Maui Arts & Entertainment

Spooktacular Virtual Halloween Costume Contest Oct. 1-24

October 4, 2021, 10:26 AM HST
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A virtual Halloween costume contest is being held Oct. 1-24 for Maui kids, pets and ohana. Photo Courtesy: The Shops of Wailea

A virtual Halloween Costume Contest is taking place now through Oct. 24, for children, ohana and pets to win Spooktacular gift baskets with prizes from merchants at The Shops at Wailea.

Participants, who must be Maui residents, can enter by posting photos of their creative costumes on public Instagram accounts with the hashtag #ShopsHalloween.

Costumes will be judged on creativity. Participants can enter one costume per category (there will be no multi-category submissions).

  • Keiki Ages 0-2
  • Keiki Ages 3-5
  • Keiki Ages 6-10
  • Ohana (no age limit)
  • Pets

Prizes will be awarded for first, second and third place winners in each category from various stores and restaurants.

“The Shops at Wailea Halloween Costume Contest has become one of our favorite events, and though we’ll miss another year of seeing everyone in person, we want to ensure the safety and health of our community,” said Diana Whitt, General Manager and Vice President Property Manager at The Shops at Wailea. “We are eager to keep the event going online so we can still see everyone’s costumes and celebrate Halloween.”

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Costumes must be family friendly. Entries must be submitted by 5 pm on Sunday, Oct. 24. Winners will be announced on The Shops at Wailea’s Instagram on Oct. 27. Winners will be contacted via Instagram direct message to schedule pick up of their prize. No purchase is necessary. This contest is not sponsored by Instagram, nor is Instagram associated with this contest.

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For more information and complete contest details, please visit The Shops at Wailea on Facebook and Instagram or visit TheShopsatWailea.com.

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