Disney’s Enchanted Christmas 2014

Disneyland Paris has just released extensive information about their upcoming Disney’s Enchanted Christmas in form of an official Press Release.

After last year’s wonderful Christmas Season at Disneyland Paris, which featured not only wonderful decorations but also exciting new events like the “Christmas Cavalcade Parade” and the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony “Magical Christmas Wishes Show” and of course the brand new Disney Dreams! of Christmas, I was very curious what Disneyland Paris had planned for this year’s Christmas Season.

So, without further ado, here is the official Disneyland Paris Press Release:

Press Release

Disneyland Paris Christmas 2014

The new Princesses are the Christmas stars at Disneyland Paris

– From 9 November 2014 to 7 January 2015 –

Meet Anna and Elsa at Disneyland Paris Christmas 2014

Disneyland Paris will be celebrating Christmas in style with a list of presents and experiences for young and old alike, created as only Disney knows how.

This Christmas will see Merida, the Scottish princess from the film Brave, appear at Disneyland Paris for the very first time. Also, for the first time, guests will be able to meet Anna and Elsa, the sisters from hit Frozen, in person. Children will be spellbound by these encounters and there will be plenty of opportunities to create magical photos and memories to share for Christmas.

Dreams will come true with the chance to meet the legendary stars of Frozen in person for the very first time.

Anna and Elsa will be at the Princess Pavilion in Fantasyland to meet their fans, young and old alike, every day. After catching a sneak peak of them in last year's famous Parade at Disneyland Park, the public will finally be able to interact and pose for pictures with them.

Merida, the Brave Princess from Disney Pixar studios (awarded Best Animated Feature at the 85th Oscars) finally arrives at Disneyland Paris.

Famous for her blazing hair, her strong character, her skill with a bow and arrow and her tendency to turn her family into bears… Merida will move into Disneyland Park for the very first time. Guests will be able to meet her and pose proudly at her side. Another royal meeting not to be missed: the "Disney Princess Promenade" in the surroundings of Sleeping Beauty Castle.

As well as the new heroes that the younger generations will be dreaming of, Christmas at Disneyland Paris is also about the traditional magic of New Year's Eve parties, celebrated with Mickey and Friends for a unique experience full of Disney magic. On the agenda: shows created as only Disneyland Paris knows how, an enormous Christmas tree, frosted decorations, encounters with Disney characters in their party outfits and, of course, Father Christmas! An essential ingredient for Christmas magic: snow falling every day on Main Street, U.S.A.

This year, the theme is decidedly "gourmet", with a parade dreamt up and created especially for Christmas.

Disney heroes will appear in their tastiest costumes ever. Brightly-coloured baked treats, giant candy canes and Mickey-shaped gingerbread men… Disney’s Christmas Parade will delight guests several times a day, with very special appearances from Father Christmas, along with Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Chip and Dale, Donald, Daisy, their adorable nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie and even everyone's favourite fairy: Tinker Bell!

When night falls, the first show that guests absolutely must see will be "Magical Christmas Wishes". The magical illumination of the Christmas tree that stands 24 meters high and is decorated with almost a thousand decorations, each one as delicious as the next.

The cherry on the cake: the night-time show Disney Dreams®! of Christmas. Olaf, the hapless snowman, steps out of Frozen to conduct this fabulous production with its projections, fountains, special effects and fireworks. Disney Dreams! of Christmas invites guests to celebrate festive-season traditions from around the world. To make Christmas absolutely magical, famous characters from the world of Disney will come to life in projections on Sleeping Beauty Castle.


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