There’s always something going on on Maui. Here are a few events that caught my eye. Check them out!
Sept 16-17th – Chinese Moon Festival at the Wo Hing Museum on Front Street in Lahaina. This event runs from 10am-7pm on both days (free event!)
Sept 30-Oct 16th – Boeing Boeing at the historic Iao Theater in Wailuku (Friday, Saturday evenings, Sunday matinees)
Sept 30th – Starry Night opening gala night from for the annual St John’s festival. From 6-8pm, tickets available for $45, ages 21+
Oct 1st – 34th annual Kula Festival at St John’s Church – live music, food, crafts, kids games, crafters, quilt show, auction etc.
Oct 1st – Ukulele Workshop at the MACC – this workshop is geared to beginning to intermediate players. Bring your ukulele, paper and pencil. Must be able to play basic chords (C, F and G7). Attendees will participate in the next day’s Ukulele Festival. (free event!)
Oct 2nd – Ukulele Festival at the MACC from 1-6pm. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on the lawn with ukulele music. Bring a blanket or chairs. Free event, food, Hawaiian-made art and crafts available to purchase! Ukulele door prizes!
Oct 6th – annual Maui Fair Parade (starting at 4:30pm). The parade starts at the UH Maui campus, marching up Ka’ahumanu Avenue to the War Memorial Stadium.
Oct 13th – Air Supply concert at the MACC. What? I’m actually not kidding – they are doing one performance on Thursday Oct 13th (yes, Maui gets the mid-week dates while Oahu usually has the weekends). Check it out – indoors at the Castle Theater!
Not quite what you are looking for? Check out the Calendar Maui website, one of the most comprehensive websites of what’s going on on Maui.
Of course, you could also just go and hit the beach 🙂