Congratulations, high school is over. Now, for some of you 18 and over teens, a more adult world opens up. The Underground: Hawaii’s only teen nightclub in Lahaina keeps teens entertained and safe. Events are alcohol and drug free.
Jazz musicians on drums, guitar, ukulele, bass, and saxophone unleash their skills onstage at the Four Seasons Resort on Lana’i, on June 3 and June 4.
The ranching and farming lifestyle of Upcountry Maui will be celebrated in the Upcountry Ag and Farm Fair June 11 and 12, 2011.
From May 31 to June 5, the non-profit organization Both Sides Now, (BSN) has created a weekend of activities for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered population on Maui.
Emma Veary, the Golden Voice of Hawaii, revisits the golden age of Waikiki in a one of a kind performance, set to air June 5 on PBS Hawaii.
The John Jorgenson Quintet and Hot Club of Hulaville will play sizzling hot jazz in homage to 100 years of Django’s contribution to music, on Sunday, June 5, at the MACC.
It’s another Friday and there’s people to see, music to hear, and friends to gather with. Here are some choice picks for this weekend: The MACC and Anuhea featuring Erin Smith.
They just landed on Maui, but the Wayans Brothers, hit the ground running with a morning radio interview before tonights comedy show at the MACC.
Months later, the ripples from Japan’s massive quake continue to be felt in waves of Aloha. On May 21, Hard Rock Café in Lahaina will host a Jam for Japan benefit concert.
Sean Naauao is the featured musician that tonight’s edition of Slack Key Masters at the MACC. Get your fill of Fish and Poi and other ono songs!
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