You Can Watch a Stunning 'Lion King' Stage Production Straight From Disneyland Paris Tonight

Get ready to sing along with Simba and the rest of the "Lion King" gang.

“The Lion King: Rhythms of the Pride Lands” Streaming performance
Photo: Courtesy of Disney

Sing and dance along to your favorite tunes from “The Lion King” tonight with a virtual viewing of “The Lion King: Rhythms of the Pride Lands,” an original Disneyland Paris production.

Tonight at 7 p.m. ET on the Disney Parks Blog, you can watch a pre-recorded viewing of this incredible Disney stage show, which features classic songs like “Circle of Life,” “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King,” “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” and “Hakuna Matata.” Singers, dancers, drummers, and acrobats bring this production to life with beautiful costumes and choreography.

The whole family is sure to love this stunning production, the latest Disney Magic Moment shared on the Disney Parks Blog. To make the evening more exciting, you can print out “Lion King” activity sheets that include DIY masks, or try out the Lion King Instagram filter to see yourself in costume for the show — both of these can be found in the blog post.

We’ve been sharing fun things to do at home to keep the Disney magic alive while the theme parks are closed. Whether you want to recreate your favorite snacks at home with our favorite Disney recipes (including a recipe for the iconic Dole Whip), or you want to take a virtual ride on your favorite attraction, there are a number of activities you (and the whole family) can do at home until Disney reopens.

That reopening date might be sooner than we expect, too. This week, Walt Disney World began the first step in its gradual reopening with the phased opening of Disney Springs, the resort’s dining, shopping, and entertainment district. While no official date has been set for the reopening of the theme parks or resort hotels, another major Florida theme park has unveiled plans to potentially open as early as the first week of June. Yesterday, Universal Orlando released its proposed plan to open to the public on June 5, pending government approval.

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