Home to some of the most universally magical characters, Disneyland is a child’s playground and an adults kick-back, but in Disneyland Paris, the return of a certain event has captured Disney fans around the globe. That’s right, from hanging out with Mickey, Goofy, Elsa and Jasmine during the day to exploring the different attractions, bars and food opportunities throughout Walt Disney Studios Park by night, Electroland lets fans experience it all. Take it from Afrojack, who when asked in a post set interview about the experience of playing at his first ever Electroland said,
“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. 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].”
It’s truly a unique event, and everyone in the Disney offices believe so as well, but none quite as much as Vice President of Disney Business Solutions and Special Effects for Disneyland Paris Gustavo Branger. The Disney executive also sat down to give his outlook on the two colliding worlds saying,
“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.”
Maybe more of a pitch to attend the festival than an emotional appeal to Disney fanatics – you cannot deny the opportunity to experience something quite in this manner with such a global brand and following are truly 1/1. The two-day festival saw headliners Robin Schulz, and Bob Sinclar take over Friday, while Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and Afrojack took ahold of Saturday. However, if the third edition is anywhere as magical as the second, it’s not too crazy to expect a larger lineup.
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