Pearl Davies proud sponsor of Tiki Oasis Festival: San Diego California (USA)
Whether it was a World’s Fair or Disneyland’s Tomorrowland (1955), It seemed that the interest in other worlds in outer space was equally as intriguing as our curiosity of primitive cultures. All World's Fairs had "International" exhibits displaying Exotic and Primitive cultures alongside the most modern aspects of technology. Similarly, with a short walk across Disnelyland's Main Street, tourists travelled from the advanced technologies of Tomorrowland to the wilds of Adventureland's Polynesian garden - The Tiki Room and the Jungle Cruise. In 1947 the world listened and read about the Kon Tiki raft sailing across the South Pacific toward the most remote island on earth - Easter Island. Ten years later the Western world watched as Russia’s Sputnik sailed into outer space to begin The Space Race.
Pearl Davies is delighted to announce that we are giving away prizes for the Miss Tiki Oasis Competition. Get amongst it!
Check out Tiki Oasis here Q. What is Tiki Oasis?
A. Tiki Oasis is the largest annual Tiki gathering in the world with four nights and three days of live entertainment, vendor marketplace, car show, poolside entertainment, Tiki Tots activities, and symposiums with top experts in history, mixology, music and more.
Q. Can I get late hotel check out on Sunday or Monday?
A. All Tiki Oasis guests automatically receive free late check out of 12 noon, later check out of 2pm available by request 24 hours before check out. If you check out after 2pm you will incur a $50 late fee.
Q. Where do I park my car?
A. Parking at the hotel is a hefty $14 fee. There is no parking on the street in front of hotel. Unofficially there is parking in the lot behind AAA (Auto Club) about two blocks away after 6pm on Saturday and all day Sunday. No overnight parking. Tiki Oasis and/or Crowne Plaza are not responsible for any fees or towing incurred when parking in this lot.
Q. Does Booking a hotel room at one of the Tiki Oasis Partner Hotels grant me entry to the event?
A. Sorry No, You must purchase tickets separately through this website or through eventbrite to be admitted to any of Tiki Oasis's events such as the main stage showcase, midnight burlesque show, and special room party events.
Q. Do you sell a one-night only ticket?
A. You may purchase a single night ticket for Thursday OR Sunday only. We believe that Tiki Oasis is best experienced if you attend the full weekend of events and highly recommend our basic pass that covers Thursday –Saturday night main showcase... oh this pass also includes admission to the Midnight Burlesque show!
Q. Can I get a ticket refund?
A. Tiki Oasis Event Tickets are non-refundable after Saturday August 1st! This includes tickets to the showcase, symposiums, pin-up photo session and special events.
Q. I am interested in checking out the Tiki marketplace but I do not have a full weekend pass, would this be ok?
A. The Tiki Marketplace is open to the public on Saturday and Sunday ONLY and you may check those out without a full weekend pass. While you are on the grounds why not check out a daytime symposium? You may also purchase a la carte tickets in advance thru the website and often there are still tickets available at the door!
Q. Is there a Weapons Policy at Tiki Oasis?
A. Tiki Oasis is proud of our safe environment where everyone can feel like they can have a great time and feel safe at the safe time. As per other large scale event, we have a no weapons policy. Please read this entire policy before attending Tiki Oasis.The following items are forbidden at the Tiki Oasis event:Functional firearms (including air soft guns, BB guns, cap guns, paintball guns and pellet guns)Realistic replica firearms (including reproduction, fake or toy guns that can be confused for functional real firearms)Functional projectile weapons (including blow guns, crossbows, long bows and slingshots)Sharpened metal-bladed weapons (including axes, daggers, hatches, knives, swords and switch blades)Explosives (including firecrackers and fireworks)Chemical weapons (including mace and pepper spray) and Aerosol mustardBlunt weapons (including brass knuckles, clubs and nunchaku)Instruments that cause excessive noise levels like vuvuzelas, grenade whistles and grenade hornsProp weapons will be allowed providing they are composed of cardboard, foam, wood, plastic or other light materials. Prop firearms are allowed only if they cannot be mistaken for real weapons. The barrel of all prop firearms must be covered with brightly-colored orange caps. Inspectors and Security will be on hand to assess all weapons.Get creative with your costumes but just be smart and safe about it!