Disneyland Paris is adding some 4D magic to the park with the addition of Mickey’s PhilharMagic.
The 4D, concert-style attraction already exists at Walt Disney World and will make it’s way to Europe this fall.
The ride starts with Donald losing track of Mickey’s sorcerer hat, bringing guests on a journey through many beloved movies as he tries to retrieve it.
A Concert for the Eyes and Ears
Disney magic meets Disney music in this spectacular 12-minute 3D fantasy adventure starring Donald Duck.
Before the Curtain Rises
Stroll beneath a regal marquee and make your way into the Fantasyland Concert Lobby, passing framed posters of performances by classic Disney characters. Upon receiving a pair of “opera glasses,” proceed into the 486-seat Concert Hall, home to a large golden proscenium, and take your seat for the show.
The 3D Concert Experience
As the lights dim, Donald Duck is fast asleep. Mickey Mouse appears with music in hand and wakes Donald before rushing offstage to ready the show. As Donald prepares the orchestra for Mickey, he comes across the conductor’s baton and decides to work a little magic by donning Mickey’s Sorcerer’s Hat. But things get out of control fast and Donald is unexpectedly plunged into a 3D dream world of classic Disney animated musical sequences.
Join Donald Duck on a whirlwind tour of some of the most memorable songs in Disney animation history, including:
- “Be Our Guest” from Beauty and the Beast
- “Part of Your World” from The Little Mermaid
- “I Just Can’t Wait To Be King” from The Lion King
- “You Can Fly” from Peter Pan
- “A Whole New World” from Aladdin
A Whole New World
Be transported to a host of classic Disney settings—presented for the first time in stunning 3D—including:
- Beast’s Dining Hall
- Ariel’s Undersea Grotto
- Simba’s Africa
- Peter Pan’s Nighttime London
- Aladdin’s Agrabah
Photo Gallery of Walt Disney World’s Mickey’s PhilharMagic:
The new attraction will be installed at DLP’s Discoveryland Theatre this fall and guests will be able to embark on the whimsical journey in October.