To celebrate 90 years of Mickey, Disneyland Paris is organising a huge birthday bash with a very special programme. The kick-off whistle for this “Mickey 90 Mouse Party” will be blown on 1st October, with a new Halloween season that will put the spotlight on the most famous mouse in the history of animation.
This year, Halloween promises to be a wickedly wonderful party and will also celebrate Mickey himself. He will steal the show with a brand-new float designed especially for him in the mini Halloween parade, a new attraction called “Mickey and his PhilharMagic Orchestra” will make its appearance at Discoveryland, and of course Halloween wouldn’t be the same without the “Disney Villains”.
This year’s celebrations include the most eagerly awaited parade of the season, Mickey’s Halloween Cavaclade, which is back with a brand new float called “Mickey’s Illusion Manor”. The float will celebrate 90 years of magic with disappearances and apparitions from Mickey as well as appearances from some strange zombies and the three pranksters Huey, Dewey and Louie. And as usual, the most famous Disney Villians will be roaming about the park ready to meet and take photos with the guests. The Villians will also be hosting their show “It’s Good to be Bad with the Disney Villains!” at the Castle Theatre where the audience will be joined by the likes of Cruella DeVille, Captain Hook, the Queen of Hearts, Gaston and many other malicious villians.
On top of all these Halloween celebrations, the “Mickey 90 Mouse Party” will mark the arrival of a brand-new attraction: “Mickey and his PhilharMagic Orchestra”, a 4D experience at the Discoveryland Theatre. Once seated guests will be cast into the very heart of some of the greatest Disney classics such as Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, and The Lion King, with new misadventures caused by the out-of-control Donald Duck. It will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have fun with Disney’s most popular songs and to celebrate 90 years of Mickey in style. “Mickey and his PhilharMagic Orchestra” will remain open after the Halloween season which takes place from 1st October to 4th November 2018.