November usually brings all kinds of exciting celebrations to The Valley Isle and beyond. From annual festivals to Thanksgiving and Black Friday, November is one of our favorite times of year on Maui. Keep an eye out for the arrival of our resident humpback whale population, and we hope to see you living it up on Maui with us this month!
What’s happening on Maui for November 2020?
That’s still up in the air… Many businesses are opening back up, but we’re not sure at what capacity.
We’re starting to see the reopening of businesses. Shoot us a message with any events that are still scheduled that you think will still be happening. We don’t know when the Coronavirus travel restrictions will end, so please let us know what you have planned. We’ll add it here! Also, get Hawaii Coronavirus Updates.
Made in Maui Festival (Virtual)
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7-8
8 AM – 5 PM
The 7th Annual Hawaiian Airlines Made In Maui County Festival is going virtual! Shop your favorite Maui County made products and watch the exciting Livestream with vendor demonstrations and interviews with local celebrity hosts, musical entertainment, a chef’s demonstration, and more! Please share this with your friends and family across the world.
Time will tell what happens this month!
For more information or to see the best weekly, monthly, and yearly celebrations, check out our calendar of Upcoming Maui Events.
Maui Events November 2020
Here’s a breakdown of events that usually happen in November. Once we get more confirmation, we’ll add specific details to this list. Keep in mind, unless there’s a note below in red, it’s probably not happening in November.
- Foodie events
- Carden Jamboree
- Friday Parties
- Makawao Rodeo
- Island Art Party events – Still happening!
- Dancing workshops
- MACC concerts
- Arbor Day events
- Made in Maui Festival
- Hawaii International Film Festival
- Kula Harvest Festival
- Aloha Kalikimaka Gala benefiting Pacific Cancer Foundation
- Surf Contests and more!
Mahalo for reading our list of the top local Maui events of November 2020! We are thrilled to welcome the holiday season, and can’t wait for all of our visitors and residents to celebrate in style. Aloha!