It’s hard to imagine the final few months of the year at Disneyland Paris without its popular seasonal overlays but, in a year when it seems everything is up for change, it’s still good to know Halloween and Christmas will return.

The resort has confirmed the dates for its two popular seasons much later than usual, but little else is known so far about what special entertainment events they’ll consist of.

Disney’s Halloween Festival will run from 1st October to 7th November 2021. The press release notes Halloween ambiance, Disney Villain appearances and favourite spooky attractions like Phantom Manor, with more details still yet to be confirmed.

Although Disneyland Paris has opened its new Disney Junior Dream Factory show and runs a couple of mini-parade-like character moments, it has yet to return to the full entertainment offerings of pre-pandemic times.

Surprising but welcome news, then, that Disney’s Halloween Party will return on 31st October 2021! This late night, extra-ticketed party which is one of the highlights of the year for many visitors was cancelled in 2020.

Too early to think about Christmas? Never!

Disney’s Enchanted Christmas will be celebrated from 13th November 2021 to 9th January 2022. The giant tree will be back, obviously, and the illuminated garlands above Main Street, U.S.A., but further information is still “coming soon” and will be posted on the official Disneyland Paris website.

Finally, a ticketed, extra-charge New Year’s Eve Party has been confirmed for the evening of 31st December 2021 with special entertainment. Again, details to follow.

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