- The Aulani Hula is often shared with lessons at the Pau Hana Room at the Aulani, a Disney resort and spa. Performances are often held at the KA WA‘A Lū‘au.
- Disney Parks said: “It’s just one example of how our traditions bring us together. What’s special about the Aulani Hula is its simple elegance that enables the whole family — from keiki to kūpuna (children to seniors) to learn and dance together.”
Disney Parks released a compilation of the Aulani cast and their families performing the hula at home.
Watch the video below.
Disney Parks is releasing virtual moments
All of the Disney Parks remain closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving guests and travelers without their normal doses of Disney fun. But the company has shared new “magic moments” from the parks to help people stay connected.
- For example, Disney Parks released a virtual ride video of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Walt Disney World. The video gives you a first-person POV of the ride.
- Disney Parks shared recipes to a few of its popular food items, too, including the Churro Bites, the “frozen pineapple treat” (basically the Dole Whip) and the grilled cheese from Toy Story Land.