“Disney’s Spirit of Aloha” Show Will Not Return to Polynesian Village Resort
It has been shared on social media that the “Disney’s Spirit of Aloha” show will not be making a return to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
Here’s what we know right now about this iconic show.
According to Tikiman Pages on Facebook, Cast Members have now been notified that the popular dinner show will not be returning to the Polynesian, signaling the end of an era for the fan-favorite performances at the resort.
The luau-style show, which comprised of Polynesian dancing, music and entertainment amidst a huge, family-style feast, halted performances at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic back in March 2020, and has not reopened since.
So far, the Walt Disney World website is still listing the offering as “currently unavailable,” with no times listed.
An official announcement about the future of the show is yet to be shared.
Although we cannot say for sure what the future of the show, and it’s Luau Cove location, will be, we sincerely hope this isn’t the end of the enchanting attraction at the Magic Kingdom-area resort.
We do know that various entertainment offerings across Walt Disney World have been undergoing mix-ups since the start of the pandemic.
Whether the show will close permanently, give way to another show, or perhaps even reopen with some fresh new changes (similar to what has happened with the Finding Nemo: The Musical attraction at Disney’s Animal Kingdom,), we will have to see.
As always, stay tuned to MickeyBlog.com for all the latest updates and more, as we hear them.
If you have never seen the “Spirit of Aloha” show, or perhaps would just like to reminisce on fun memories of the attraction, you can read the ultimate MickeyBlog review of the captivating performance here.
Article Source: Tikiman Pages/Facebook