Alternative folk pop sensation Streetlight Cadence will be performing at McCoy Studio Theater tomorrow, Friday, June 28th at 7:30 pm.
The band got their start in 2010 in Honolulu playing for tourists. Their live performances show their enormous love for music. Streetlight Cadence is a family friendly group whose music is enjoyed by fans of all ages.
Streetlight Cadence has won two successive Na Hoku Hanohano Awards for Alternative Album of the Year as well as multiple Battle of the Band Competitions. Now based in Los Angeles, the band continues to play in both conventional and non-conventional concerts.
Cash only food menu will be available in the McCoy Courtyard before the show starting at 5:30 pm.
One of the worlds youngest virtuoso guitarists, Ana Vidovic, will be performing Saturday, March 23rd at the McCoy Studio Theater. Show time is scheduled to begin at 7:30 pm.
Ana started playing the guitar at the age of 5. She began to perform internationally at the age of 11. By the time she turned 13, she was the youngest student to attend the National Musical Academy in Zagreb. She studied with Mauel Barrueco in Europe at the Peabody Conservatory where she graduated in 2005.
From 5:30 pm until 7:30 pm, A.K.’s Cafe will be serving entrees and desserts available for purchase (cash only please) in the McCoy Courtyard. MACC members are eligible to receive 10% off of ticket prices.
Tomorrow, Friday December 21st, and Saturday December 22nd, enjoy an evening of acoustic music with Pat Simmons Sr. and Pat Simmons Jr. Both evenings starts at 7:30 pm at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s McCoy Studio Theater.
Pat Simmons Sr. is an original member of the Doobie Brothers. The music of the Doobie Brothers is known for connecting multiple generations listening to the same music. Pat Simmons Jr. grew up with music in his life and now enjoys the ability to be able to tour with his dad.
Pat Simmons Jr. started his music career as a teen. He eventually was an opening act for the Doobie Brothers and other well-known artists. When Pat Simmons Jr. isn’t touring, he spends time with his wife and son on the family farm running a small-scale organic restoration/farm project.
For ticketing information, please visit the Maui Arts & Cultural Center website.