| This room was a temporary room.
It could only be found in Club Penguin for a certain period of time. It may or may not have returned later.
|Where||North of the Ski Village (2010–2012, 2015)|
North of the Back Stage (2010)
North of the Dock (2016)
|Opened||July 8, 2010|
June 16, 2011
July 19, 2012
September 30, 2015
November 2, 2016
|Closed||July 19, 2010|
July 5, 2011
August 2, 2012
October 21, 2015
November 30, 2016
|Room ID||854 (2010 & 2011)|
The Casa Fiesta was a party room in Club Penguin. It was accessible during four of the Music Parties, and was located north of the Ski Village. It could also have been accessed from the Back Stage in 2010. During the Music Jam 2016, it was accessible from the Dock. Before 2012, it was a member-only party room.
In the Casa Fiesta there are five different instruments around the room that play music as long as a player stands by them. Additionally, if the player attempts to move near one, the music plays even before the player actually arrives near it.
Certain instrument items can produce the same music if their special dances are performed, each corresponding to one of the five instruments. This works similarly to instruments being played in the Lighthouse. If a special dance is performed while standing next to an instrument in the room, the instrument in the room is overridden and the item's music is played instead.
When this room returned for the 10th Anniversary Party, the tracks were made higher quality.
|Instrument||Track (2010-12)||Track (2015-16)|
Playing the Snare Drum and Drumsticks, Pair of Maracas, Festive Maracas, or Conga Drums (with or without Drumsticks)
Playing the Red Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Black Electric Guitar, Violin, Acoustic Sunburst Guitar, Pink Electric Guitar, Lute, Double Necked Guitar, Blue Electric Guitar, Orange Double Necked Guitar, or Electric Green Guitar
Playing the Tuba, Trumpet, or Trombone
Playing the Keytar, Accordion, or Green Keytar
Playing the Blue Electric Bass or Purple Electric Bass
- The unlockable version of these items do not play music.
- "Casa Fiesta" means "party house" in Spanish.
- If a player threw a snowball inside the room, the player would throw confetti instead.
|Ski Village (2010–2012, 2015)
|Back Stage (2010)|