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Rumor Bye Bye (Tiki) Birdies?

MansionButler84

Well-Known Member
I learned that I was meant to understand “the birds will fly away for changes” to refer to the DAK show, not the Tiki Room.

I never think of the DAK show. Sometimes I wish the info I receive was less “riddle” and more “this is what is happening.” I conflated this with the preexisting rumor that the Tiki Room will see 50th updates.
 

General Mayhem

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The songs in Moana are fantastic
They are factually not, in every possible way. They are the laziest written songs I've ever heard from a Disney animated feature. I've gone over it before but Moana's songs are subpar, and mediocre. I prefer my musicals to have songs that don't speak down to me as if I'm some neanderthal.
 

TJJohn12

Well-Known Member
I learned that I was meant to understand “the birds will fly away for changes” to refer to the DAK show, not the Tiki Room.

I never think of the DAK show. Sometimes I wish the info I receive was less “riddle” and more “this is what is happening.” I conflated this with the preexisting rumor that the Tiki Room will see 50th updates.
To be fair, that riddle was very close to a line from the show. So it’s an understandable leap.
 

hakunamatata

Make The Universe Balanced Again
Premium Member
They are factually not, in every possible way. They are the laziest written songs I've ever heard from a Disney animated feature. I've gone over it before but Moana's songs are subpar, and mediocre. I prefer my musicals to have songs that don't speak down to me as if I'm some neanderthal.
Odd. I dont recall “general mayhem” ever mentioned in those songs.
 

RSoxNo1

Well-Known Member
Or Moana could have a new experience instead of being shoved into existing classic attractions. Then (we hope) she could have her own new classic one day, similar to how Radiator Springs Racers and Flight of Passage have been quickly accepted into the Disney Park canon. ;)
How about an Aquatopia style attraction replacing the Carpets in Adventureland?
 

bcoachable

Well-Known Member
Question for our operations guys and gals-
Do these “shows” run on a regular timed schedule? Or do the cm’s hold guests in the pre show areas until there is a decent amount of people before opening the doors for the next show?
 

Aries1975

Active Member
As a percentage of its capacity the tiki room is painfully underutilized.
It might help if when one looks up attractions if the Enchanted Tiki Room was listed. In the era of overscheduling everything, how would it get onto a newbie's "to do" list?

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MisterPenguin

Rumormonger
Premium Member
It's very difficult to judge the utilization of a continuous operation show. First of all, there's *a lot* of shows through the day, which would mean it has a theoretical high capacity. But, people generally prefer rides to shows. So, when the park isn't that crowded and the E-Tickets have relatively short queues, then most people are on lines for rides and not the shows.

OTOH, on busy days where the E-Ticket lines are one to two hours, then the shows soak up the excess people who don't want to wait on those long lines and the shows fill up.

As someone adept at using FP, I get most of the rides done in FP line and then head to the shows in between only if there's no wait. My experience of Tiki Room, CBJ, PhilHarmagic, and CoP is pretty empty theaters. But, those theaters do become packed on busy days or at certain times of days.

That's why there is anecdotal evidence for the shows to be both packed and empty.
 

hakunamatata

Make The Universe Balanced Again
Premium Member
It's very difficult to judge the utilization of a continuous operation show. First of all, there's *a lot* of shows through the day, which would mean it has a theoretical high capacity. But, people generally prefer rides to shows. So, when the park isn't that crowded and the E-Tickets have relatively short queues, then most people are on lines for rides and not the shows.

OTOH, on busy days where the E-Ticket lines are one to two hours, then the shows soak up the excess people who don't want to wait on those long lines and the shows fill up.

As someone adept at using FP, I get most of the rides done in FP line and then head to the shows in between only if there's no wait. My experience of Tiki Room, CBJ, PhilHarmagic, and CoP is pretty empty theaters. But, those theaters do become packed on busy days or at certain times of days.

That's why there is anecdotal evidence for the shows to be both packed and empty.
Im reporting you for making too much sense.
 

disnyfan89

Well-Known Member
They are factually not, in every possible way. They are the laziest written songs I've ever heard from a Disney animated feature. I've gone over it before but Moana's songs are subpar, and mediocre. I prefer my musicals to have songs that don't speak down to me as if I'm some neanderthal.
And what pray tell do you consider the pinnacle of Disney Animated song lyrics?
 
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