Maui Business

Lahaina Loft Announces Fourth of July Celebration

July 2, 2018, 6:01 PM HST
* Updated July 2, 10:37 AM
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Lahaina Loft, Maui’s newest venue for weddings, corporate events and social gatherings, will transform its space into the party spot to celebrate Independence Day. Located on historic Front Street, Lahaina Loft offers guests a place to gather and enjoy the Front Street festivities.

“We are so excited to offer something special to the Maui community,” said Denise Black, Lahaina Loft managing partner and creative visionary. “Our location is right in middle of all the patriotic festivities happening in Lahaina Town, so we thought adding to the merriment would be a fun way to celebrate.”

Lahaina Loft is featuring two ticket options for their 4th of July party, which takes place from 4:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. For $25, the General Party Pass grants access to an air-conditioned event space, dancing to live music by DJ Ron, refreshments and a photo booth to capture the fun memories. An upgrade to the VIP Pass for $50 gives guests exclusive access to the venue’s lanai during the fireworks extravaganza.

Each party pass permits guests to come and go, allowing patrons to also leisurely stroll through the historic Lahaina, watch band performances, enjoy shopping, and participate in the town’s 4th of July activities throughout the evening. Children under two years old are free of charge and must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets can be purchased online. Lahaina Loft does not control the fireworks and cannot control timing or visibility of the show.


Lahaina Loft is located on 736 Front Street, above the Lahaina Galleries. For more information or inquiries, visit or call (808) 868-0540.

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