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Tip: This annual festival on Oahu was first held in 1946 to celebrate the Hawaiian culture.
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Maui on My Mind Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa’s Black Rock lawn is the perfect romantic getaway where an ocean sunset and starry skies are the backdrop to an evening of gourmet delights created by eight renowned chefs. Maui on My Mind will reflect the best of what Maui has to offer – its beauty, bounty of locally grown, raised, and caught products, as well as its talent for a truly unforgettable experience.Find out more »
Kū Mai Ka Hula (“Hula Appears”), the only adult hula competition on Maui, returns to the Castle Theater at Maui Arts & Cultural Center for its tenth consecutive year on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 10, 11 and 12, 2015. Maui’s premier annual hula competition features award-winning hālau from across the islands, as well as the Mainland and Japan. Competitors will be judged by renowned Kumu Hula Keali‘i Reichel, Taupōuri Tangarō, Maka Herrod and Ulalia Woodside. Kū Mai Ka Hula is presented by…Find out more »
The annual Maui Ukulele Festival is a full afternoon of ukulele music at the first-class venue, the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. Bring your lawn chairs or roll out a blanket on the lawn and enjoy some of the islands’ favorite ukulele players. Since 2006, the Maui Ukulele Festival has featured Herb Ohta Sr. (Ohta-San), Jake Shimabukuro, Holunape, Raiatea Helm, Manoa DNA, Paula Fuga, Richard Ho’opi’i, Brittni Paiva, Kelly Boy Delima, Derek Sebastian and more, including local kupuna and keiki…Find out more »
This year, we highlight the multiethnic cuisines of Hawai‘i, originating from the plantation era: Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Filipino, Korean, Okinawan and Puerto Rican. Ethnic foods & cooking will be demonstrated in the Plantation Life tent along with displays of cooking implements in a 20th century kitchen, preserving methods and vegetable gardens. Musical Lineup for Lahaina Plantation Days On Friday 10/16, it’s Ikaika Blackburn & Leohone, Ekolu from #Maui and the one & only Uncle Willie K. On Saturday 10/17,…Find out more »