France has just banned all large outdoor gatherings of more than 5,000 people till September this includes all cultural and sporting events due to the Coronavirus.
Does this include places like Disneyland Paris as well?
Cultural and Sporting events of more than 5,000 people are banned in France until September.
Whilst it’s possible Disneyland Paris falls outside of this, it feels unlikely. We’re looking at a closure for many months yet. pic.twitter.com/5FkDiGSECu
— DLP Town Square (@DLPTownSquare) April 28, 2020
What we do know is that earlier this month Disneyland Paris suspended all late spring and some summer events such as the Princess Run, Disneyland Paris Pride, and Electroland events.
Here is the official word from Disneyland Paris
Due to the closure of the Park, what does that mean for the overall Disneyland Paris experience?
We will continue to communicate any adjustments to our operations, experiences, or events. For now, the Marvel Season of Super Heroes (March 28-June 7) and Disneyland Paris Princess Run (May 8 – 10) will no longer take place.
Disneyland Paris Pride (June 6) and Electroland (July 3-5) will be postponed until June 12, 2021 and July 2-4, 2021, respectively.
We are actively working to bring the rich and multiple dimensions of the Disneyland Paris experience back and look forward to welcoming guests once it is advisable to do so.
No official word has been shared on the Disneyland Paris website as of yet on the extended closure but if I had to guess the ban will apply to Disneyland Paris as well.
As soon as we receive the official word we will let you know here on Chip and Co.
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