If you’ve never been to Kon Tiki, for one, I’d find that hard to believe. Two, you need to get your ass over there.
According to their website, Kon Tiki is:
One of the last remaining, operational tiki temples from American’s mid-century tiki past. The interior is almost completely original from the opening day – including the largest collection of Milan Guanko tikis in the world.
It really is a cool place. And, they’ve been around for fifty years. Fifty. That’s a long time to be in business in Tucson. To celebrate, Kon Tiki is hosting a big party on Saturday, April 5th, 2014 with live music, a special 1963 menu, all kinds of merchandise, vendors, and more.
Here’s their promotional video…
- Tickets: $15 in advance, $18 day of
- Ticket plus mug: $90 (Limited)
- VIP Tickets: $160 (Includes 2 tix, mug, shirt, poster, Mai Tai glass, and pint glass
And, they’ve partnered with the Viscount Suites, which is approximately 2,375 tiki mugs away from Kon Tiki.