Category:Tiki culture

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Tiki culture refers to a South Seas-inspired pop culture movement in the U.S. currently enjoying a revival across the country through Tiki-themed bars, drinks and art. Tiki culture was at its height in the 1950s and '60s, although Tiki culture in the U.S. actually began in the 1930s with Don the Beachcomber.

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