Mickey’s Rainbow Luau Returning This September to Tokyo Disneyland

If you miss the Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show at Walt Disney World, the “Mickey’s Rainbow Luau” show will return to Tokyo Disneyland this September.

Mickey’s Rainbow Luau

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Starting September 1, guests can enjoy the dinner show “Mickey’s Rainbow Luau” once again. This delightful luau dinner show experience takes place within the Polynesian Terrace Restaurant in Adventureland four times a night. The show follows Mickey and the gang as they exhibit traditional Polynesian culture through dances and songs to celebrate the various milestones of guests at the park.

We actually had the good fortune to experience the show in January 2020, shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered the experience. Our review was incredibly positive with even the food getting our approval, rare at Tokyo Disney Resort’s table service offerings. Sadly we were never able to publish it before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, shutting down the Disney theme parks and relegating this show along with all others to temporary closure for multiple years.

Incidentally, this will be the first pre-pandemic show to return in its original form. All other entertainment was introduced as a cut-down version, such as “Big Band Beat: A Special Treat” or the no-dancers version of “Dreaming Up!” Many shows from before, like “Hello, New York!” and “My Friend Duffy” have ended entirely as a result of the pandemic.

The entire experience takes up about 55 minutes and cost is variable by seating section. S-tier seats, the best in the house, are ¥6500 ($48.54). Mid-tier A seats are ¥6000 ($44.81). And the lowest tier, B seats, are ¥5500 ($41.07).

Are you excited to experience Mickey’s Rainbow Luau? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • Spencer Lloyd

    Spencer Lloyd is a college student/parks addict living in Tokyo. He runs TDRPlans.com, a comprehensive source for information and travel planning related to Tokyo Disney Resort. And fun fact, he is the only person in history to have been in the same ride vehicle as Tom Corless.

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