Live Consciously, Consume Sustainably: Maui Earth Day Festival

April 27, 2011, 12:46 PM HST · Updated April 28, 5:53 AM

By Katie McMillan

With two stages of live music, speakers, vendors, food, keiki activities, and a local farmers market, the 2011 annual Maui Earth Day celebration takes place this Sunday at the Ke’Opuolani Park Amphitheater in Wailuku (behind the Maui Nui Botanical Gardens/opposite War Memorial Stadium). Gates will be open to the public from 10am-5pm.  Admission is $7, and keiki are free.

(Photo courtesy of Josh Bergeron) Mama Earth Cafe will be back serving their healthy cuisine at Maui Earth Day Festival 2011.


The music lineup features some of Maui’s favorite artists such as Lei’ohu Ryder, FreeRadicals Projekt, Maui Underground, Divino’s All Stars, Omar and the Soultones, Haiku Hillbillys, Maesyn, DreamingBear Kanaan, and the Sounds of Jah.  The Gerit Williams Band will be making their official debut. Mayor Arakawa, Rob Parsons (Maui County Environmental Coordinator), and Lorrin Pang (District Health Officer), will be joining us among other environmental speakers. Virtual attendees can watch a live internet broadcast at

In keeping with the “Live Consciously, Consume Sustainably” theme, attendees are encouraged to bring their own non-breakable plates, cups, water bottles, & utensils.  Please carpool.  Maui Earth Day Festival is an alcohol-free and drug-free event. Community involvement is encouraged. Volunteer and sponsorship opportunities are available.  For more information please call 280-8596 or visit

(Photo courtesy of Josh Bergeron) Lei'ohu Ryder will be leading the Opening Blessing at Maui Earth Day Festival 2011

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