Disneyland Paris Broadcasting Behind the Scenes of the Lion King and Jungle Festival!

Disneyland Paris will be broadcasting an exclusive behind the scenes of the Lion King and Jungle Festival on the 25th May. To celebrate Disneyland Paris bringing to life two Disney masterpieces, known as the Lion King and Jungle Festival from 30th June to 22nd September.

Disneyland Paris is capturing a special documentary that goes behind the scenes of the highly anticipated season. The broadcast will start with the initial development and creation of the season concept, all the way to the day of opening.  The special documentary will include how the shows are created, the recording of music, artists’ rehearsals, set and costume design, development of merchandise and food and beverage, plus a whole lot more.  Broadcasts begin on May 25th through official Disneyland Paris media platforms. Disneyland Paris offers a first peek from today with a trailer full of images never seen before:

https://youtu.be/lg-7LPm6Ikw

This will be the first of its kind, official production from the Disneyland Paris team, giving viewers the opportunity to take a peek behind-the-scenes of the Disney magic. It will be broadcast at a number of key points – throughout production – on official Disneyland Paris media platforms.

The first broadcast is on 25th May, with a live programme on YouTube, Facebook and disneylandparis.fr. To watch this amazing behind the scenes documentary, subscribe now by clicking on this link so that you don’t miss the broadcast.


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Tessa H

3 thoughts on “Disneyland Paris Broadcasting Behind the Scenes of the Lion King and Jungle Festival!

  1. The make up is gorgeous. Lion King is one of those movies that has become more amazing the more they do with it.
    #DisneyVacayGiveaway

  2. The Lion King is one of my favorite classic Disney movies! I love seeing how other countries & cultures re-tell Disney classics, & how it may be different than what you would see in like WDW or Disneyland. I just hope that there’s some kind of English translation so that us Americans can understand it! haha #DisneyVacayGiveaway

  3. I hope they have subtitles because your girl is gonna be all over that! #DisneyVacayGiveaway

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