LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. â€“ The Sunshine Pavilion, featuring a show variously known as â€œTropical Serenadeâ€ and â€œThe Enchanted Tiki Birds,â€ debuted on Oct. 1, 1971, in Magic Kingdom. In 1998, following substantial refurbishment, it re-launched as The Enchanted Tiki Room-Under New Management, with two famous Disney birds â€“ Iago from Aladdin and Zazu from The Lion King â€“ taking control and trying to spruce up the show. Now the â€œnew managementâ€ has been let go and the future of the Adventureland landmark is in the wings and wit of JosÃ©, Fritz, Michael and Pierre â€“ four crooning parrot hosts who have been entertaining guests at Californiaâ€™s Disneyland since 1963 in The Enchanted Tiki Room. Walt Disneyâ€™s Enchanted Tiki Room, as the Magic Kingdom attraction now will be called, is being prepared for the premiere (tentatively on Aug. 15, 2011) of a show that will pay tribute to the Disneyland original - notable in theme park history for ushering in sophisticated Audio-Animatronics technology. Prior to 1963, Walt Disneyâ€™s creative team had produced movable figures, but none had the sophistication of the bird-brained cast of the Tiki Room. JosÃ©, Fritz, Michael and Pierre produce movements when solenoid coils hidden inside receive signals recorded onto magnetic tape and are regarded as the first â€œtrueâ€ Audio-Animatronics figures. View attachment 9085 They introduce a musical presentation by more than 200 birds, flowers and tikis. Even the audience gets into the act, joining in during the musical ditty â€œLetâ€™s All Sing Like the Birdies Sing.â€ While the show is steeped in tradition and maintains the original intent created by Walt Disney and his original team of Imagineers, Walt Disneyâ€™s Enchanted Tiki Room will feature the latest in technology â€“ a state of the art show-control system, remastered audio, and a new versatile and energy efficient lighting system. The attraction has shows throughout Magic Kingdom operating hours.