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Wassup This Weekend: May 28–31

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By Maui Now Staff

Wondering what to do this weekend? Maui Now staff has compiled a chronological listing of some of the island’s best events scheduled from Thursday through Sunday, May 28 to 31. Look for this information no later than every Thursday afternoon.

May 24–30

restaurant week waileaRESTAURANT WEEK WAILEA
Participating Restaurants • Wailea Resort • May 24 – May 30
Wailea Resort continues their highly successful RESTAURANT WEEK WAILEA bi-annual dinner promotion starting Sunday, May 24, thru Saturday, May 30. Chefs at participating Wailea Resort restaurants prepare amazing three-course pre-fixe dinner menus for $29, $39, $49 per person (tax and gratuity not included). One dollar from each entree sold goes to the Maui Food Bank. Printable menus are available online.

Thursday, May 28


Kawehi. Courtesy photo.

The MACC to Present Hawaiian Indie Artist
The MACC • McCoy Studio Theater • 7:30 p.m.
Hawaiian independent artist Kawehi is a multi-talented “one-woman band” performing dynamic ensembles using beatboxing, a guitar, keyboard and computer music software.

Josh Kahula and Preston Ako in LahainaKahula and Ako to Perform Hawaiian Music Concert in Lahaina
Baldwin Home Museum Lawn • Lahaina • 6–7:30 p.m.
Maui residents and visitors are invited to enjoy a relaxing evening of traditional and contemporary music with Josh Kahula and Preston Ako at Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s free, monthly Hawaiian Music Series concert.



Boursier-Mougenot Exhibit Opens at Schaefer Gallery
The MACC • Schaefer International Gallery • Through July 18
A sound installation by French artist and composer Céleste Boursier-Mougenot is on exhibit. Boursier-Mougenot creates intriguing works that explore the potential of common objects as a means to compose music in a given space. Schaefer International Gallery is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and before Castle Theater shows and during intermissions.

Saturday, May 30

Comedian Brian Regan. Photo courtesy Brian Friedman.

Laugh at The MACC with Brian Regan
The MACC • Castle Theater • 8 p.m.
Comedian Brian Regan will bring his live comedy tour to The MACC. The perfect balance of sophisticated writing and physicality, Regan consistently fills theaters nationwide with fervent fans that span generations. His 10-year, non-stop theater tour has hit almost 100 cities each year.


trevor hallSolo Sessions at The MACC: Trevor Hall
The MACC • McCoy Studio Theater • 7:30 p.m.
The MACC’s Solo Sessions series features dynamic acoustic performances, and up-and-coming indie rocker Trevor Hall more than fits the bill. His captivating live performances and growing popularity have led to sold-out tours across the US. He has toured with Steel Pulse, the Wailers, Jimmy Cliff, Matisyahu, Michael Franti, Colbie Caillat, SOJA and others

Sunday, May 31

Photo by Jack Grace.

Mark Twain to ‘Visit’ the Pioneer Inn in Lahaina
Pioneer Inn • Lahaina • 6:30 p.m.
Maui residents and visitor alike are invited to enjoy a performance of “An Evening with Mark Twain” by Rick Scheideman. A cash bar will be provided.

PaaKeAupuni- Jan11Heritage Film Festival: Moving Home and Paʻa Ke Aupuni
The MACC • McCoy Studio Theater • 3 p.m.
Paa Ke Aupuni is a one hour animated video history of the Hawaiian Kingdom, with narration that provides an overview of important facts and events centered on Hawaii’s complex political history. One of the main goals of this film is to give people today a shared, common understanding of Hawaii’s history in order to make more informed decisions about the future of Hawaii. Q&A will follow the film screening.”

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