world takes place each year in Lyon. Disneyland Paris continues to create magical local experiences for Danes, who visit the Place Where Dreams Come True more and more every year.

In addition this magical performance, Festival visitors will also have the chance to enter a competition to win an unforgettable family stay during the Disneyland Paris 30th Anniversary Grand Finale.

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