Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is home to the Spirit of Aloha Dinner. This special dinner show is held in the open air theater located in Luau Cove. This two hour dining event will entertain guests with authentic dancing from the Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, New Zealand and Hawaii. Children are able to interact with the show as they are brought on stage and taught how to hula dance (indicated in the photo above). The real highlight of the evening is when the Samoan fire-knife performer takes the stage! (see video at the bottom of the page!)
This all you care to eat experience includes pulled pork, roasted chicken, BBQ Ribs, Polynesian-style rice and vegetables, slaw and pineapple-coconut bread. Children can enjoy cheese pizza, mini corn dogs, grilled chicken or mahi mahi. Make sure to save room for dessert, warm pineapple bread pudding! Guests over the age of 21 can enjoy all you care to drink wine and draft beer!
Prices vary based on where you are seated:
|Category 1||Category 2||Category 3|
|10 and older||$72.99||$67.99||$60.99|
|3 - 9||$39.99||$36.99||$33.99|
Spirit of Aloha is held twice an evening 5:15 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays, weather permitting.
Know Before You Go!!
- The Disney Dining Plan is accepted for the Spirit of Aloha dinner show. It takes two (2) table service credits per person as it is considered a Signature Dining experience. Guests on the Disney Dining Plan will be seated at the tables in Category 2 or Category 3. During select times, guests on the Disney Dining Plan are allowed to book Category 1 seating if they attend the late showing. Ask if this is an option when you call to book.
- Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to showtime.
- The show may be canceled due to inclement weather.
- Advanced Dining Reservations are highly recommended and may be made up to 180 days in advance.
- Guests staying at a Walt Disney World resort should pick up their tickets at their resort concierge desk. Should you forget to pick them up ahead of time, they will be able to reprint the tickets but this will require additional time so keep that in mind.
Samoan Fire Knife Dance
Spirit of Aloha Reviews and Articles
Fire Dancing, Drumming and Feasting….Oh My! was posted to the Magical DIStractions site by Claudette Edwards on February 27, 2015.