On the first Friday of every month, Market St turns into a pedestrian zone and laid-back street party, with several bands, lots of tasty food options, and even a beer garden. This is Wailuku at its finest, so don’t …
Top slack key guitarists take the stage at this fun event, held on the lawn of the Maui Arts & Cultural Center each June.
This celebration of Hawaiian culture features children’s choral groups singing native Hawaiian music. The aloha-rich event is held in late November/early December at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.
Get a feel for Maui’s agricultural roots at this venerable fair held in late September or early October, with farm exhibits, tasty island grinds and a dazzling orchid display.
Held outdoors at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center on a Sunday in mid-October, this aloha event showcases uke masters from Maui and beyond.
This road race begins in Kahului and ends 26.2 miles later at Whalers Village in Kaʻanapali.
This old-Hawaii-style festival held towards the end of the year at the Bailey House Museum features hula, music, crafts and food. You won’t find a friendlier community scene. Phone the museum to check dates.