Starting this Friday, Maui OnStage is offering two different shows to get you into the holiday mood, both playing at the historic Iao Theater.
This weekend offers opportunities to hear music from Los Lobos and Makana, see encore screenings Maui Film Festival favorites or shop ’til you drop in Kula.
This Saturday, Nov. 23 from 4 to 10 p.m. is the Maui Film Festival’s First-Ever ‘FirstNight of FirstLight,’ a trio of encore showings.
Take your pick of two very different offerings: a spoken word “choreo-poem” performance and a discussion of the Tibetan Buddhist practice of fearless death.
Referred to as “one of the greatest living slack key guitar players” by Esquire, we talk to Makana about his new album and the influences that led to it.
It’s the weekend and these particular 48 hours offer fundraisers galore and three funky – two perhaps even avant garde – shows at the MACC.
Get ready to experience a contact high this Sunday, Nov. 17 when Slightly Stoopid and Barrington Levy play the MACC’s Yokouchi Pavilion.
Check out brittle stars, urchins, and octopi as Pacific Whale Foundation’s marine educators introduce you to creatures that roam Hawaii’s tide pools at night.
Boz Scaggs, whose music centers around blues, R&B, rock and jazz will be playing the MACC this Thursday, Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m.
Clowns, Hamlet, hula, one-man plays and dessert: this weekend has it all. Click here to get the deets.
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