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Nightlife at Disneyland Paris

You can not only go out at the Disneyland Paris on weekends, but really every day, especially at Disney Village. Fun and action are definately part of it. The Billy Bob's Country and Western Saloon is the best place to go. There is a small stage and a dance floor and with Live music being offered almost every evening it makes dancing even more fun. If you don't really trust your dancing skills, you can also take part in a dance course, which is offered here several evenings a week. The program includes line dance, square dance and salsa. In the Disney Hotels and the Disney Village itself, you will find a flyer with an overview of all current events and concerts. It helps you to decide where to go in the evening.

Are you up for a karaoke party or would you rather go to the Beatles Revival Band? You are spoiled for choice! But also for everyone who would like to enjoy a cocktail or drink in the evening, the Disneyland Resort Paris offers a variety of options. Bars and restaurants invite you to end the day comfortably. Another way to keep the evening entertaining is the Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, which is performed twice a day, at 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Best entertainment including Mickey Mouse and his friends. Who can resist? Or do you fancy a movie? The multiplex cinema at Disney Village has 15 rooms and a correspondingly large selection of blockbusters. However, there is a catch if you don't speak French fluently, because almost all films are only shown in French. Those who are too exhausted in the evening to plunge into nightlife can enjoy a delicious meal in one of the restaurants at the Disney Village and then go to sleep - preferably in one of the Disney hotels in close proximity to the theme parks.

Once upon a time: Hurricanes

The Hurricanes Night Club has been part of Festival Disney (as Disney Village was originally called) since 1992. Disneyland Paris guests were able to enjoy the newest hits and drinks & cocktails until the early morning hours. The audience was mainly from the under 30 generation and was made up of guests from the resort, cast members and young people from the surrounding area. There was a lot going on here, especially on the weekends. In the late 2000s, the Hurricanes Night Club was only open irregularly, often only as part of special events. On March 31, 2010, it closed its doors forever. It is more than questionable whether it will ever reopen.