Disneyland Paris announces 25th Anniversary Grand Finale annual pass event

Disneyland Paris have announced a 25th anniversary grand finale annual pass event for Infinity passholders. Find out what awaits on this special night.

Looking for the perfect way to say goodbye to the 25th anniversary celebrations at Disneyland Paris? The 3rd Annual Pass night of the year will be themed to the end of the 25th anniversary celebrations and will feature special shows and happenings to celebrate the end of a sparkling 18 months.

What will be happening?

The evening will feature a colourful programme including special shows and happenings, a “sparkling finale”, meetings with the Disney Characters in their 25th anniversary outfits. Some attractions will be open including: Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Crush’s Coaster, Cars Quatre Roues Rallaye, Slinky Dog Zig Zag Spin, Toy Soldier Parachute Drop, RC Racer.

Guests are invited to wear costumes that celebrate the blue and silver colours of the 25th anniversary celebrations. More surprises are to be announced in the future.

Practical Information and Tickets

The evening will be on Friday 7th September 2018 from 20:30 and is reserved exclusively for Infinity annual passholders (each pass holder may bring along 2 paying guests). Tickets go on sale Tuesday 3rd July 2018 at 11:00 (CET) with reservations on the internet, Infinity Annual Pass line, Park Entrance and AP office and are priced at 39€ (2,500 participants).

My view

This evening looks set to be a wonderful celebration of the fantastic 25th anniversary year and is a good way to see off the event in style. However, the disappointment arrives in that this is yet another event that will be taking place in the Walt Disney Studios Park; whilst it is understandable that the Studios park is the most practical for parties, it is rather sad that Disneyland Paris are not seeking to celebrate the end of the anniversary in the park which is celebrating its anniversary which reduces the closing to a side show rather than any sort of main event.

We can only hope that in the future the annual pass team decide that passholders are worthy of an event in Disneyland Park.