Aloha, residents and visitors! With spring in full force and whale season still in swing until next month, rest assured that it’s one of the best times of year for a trip to The Valley Isle. This month, we’re excited for a number of exciting events, from concerts to festival events, foodie dinners, paint parties and plenty more.
For more information or to see the best weekly, monthly and yearly celebrations, check out our calendar of Upcoming Maui Events.
Maui Events April 2019
Saturday Evenings (April 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th):
Maui Chef’s Table – Come experience the Maui Chef’s Table culinary adventure on the grounds of Maui Tropical Plantation! Enjoy 9 courses of unique, farm-fresh cuisine and craft cocktails, all prepared in a gorgeous island setting. Please check their calendar for dates and tickets. $150 per person, including tax and gratuity; 6pm – 9:30pm.
Maui High School Spring Band: Head to the Castle Theater for the annual School Band Concert Series with the Maui High School Band. These free concerts allow the next generation of musicians to experience the same world-class stage setting that the superstars enjoy.
Lahainaluna High School Music Department: The public is invited to support Maui’s hard-working young performing artists by attending this free concert.
Atmosphere: Throughout their 20-year career, Atmospherehas managed to continually tweak and strive to perfect their formula, while neither straying too far off their path, nor resorting to playing it safe.
Wailuku First Friday: Live music, ono grinds, shopping and family fun entertainment on Wailuku’s historic Market Street.
The Merwin Conservancy Presents Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer in the Green Room: The Merwin Conservancy hosts an intimate evening in The Green Room with Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer, a plant ecologist, writer, professor, enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, and founding director of the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment.
Family Class at Island Art Party: From 2pm to 4:30pm, reserve a spot in Kihei’s family-friendly painting class. Painting an island-inspired landscape, this class is open for ages 8 and up.
31st Annual Pundy Yokouchi Memorial Golf Tournament: Join us for the 31st annual Pundy Yokouchi Memorial Golf Tournament, a fundraiser for the MACC’s many arts and education programs that impact the Maui community. The day will be full of good fun, refreshments, a luncheon at Café O’Lei, a chance to win $10,000 or a new car, and terrific prizes. Come play golf and support the MACC.
Sean Dorsey’s ‘Boys in Trouble’: Trailblazing transgender choreographer Sean Dorsey returns to the MACC stage with “Boys in Trouble,” a new production that unpacks masculinity with unflinching honesty, from unapologetically trans and queer perspectives.
Lahaina Second Friday: Live music, ono grinds, shopping and family-fun entertainment on Lahaina’s famous Front Street.
Color Festival Hawaii: In the spirit of inclusion, celebrating the beauty of diversity and the uniqueness of each and every child, this spectacular and colorful event will feature energetic, nonstop, live music for dancing from headliner Rayland Baxter of Nashville TN, DJ Boomshot, Shea Butter & The Cream, and Yum Yum Beast…. all leading to the throwing of colors!
St. Anthony High School Band: The public is invited to attend and support Maui’s hard-working young performing artists at this free concert at the MACC.
Makawao Third Friday: Live music, ono grinds, shopping and family-fun entertainment on Makawao’s Baldwin Avenue.
Maui Heart Walk: By participating in the Heart Walk, you’re joining a million Heart Walk Heroes from across the nation raising funds for lifesaving science. Science that can teach us all how to live longer and be Healthy For Good.
Artist 2 Artist – Henry Kapono and Amy Hanaialii: In this final concert in the MACC’s Artist 2 Artist series this season, two artists talk-story, play music, and have fun! Each concert features Henry Kapono and a different guest artist in an intimate format that offers the audience a rare opportunity to get up-close and personal.
Kalama Intermediate School Band: The public is invited to attend and support Maui’s hard-working young performing artists at this free concert at the MACC.
Kihei Fourth Friday: Live music, ono grinds, shopping and family-fun entertainment at Kihei’s Azeka Shopping Center.
26th Annual Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival: The Maui community and visitors alike are invited to spend the day, bring their families and lawn chairs and join the Haiku community to enjoy fabulous live entertainment, culinary delights from local restaurants and the Haiku Ohana, the famous Haiku School bake sale, one of the largest silent auctions on Maui, floral design contest, a Haiku historical display, plenty of activities for Keiki and much more.
We hope you have a wonderful month’o fun on Maui, and mahalo for reading!