Disneyland Paris’ upcoming summer events, Electroland and Pride, are to be rescheduled until 2021, the theme park has announced.

The decision to postpone the events is in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus health crisis and with recent government measures made in France.

Disneyland Paris Pride will now betaking place in June 2021 and Electroland has been rescheduled to July 2 – 4, 2021.

Electroland is an electronic music festival that celebrates this genre of music with well-known and upcoming acts within the scene.

Disneyland Paris Pride is an official LGBT pride celebration that is held annually at the theme park. The event traditionally takes place during the first weekend of June.



Designed to help people get through social distancing, Disneyland Paris is sharing free downloads of a digital book.

The book is titled ‘Disneyland Paris Celebrates its Heritage and its Artistic Crafts’ and was distributed during the French Heritage Days event in 2019.

The e-book features references and tributes to the different parts of French culture that can be found at Disneyland Paris, including architecture, art, literature, music and food.

The Disneyland Paris Celebrate its Heritage and its Artistic Crafts e-book can be downloaded here.

Disneyland Paris’ free digital book download offering is the latest move by theme park operators and attraction sites to offer free remote entertainment and information to people during the difficult and challenging practice of quarantine and self-isolation.



To mark Marvel’s 80th anniversary, new Marvel and Avengers attractions are coming to Disney Parks around the world.

The superhero-themed attractions will include the Avengers Campus and the Worldwide Engineering Brigade (WEB), introducing the first Disney ride to feature Spiderman.

The Spiderman experience will give guests the opportunity to use a raft of superpowers and sling webs to collect Spider Bots.

Immersive lands at the Avengers Campus will be home to iconic Avengers’ characters, including Ant-Man, Black Widow, Iron Man, The Wasp and Doctor Strange.

The Avengers Campus will also be home to the Pym Test Kitchen, featuring Pym Technologies designed to grow and then shrink food.

The second phase of construction of the site will include the building of the Avengers Headquarters, which will be the entrance to a new e-ticket ride that will enable visitors ride a Quinjet and fly with the Avengers to Wakanda.

During the summer of 2020, Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel will open at Disneyland Paris, featuring more than 300 pieces of superhero-themed artwork.

The Avengers Campus will open at Disneyland Resort in California in 2020, opening later at Disneyland Paris.



IAAPA Expo Europe, EMEA’s largest conference and trade show dedicated to the attractions industry, has announced its program schedule and a series of special events for the forthcoming show in Paris on 16 – 19 September 2019.

The events include an Opening Reception at the d’Acclimatation and a Leadership Breakfast, which will feature Nicolas de Villiers, président of Puy du Fou.

On September 16, an Indoor Entertainment Day will be taking place, designed for visitors with an interest in indoor leisure facilities, such as mini-golf, escape rooms, VR parks and more.

Also on the 16th is the Water Park Forum, a networking educational event designed for water park owners, operators, designers, and manufacturers. Following the networking session, a tour will take place at Villages Nature Paris, home to the Aqualagon indoor water park.

On the same day visitors can participate in the EDUTour to the popular amusement parks on the outskirts of Paris, the Mer de Sable and Parc Astérix. The guided tour includes a networking reception.

The Opening Reception is taking place on 17 Sept, at Paris’s amusement park, the Jardin d’Acclimatation.

The Opening Reception will be followed by a Lunch and Learn on the French Attractions Industry session, featuring well-known leaders of Europe’s park groups, including François Fassier, director of Leisure Parks Operations at Compagnie des Alpes, and Laurent Bruloy, président of Looping Group, who will talk about the attractions industry in France.

On September 18, a string of informative events and networking sessions will be taking place, including the Leadership Breakfast with keynote speaker Nicolas de Villiers from Puy du Fou on 18 September, a Lunch and Learn on the Middle East and Africa Attractions Industry session, and a Young Professionals and Students Forum and Reception.

The following day the Future Feature: The Future of Disneyland Paris event will invite guests to experience a unique look into the future of Disneyland Paris, a leading European tourist destination.

From 19 – 22 September, a Post-Tour to Cité du Vin, Cité de l’Huître, Puy du Fou, and Zoo de la Flèche is taking place, where guests will experience France’s unique and world-renowned attractions.

With over 15,000 professionals from the leisure and attractions industry, IAAPA Expo Europe will be the largest show in event history, covering more than 17,500 net square meters of exhibition space at the Paris Expo Porte De Versailles.