Disneyland Paris has announced it will be bringing back its highly praised stage show, The Lion King: Rhythms of the Pride Lands, starting October 23, 2021.
The 30-minute show tells the adventures of Simba, Nala, Rafiki, Timon and Pumbaa, which are brought to life by over 30 singers, dancers, acrobats, and percussionists, in this production created just for Disneyland Paris.
The Lion King: Rhythms of the Pride Lands takes place in a theatre equipped with a 360-degree audio system, equivalent to three times the audio system of an Imax theatre, which puts guests right in the center of the action.
Daily performances will take place at Disneyland Park’s Frontierland Theater, which is the fourth theatre in the world to be equipped with this type of audio system.
The show will also take place on the largest stage ever built at Disneyland Paris, with a stage set composed of giant percussion instruments placed at various levels.
The Lion King: Rhythms of the Pride Lands is included with park admission, and features a standby queue.
The new Disney Premier Access, at a cost of 15€ per person, will be available for this show, and allows the guest to reserve a time slot for access. This is similar to the new Genie+ at Walt Disney World, which went into effect yesterday, October 19.
This service can be booked on Disneyland Paris mobile app, DisneylandParis.com, or by calling the Booking Office. It can also be purchased on-site at a dedicated location to the left of City Hall at Disneyland Park.