On New Years Eve, The Grand Wailea Hotel, will be having a grand New Years Eve celebration! Enjoy live entertainment, a cash bar, instagram photo booth and much more! The party will start at 9:30 with fireworks being set off at Midnight on Wailea Beach. This is a 21 and over event. More information available here.
On New Years Day, enjoy the stand up comedy routine by Bill Maher, Mahermageddon, Friday, January 1st at Castle Theatre starting at 7:30 pm.. This year Maher will bring along some of his famously funny friends David Spade and Jeff Ross. This will be Bill Maher’s 5th year coming to Maui for his New Years Day stand up routine. Ticket pricing varies. More information on Mahermageddon visit the Maui Arts And Cultural website here.
Also happening on Friday January 1st, Art Night Lahaina Town from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm. See featured artists in action, and enjoy refreshments at this free event. A map of participating galleries is available at the Lahaina Visitors Center. Dozens of galleries will be participating!
We hope everyone has a safe and very Happy New Year!
One of the biggest holidays is coming up this weekend. The Fourth of July for many people is a favorite holiday celebrating America with friends and family. There will be plenty of fun activities to do this weekend.
The Maui Obon Festival starts July 3rd at 6:30 pm with dancing starting at 8:00 pm. The Lahaina Jodo Mission temple has a beautiful lantern floating ceremony with messages to loved ones sent out to sea. This is the Obon Festival that is a must see! Other Obon Festivals will be happening throughout Maui on various dates. Check the schedule here via Maui Magazine for other ceremonies.
The annual Pineapple Festival will be happening on Lanai both Friday and Saturday July 3rd and 4th from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm in Dole Park. Come enjoy crafts, food, entertainment, and prizes. A special 10:00 pm ferry will bring those from Maui back to Lahaina on July 4th. You can make reservations through Expeditions Ferry. The Pineapple Festival website has more details.
In Lahaina, The Fourth of July celebration will kick off at 4:00 pm. Holiday specials will be had at many of the local shops and eateries. Spend the afternoon shopping and enjoying keiki activities before the fireworks start that evening scheduled for 8:00 pm. Jazz Maui will be having a concert on the Lahaina Library Lawn featuring the Chop Suey Jazz Band, University of Texas Arlington Jazz Faculty, and the Maui Community Band. There is no cost for the concert that starts at 5:00 pm and runs until 9:00 pm. Official Fourth of July t-shirts will be on sale starting at 2:00 pm in Campbell Park. The fireworks in Lahaina is the only public fireworks displayed on Maui. Visit the Lahaina website here for more information.
We hope everyone has a safe and fun-filled Fourth of July weekend!
4th of July for many is spent with family and friends celebrating with fireworks displays, delicious food, and entertainment. Front Street in Lahaina has music, Karaoke, event shirts, and fireworks starting at 8:00 pm. Many front street restaurants will be offering food and drink specials in celebration.
Another fun activity is the annual Lanai Pineapple Festival! This two-day event runs on Friday July 4th and Saturday July 5th. If you didn’t get your fill of fireworks you can see them at the festival starting at 9:00 pm on July 5th. Enjoy games, crafts, food booths, and entertainment. For those coming from Maui, make sure to check ferry schedules and make reservations if needed.
Starting Thursday July 3rd through Sunday July 6th is the Makawao Rodeo. Enjoy bull riding, barrel racing, team roping and more! Saturday is the Paniolo Parade with local celebrities and rodeo royalty! Free shuttle service to the parade is available from 7:00 am to 9:00 am.
We hope that everyone has a safe and happy Fourth of July weekend!