Stage Shows, Indoor
Tropical birds, tiki gods and colorful flowers come to life in a swinging 15-minute South Seas musical celebration.
A Musical Paradise
Sing along with a lively menagerie of exotic birds, flowers and tikis in this jubilant Disney classic. A feast for your eyes and ears, this theater-in-the-round attraction presented by Dole invites all to experience the exotic beauty and magic of the Pacific Islands.
Inside the Tiki, Tiki, Tiki, Tiki, Tiki Room Breeze into what looks to be a ceremonial house located in the heart of Polynesia and take a seat around a lush floral fountain. Nearby, hanging warrior shields, ancient statues and woven bamboo fixtures echo a mysterious story of ancient traditions.
As the lights dim, 4 colorful macaws quickly spring to life and begin to sing a series of jubilant island songs. Before long, the chorus of crooning birds is joined by an enchanting cast of over 225 choreographed Audio-Animatronics performers, including bobbing parrots, giggling cockatoos, crooning orchids, drumming tiki statues and chanting wooden masks.
Sing along and clap to their rousing original songs, which seamlessly mix traditional South Seas rhythms with classic Disney wit—and enjoy the magic of Audio-Animatronics technology, created especially for this classic attraction.
Sing Like a Bird Join a lively troupe of tropical characters as they sing a cheery medley of songs, including such classics as:
An Enchanted Garden
The magic begins before you even enter the Enchanted Tiki Room. As you wait for the doors to open, carved totem poles representing the island gods suddenly spring to life and introduce themselves.
You can also take the opportunity to purchase a treat from the Tiki Juice Bar. Taste a Pineapple Dole Whip—a classic treat treasured by both Guests and tiki birds.
An Animation First
Enchanted Tiki Room—which debuted in 1963—is the first Audio-Animatronics show. Walt Disney's fascination with translating his love of film animation into the real world led to the groundbreaking new technology, which enabled the synchronization of movement, audio and visual effects of a multitude of animated figures at one time. This technology helped pave the way for other classic attractions, including “it’s a small world,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,” and the “Haunted Mansion.”
Walt originally envisioned Enchanted Tiki Room as a dinner show. However, he knew the attraction would be so popular that he changed the format to accommodate more Guests before it opened.
Today in the Tiki Room While the current show maintains the intent of Walt Disney and his pioneering team of Imagineers, it’s also been enhanced with modern technology: a state-of-the-art show-control system, re-mastered audio and a more versatile and energy-efficient lighting system.