Disneyland Paris welcomed 16,000 people to their park for the magic to be told by dance music instead of the traditional Disney magic. The event just wrapped up its second edition on June 29 and June 30. Artists such as Afrojack, Robin Schultz, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike are just to name a few that were played at the 2018 installment.
“Electroland is a unique experience for music lovers and Disneyland Paris fans alike. It’s an opportunity to enjoy a world-class music festival in a one-of-a-kind setting,” said Gustavo Branger, vice president of Disney Business Solutions and Special Effects for Disneyland Paris. “Electroland is part of a growing list of upcoming special events like the runDisney weekend, Disney Loves Jazz Festival and Rendez-vous Gourmand that attract both new and repeat guests. These events give them the opportunity to enjoy their favorite resort in a brand-new way.”
“It’s very special. I’ve always been a fan of Disneyland, and being able to play here is a combination of dreams coming true,” said Afrojack. “The audience was hard party people that jumped a lot. I never dared to expect something like that. It was une grande fête [one big party].”
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Ticket information and dates are soon to be released so make sure to follow Electroland on their socials to keep up with all of the festival updates.