Are you getting married in Maui? Have a whole vacation planned while you’re here? Check out some of the things going on for the next couple of weeks:
Los Lonely Boys will be playing at the MACC this weekend – a band of brothers playing a style of music they call “Texican Rock-and-Roll”. Their last big hit was “heaven” back in 2004 – hit #1 on the Billboards and since then they’ve been going strong. Visit the MACC for tickets.
Are you a foodie? Chef Beverly Gannon will be serving everyone at the Hali‘imaile General Store with guest wine connoisseur, Christina Turley! Call 808-572-2666 for more information!
The Wailea Maui Resort & Spa will be hosting the Hale Kau Kau’s 14th Annual Fundraiser Pa`ina this weekend – March 2. Live music, good fun and lots of fun. Call 808-875-8754 for more information and tickets.
Want to get your blood pumping instead? March 2 – 8:00-11:00 join the fun on the Lahaina Pali Trail Run. Visit virr.com for more information!
Generations: Lindsey Ohana the women of the Lindsey ohana, mother Carmen Hulu and daughters Kahulu Maluo and Napua Makua, embody Hawaiian music in all its forms. Hulu Lindsey, best known for her rich falsetto styling, has performed worldwide for the past 40 years. 7:30pm at Maui Arts and Cultural Center in Kahului. Tickets $30. Call 808-242-7469.
Olomana by Moonlight blends contemporary and traditional musical styles to create a distinct sound that is deeply rooted in the land, people and culture of Hawaii. Tickets: $30/standard, $45/premium table seating, $55/VIP experience on Morgado Lanai. 7:30pm at the MACC in Kahului. Call 808-242-7469.
Jake Shimabukuro is famous for lightning-fast fingers and revolutionary playing techniques on the ukulele. Jake was declared a musical “hero” by Rolling Stone magazine and has earned comparisons to Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis and performed for the Queen of England. Tickets: $12, $35, $45. 7:30pm at the MACC in Kahului. Call 808-242-7469.
Pidgin: The Voice of Hawaii this film profiles the language of Hawaii’s working people in its rise from plantation jargon to a source of island identity, pride and controversy. Tickets: $10. 3pm-6pm at the MACC in Kahului. Call 808-242-7469.
As you can see – getting married in Maui isn’t the only thing happening. Grab your friends and head out on the town! Aloha!