Maui Events March 2016

Maui Events March

While most people are still battling snow flurries and icy roads, March in Maui is just another gorgeous month.  If you’re looking for some fun after the sun goes down, we’ve got a fantastic list of music and grinds that will make this month feel like paradise!  

For more information or to see the best weekly, monthly and yearly celebrations, check out our calendar of Upcoming Maui Events.

Maui Events March 2016


Every Saturday night in March:

Maui Chef’s Table- Saturday Nights– Come experience the “Maui Chef’s Table” culinary adventure on the grounds of Maui Tropical Plantation on Saturday nights. Please check their calendar for dates and tickets.
Maui Chef's Table
Island Art Party– With a paint brush in one hand and a glass of wine in the other, you will have no problem finding your inner artist here!  Please check their calendar for dates and times.  On the third Tuesday of each month, Island Art Party brings its awesome art parties to The Maui Brewing Co. in Kihei. Come paint a beautiful painting and enjoy happy hour pricing in the tasting room all night! Only $39.00 and it sells out quick so book early!

Activities Maui


March 3 

5th Annual Upcountry Music Festival:  Featuring Na Ali’i Big Band, KSM Jazz Rock Ensemble, S. E. Kalama Intermediate Concert Band, Kamehameha Schools Maui Concert Band, Seabury Hall Concert Band, King Kekaulike High School Wind Ensemble.

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet presents Juan Siddi Flamenco Santa Fe:  Juan Siddi Flamenco Santa Fe galvanizes global flamenco talent in electrifying and authentic showcases conceived in the company’s home base of Santa Fe, NM. Founded in 2008, the company’s crowd-pleasing performances immerse aficionados as well as those newly fascinated by flamenco in a centuries-old world of song and dance.


March 4

Wailuku First Friday:

Live music, ono grinds, shopping and family fun entertainment on Wailuku’s historic Market Street! For more information, please call 808.270.7710

Sarah Chang, Violin, & Julio Elizalde, Piano:  Sarah Chang is recognized as one of the world’s great violinists.  Julio Elizalde is one of the most sought-after and multifaceted artists of his generation.  Settle in for a classically perfect night.


March 5

Wooden Crate Cabaret at Lumeria Maui with Mike Love:  Join us at Lumeria Maui for the Wooden Crate Cabaret; an evening of musical expression and culinary grandeur!

Lunasa with Tim O’Brien:  Lúnasa, described by the Associated Press as “the hottest Irish acoustic group on the planet,” joins forces with Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and instrumentalist, Tim O’Brien, in a rich and exciting concert of trans-Atlantic collaboration.

Santana:  Long before the category now known as “world music” was named, Santana’s ever‐evolving sound was always ahead of its time. With a dedication to humanitarian outreach and social activism that parallels his lifelong relationship with music, Carlos Santana is as much an exemplary world citizen as a global music icon.


March 6

Lee Brice and Jerrod Niemann:  Lee Brice returns to Maui after his hugely successful MACC concert last year.  Recording artist and Nashville hit-maker, Jerrod Niemann, is adding the finishing touches to his upcoming album, which will follow his RIAA Gold-certified multi week #1 smash, “Drink to That All Night.”  This is country at its best!


March 8

Maui Solar Eclipse Fair:  A partial solar eclipse is coming to Maui!  The National Solar Observatory and the Maui Science Center invite you to come safely experience the beauty of the crescent Sun.

Baldwin High School Band:  Join us in the Castle Theater for our annual School Band Concert Series, featuring H.P. Baldwin High School’s spring concert—one of the longest running annual concerts in Hawaii!


March 11

Lahaina Second Friday:  Live music, ono grinds, shopping and family fun entertainment on Lahaina’s famous Front Street!

Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra Joel Rezven, Conductor; Joyce Yang, Piano:  Maestro Joel Revzen leads this program featuring Manuel de Falla’s, Nights in the Gardens of Spain, Strauss’s dazzling, Don Juan, and selections from Bizet’s, Carmen.

Latin Dance Party:  Kihei Canoe Club Annual Fundraiser for a night of dancing and fun…Tickets are available for purchase at Mulligans Bar.


March 14

Lahainaluna High School Band:  This concerts allow the next generation of musicians to experience the same world-class stage setting that the superstars enjoy.


March 16

Maui Energy Conference:  Join energy experts and stakeholders from across the U.S. to learn about the latest advances in clean energy and how Hawaii plans to achieve the new 100% RPS target.


March 17

Hawai’i Farmers Union United community potluck:  Bring a potluck dish that feeds 7-8 folks OR purchase a meal.  The events include a featured chef, farming education, a raffle and more!


March 18

Makawao Third Friday:  Live music, ono grinds, shopping and family fun entertainment on Makawao’s Baldwin Avenue!

The Midtown Men:  Don’t miss this electrifying and soulful new production with its top-shelf choreography, incredible vocal performances and legendary onstage chemistry.


March 19

Mill House Restaurant Grand Opening!   Come join us for one of the tastiest openings on Maui!  Live music, champagne, and great food.  This hot date is reservations only.  They will fill up quickly, so make sure to grab yours before they’re gone!  The reservations start at 5:15 pm.

Hawai’i’s Natural High Presents An Evening with Comedienne Wendy Liebman:  Wendy Liebman took a class called, “How to be a Stand-up Comedian” at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education in 1985, and since then, she’s performed on Carson, Letterman, Leno, Fallon, Kimmel, Ferguson, and Hollywood Squares, and in clubs throughout North America.


March 20

Maui Pops Orchestra Spring Pops:  Maui Pops Orchestra’s Spring Pops concert features internationally acclaimed pianist, Ian Parker, who has performed with many of the finest orchestras in the U.S. and Canada. He will be performing Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1.

What is Mana?:  The word mana is used often in our community but do we really know what it means or refers to? Is it power? Is it spirit? Is it a life force? Is it an energy or something else altogether?  A group of community experts come together to share and discuss this topic and what it might mean to you.


March 24

Lisa Fischer and Grand Baton:  Lisa Fischer is stepping into the spotlight at last. After four decades of singing background for icons like the Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Chaka Khan, and Nine Inch Nails, Lisa is finally offering her own humble, heartfelt song, accompanied by her inventive new band Grand Baton.


March 25

Kihei Fourth Friday:  Live music, ono grinds, shopping and family fun entertainment at Kihei’s Azeka Shopping Center!


March 26

Starry Night Cinema: INSIDE OUT:  Maui Arts & Cultural Center presents another Starry Night Cinema event! Bring a low-back beach chair and/or a blanket and spread out on the lawn for a special screening of “Inside Out!”


March 31

Hawaiian Music Series Concert in Lahaina:  Enjoy the sweet island sounds of up-and-coming musicians who sing traditional and popular tunes, play ukulele, slack key and contemporary guitar. Limited seating is provided; mats, blankets or low beach chairs are welcome.

We’re adding an early April event so you have  change to scoop up a ticket before its too late!

April 2

Maui County Agricultural Festival:  On the first Saturday in April, Maui County Farm Bureau along with the farmers, ranchers and agricultural allies present the annual Maui County Agricultural Festival to share agriculture’s vital role in the economy, environment, and lifestyle of Maui.

With all the fun that March offers, you’ll need a nap come April!

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