Disneyland Paris announced today the star studded line-up for ELECTROLAND – a three-day electronic music festival – which returns for its third year on 5, 6 & 7 July 2019
Attracting more than 16,000 music fans last Summer, Electroland returns to Disneyland Paris for its third year in July 2019. This year’s electronic music festival offers three full days of entertainment – a mix of music and magic. This year’s theme – inspired by The Lion King and Jungle Festival – features some roaring DJ sets that invite guests to enter the jungle with Steve Aoki, Alesso, Armin Van Buuren and many more.
Three amazing nights with massive DJs at Walt Disney Studios
Friday 5 July
The festival starts big on opening night with the return of Steve Aoki. The DJ and Grammy-nominated American producer thrilled guests at the first-ever Electroland in 2017, and now he’s back with a hypnotic new show! He will join forces with Australian sisters NERVO, famous for their collaborations with Afrojack, Kylie Minogue, Ke$ha, Miley Cyrus and many more. They’ll be joined by Dutch group Showtek and Belgian DJ The Magician.
Saturday 6 July
The party starts up again the next day with Alesso, one of the world’s most influential DJs, producer and all-around entertainer. Alesso is always highly in demand at the world’s biggest festivals and will get the place jumping in front of the Hollywood Tower Hotel. One of the most influential Dutch performers of his time, Nicky Romero will also wow the crowds at Walt Disney Studios Park. Spanish DJ B Jones – often spinning the decks in Ibiza – and British DJ Jax Jones are also promising an unforgettable show.
Sunday 7 July
The last night in the jungle at Disneyland Paris will be hosted by record-breaking five-time Best DJ in the World Armin Van Buuren! He’ll be joined on the last night of Electroland by French DJ Feder, Dutchman Fedde Le Grand and deep house diva Nora En Pure.
Attractions and entertainment all night long
Electroland is more than just an electro festival as guests will also get to explore and ride key attractions such as Rock ’n’ Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith, Crush’s Coaster, Ratatouille: The Adventure and The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.
After sunset, the iconic Hollywood Tower Hotel will come to life with electro mixes, video projections, light shows, big screens and state of the art special effects for three unique evenings of entertainment!
“Electroland is an event for people who adore music and Disney. It’s a high-class music festival with the best DJs providing the dream soundtrack. Electroland is one of a series of extremely successful live events like Magic Run Weekend, Disney Loves Jazz and the upcoming new Magical Pride, all offering our guests a chance to experience Disneyland Paris like never before”, said Gustavo Branger, Vice President, Disneyland Paris Events Group.
Guests can book now at electroland.disneylandparis.com
About Live Events by Disneyland Paris
Live Events by Disneyland Paris creates a diversified portfolio of spectacular events, connecting our franchises and seasons with our guests and their passions: music, sports and more. Our team combines the power of Disney storytelling with the unique assets of a world-class resort destination, to bring unexpected, innovative and immersive experiences to life. Each event generates strong emotions and everlasting memories for multiple audiences, strengthening Disneyland Paris Event Group’s wide offer.
About Disneyland Paris
Euro Disney Associés S.A.S, operating company of Disneyland Paris has 16,000 employees, 500 professions, 20 spoken languages and 121 nationalities. Disneyland Paris is the number one single-site employer in France and the largest private employer in the department of Seine-et-Marne. The Resort includes Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, six Disney Hotels and two Disney Nature Resorts with a total capacity of more than 5,800 rooms, two convention centers, the entertainment center Disney Village and a 27-hole golf course. In addition, the company manages the real estate development operating segment of a 2,230-hectare site, approximately 50% of which is yet to be developed.