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Disneyland Paris Pride Tickets on Sale Soon!

Disney’s one and only official Pride event is returning after a two-year absence due to the pandemic, and tickets are going on sale very soon!

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Disneyland Paris held their inaugural Pride festival back in 2019 (then titled Magical Pride: Celebrating Diversity), the one-night-only event included character meet and greets, an exclusive parade, and entertainment from prominent LGBTQ+ artists like Boy George and Olly Alexander.

The official artwork of Disneyland Paris Pride

The festival will return under the new name: Disneyland Paris Pride: A Magical Celebration of Diversity. It was originally scheduled to be held inside Disneyland Paris Park itself with Sleeping Beauty Castle as a feature, but it has been moved to its original location at Walt Disney Studios Park, next door. This is possibly due to construction in the flagship park.

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Once again, the event will be an exclusive ticketed event taking place from 8pm to 2am on June 11th 2022. It will feature a fabulous parade, live performances from popular artists, and character meet and greets. The park’s attractions will also be open for guests late into the night, including the popular Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy and The Twilight Zone Tower of TerrorA New Dimension of Chills.

Tickets will be going on sale on February 8th.

We have some words of advice when purchasing event tickets, so you can enjoy your night without making any mistakes:

You will still need to purchase a SEPARATE entrance ticket to Walt Disney Studios Park ALONGSIDE your ticket to Disneyland Paris Pride.

And don’t be confused by the Pride event’s name because you will NOT need an entrance ticket to Disneyland Paris Park, though we do recommend purchasing a park hopper ticket since the flagship park has far more attractions.

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