The Lion King: Rythms of the Pride Lands and The Jungle Book Jive are back by popular demand!

Following their incredible public success last summer, these two musical shows will return to Disneyland Paris, on August 15 and 22 respectively. What to give an exotic air of vacation to the looming back to school!

The Lion King: Rythms of the Pride Lands*, returning August 15

Lead your pride to Frontierland Theater for this much-lauded, world-class stage show exclusive to Disneyland Paris. Like thousands of awestruck Guests before you, ‘be prepared’ to roar along to the beating drums and hypnotic rhythms as a tribe of dancers, acrobats and singers dressed as Rafiki, Simba, Timon, Pumbaa, Nala, Mufasa and Scar brilliantly bring famous Pride Rock moments to life before your very eyes. All in a magical way that only Disney can do.

*You must register on the LineBerty app.

The Jungle Book Jive*, returning August 22

Throw your hands up in the air and ‘oobee doo’ during this much-loved and stunningly re-imagined musical voyage through the Indian jungle, right in the heart of Walt Disney Studios Park. Think you know The Jungle Book? Think again, as fabulous floats, including a pink and yellow elephant made of drums, add a spectacularly colourful twist to this classic Disney tale. Of course, Baloo, King Louie and their friends are back, singing and dancing along to some of the greatest Disney songs, while explorer Mickey and his crew rediscover a mysterious land.

*You must register on the LineBerty app. Please note, this show can be cancelled without notice due to the weather.

Since July 15, phased reopening of Disneyland Paris includes controlled capacity, enhanced health and safety protocols and a new online reservation system for advanced ticketing. Indoor and outdoor theaters will adopt a new seating configuration to promote physical distancing.

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