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Start Summer at Wailuku First Friday

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1By Maui Now Staff

Start your summer celebration at Wailuku First Friday Town Party on June 5.

As always, it’s a fun, free, family evening under the Maui moon.

Stroll with the community at this street party and enjoy food, entertainment and more.

  • A Free Yoga Class at Body Alive at 4:45 p.m.
  • Maui Classic Cruiser, mini car show on Market Street at 6 p.m.
  • The Ezay, Live music at Wailuku Banyan Tree Park at 6 p.m.
  • Daniel Shishido live music at 33 N. Market Street at 6 p.m.
  • Jimmy Mac and the Kool Katz, live music at the Maui Thing, 6:15 p.m.
  • Adam’s Family night at the ʻĪao Theater
  • Hawaiian Music at the Beer and Wine Garden
  • The Wailuku Cam with Harry Eagar doing live interviews, courtesy of Kamaaina Loan cash for Gold

For motorists, Market Street will be closed to through traffic beginning at 5:30 p.m. No cars will be permitted to park on the street and may be ticketed.

Maui Medical Group offers free parking for the event at the facility’s lot near the Main/High Street intersection. Find the event with GPS by entering “Maui thing, 7 North Market Street.”


The Wailuku First Friday event is a free community street party showcasing Maui artists, crafters, and food vendors. For vendor information and to make reservations, contact coordinator Alan Taktani at (808) 281 2801.


Other town parties include:

  • Second Friday – Lahaina
  • Third Friday – Makawao
  • Fourth Friday – Kīhei
  • Fifth Friday will be celebrated on May 29 on L ānaʻi

For more information on Wailuku First Friday, call (808) 878-1888, or visit the “Wailuku First Friday” Facebook page to stay informed on the latest happenings.

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