Maui Arts & Entertainment

Steven Tyler Maui Concert, Dec. 27

December 23, 2018, 6:40 PM HST
* Updated December 10, 12:47 PM
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Steven Tyler, award-winning singer, songwriter, philanthropist and member of rock band Aerosmith will be performing at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center on Thursday, Dec. 27, 2018.

Steven Tyler will perform at the MACC on Dec. 27. PC: MACC.

Steven Tyler is a Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and the Songwriters Hall Of Fame artist and he has sold more than 150 million records, both as solo artist and as a member of the legendary rock band Aerosmith. He has won multiple Grammy Awards, American Music Awards, and Billboard Music Awards, plus an Emmy Award and the ASCAP Founders Award.

As the lead singer of Aerosmith, Tyler is one of the most iconic rock stars in history. During the band’s remarkable career, he has played in front of millions of people and influenced artists from the worlds of rock, hip-hop, country music and beyond.

He’ll be accompanied by his touring band, The Loving Mary Band.

Ticket options include $65 for general admission as well as $79, $89 and $129 tickets.


Gold Circle tickets are $179 and include premium seating and access to Yokouchi Courtyard bars and restrooms.


A limited number of Meet & Greet VIP Packages are also available at the MACC Box Office.  The Meet & Greet VIP Package includes Gold Circle seating, artist meet-and-greet and a souvenir show laminate.

  • To purchase tickets, visit the MACC Box Office, 1 Cameron Way in Kahului, between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, or call (808) 242-SHOW.  Tickets may also be purchased at anytime online.
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