Maui Arts & Entertainment

Save the Date: 97th Maui Fair, Oct. 3-6, 2019

March 7, 2019, 4:50 PM HST
* Updated March 8, 10:31 AM
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Maui Fair, file photo by Wendy Osher.

Fair organizers have announced the dates for this year’s 97th Maui Fair, happening Oct. 3-6, 2019.

Maui’s largest event, this year appropriately themed, Create Memories, Share Moments, returns for its 97th year providing something for everyone with fun, multi-cultural food, exhibits, entertainment, contests, entertainment and quality time with family and friends.

Fair organizers say total attendance last year was 90,000 individuals.

The Maui Fair is the primary source of funding for many of Maui’s nonprofit and community organizations. It relies entirely on corporate and local business sponsorships, and volunteers for support.

The public is invited to get involved with this community tradition by becoming a sponsor. For more information contact [email protected]

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The Fair opens with the traditional parade (Maui’s largest) Thursday, Oct. 3 and will continue with rides, food, entertainment and more through the evening of Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019.

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Organizers say the Maui Fair is a symbol of family tradition. It attracts locals and visitors alike to enjoy an alcohol-free, smoke-free and drug-free family-oriented educational event that features an array of local food, entertainment, an EK Fernandez Joy Zone, plus horticulture, orchid, livestock, homemaking, photo and art exhibits and competitions.

Find unique and innovative products and services in the “Maui Fair Products & Services” Tent, and visit the Events Arena for how-to demonstrations. There will also be a return of the Maui Fair Street Party, happening Friday through Sunday at 5:30 p.m., and På Hale Hawai`i presented by Pūnana Leo o Maui.

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