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List: 2021 Halloween Events on Maui

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Keōpūolani Halloween Drive-Through. (10.31.20) PC: County of Maui / Shane Tegarden

“Halloween is on,” according to Maui Mayor Victorino. While a return to door-to-door tradition is allowed this year, the Mayor is encouraging drive-thru options. A list of upcoming events is posted below:

Halloween in Lahaina – West Maui Drive-Thru Trick-or-Treat Monster Maze

The Drive-Thru Trick-or-Treat Monster Maze is a free public event from 5 to 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 31 in the north parking structure at the Outlets of Maui. Participants must pre-register for a time-slot, and space is limited.

Entrance to the event will be off Papalaua Street and vehicles will exit onto Waineʻe Street.

Families will be greeted by Aerial Aliens, Stilt Walkers, Sirens, Haunted Pirate Ship, Flash mobs and more. The event is a partnership with the Lahaina Town Action Committee, Outlets of Maui, Fuzz Box Productions and the Rotary Clubs of Lahaina, who are providing goodie bags for keiki.

NOTE: All attendees must stay in their vehicle and wear their mask.

Registration is now open at the following URL (cut and past in your browser):

Keōpūolani Halloween Drive-Through. (10.31.20) PC: County of Maui / Shane Tegarden

County Presents Free Halloween Drive-Thru Adventure at Keōpūolani


The County of Maui will join forces with businesses and community organizations to present a free Halloween Drive-Thru Adventure at Keōpūolani Regional Park in Kahului from 4:30 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 31. No reservations are needed, just drive up and enjoy the fun.


“Trick-or-Treating is A-okay throughout Maui County for this year’s Halloween,” said Mayor Michael Victorino. “In addition, the County is offering families a safer, hassle-free event with our drive-thru Halloween adventure and treats without tricks.”

Event highlights include Maui Classic Cruisers’ vintage car showcase, LahainaTown Action Committee’s popular Mystery Maze, and a Pumpkin Patch. Generous treat stations will be staffed by volunteers from the County and community partners.

Enter the Halloween Drive-Thru Adventure by making a right turn on Wahinepiʻo Avenue onto Keōpūolani Parkway. A Keiki Buckle-up Area will be available for families with babies and young children so youngsters can get safely get back into their car seats and boosters before exiting onto Kanaloa Avenue.

Skitter photo via pexels.

Social Media Scavenger Hunt for Halloween Hosted by Lahaina Gateway


Lahaina Gateway will host a virtual Halloween scavenger hunt Oct. 24-29, with followers searching for hidden Halloween items in an upcoming Lahaina Gateway Facebook and Instagram post and providing the answers via direct message.

Three winners will be chosen at random from those with the correct answers. 

Winners will be notified on Oct. 30 via direct message to schedule a time to pick up their prize, which will be from the shopping center’s stores and restaurants.

“Though festivities will remain virtual this year for everyone’s safety, we are delighted to host this social media giveaway as a fun, interactive holiday activity for the Maui community,” said Diana Whitt, General Manager/Vice President Property Manager at Lahaina Gateway on Hono’api’ilani Highway in Lahaina. 

This contest is open to Maui residents, and accounts must be public to enter. There is no purchase necessary. This giveaway is not sponsored by Instagram or Facebook, nor are they associated with this giveaway.

Hui No Ke Ola Pono to Host Haunted Drive-Thru and Health Fair at UHMC

Hui No Ke Ola Pono will host Holoholo Heleuī, a free and fun “spooktacular” community health event at the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College on Saturday, Oct. 23 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

There will be a unique and interactive trunk-or-treat drive-by Halloween experience that follows the spooky tale of Kapena — a sailing captain who loses gems and seeks revenge.

Participants will have a chance to travel back in time through a Haunted Shipyard and complete three missions to lift the curse set by Kapena and his crew.

Keiki can also show off their cute, creepy, and creative Halloween costumes in a virtual costume contest. Photos can be submitted online here. The deadline to submit photos is Friday, Oct. 22 at 5 p.m. Winners will be notified no later than Halloween, Sunday, Oct. 31.

In addition to family-friendly events, Hui No Ke Ola Pono is making health care conveniently available. Families who would like their flu shot or COVID-19 vaccine are welcome to receive their immunizations. COVID-19 vaccines are only available for people ages 12 and up with a valid ID. If available, recipients should bring their insurance card with them.

Free dental cleanings and screenings will also be available for keiki. No insurance necessary. Families are asked to register their keiki for dental care prior to the event. Register here.

Those participating in this free, family-friendly event are asked to enter off Wahinepiʻo Avenue through the back parking lot of the UH Maui College campus.

Azeka Shopping Center Hosts Virtual Costume Contest

Azeka Shopping Center will celebrate Halloween remotely this year with a Virtual Costume Contest. Families are encouraged to share their costumes with the community, Oct. 10-31. 

Participants can submit a photo by using the hashtag #AzekaHalloween in the Facebook or via an Instagram post.

Entries are open to all families and keiki ages 1-10, who can earn a chance to win $50 in “Azeka Gift Card Bucks.

Winners can use the $50 at any participating store or restaurant at Azeka. Winners will be chosen based on two prize categories “Spookiest Costume” and “Most Creative Costume.”  Prizes will be given to winners in both the keiki and ʻohana categories. 

*Please ensure your profile page privacy is set to public in order to enter the contest. Those who wish to keep their profile private can direct message a screenshot of their post to @AzekaMaui on Facebook or Instagram. 

More information is available by calling 808-879-5000 or visiting

2021 CandyLane – at King’s Cathedral Maui

2021 CandyLane is a free drive-thru community event for families. The event takes place on Friday, Oct. 29, from 4 to 7 p.m. Registration is available online.

Virtual Pet Costume Contest at Kīhei Kalama Village

Pet owners are invited to celebrate the spooky season with Kīhei Kalama Village by sending a picture of their pet’s awesome Halloween costume to the center’s Virtual Pet Costume Contest.

“Whether your fur baby is a cat, dog, or lizard (scale baby?), we want to see a photo of it. Share your pet’s outfit this year in a friendly contest for everyone to enjoy,” according to an event announcement.

Use the hashtag #KKVhalloween2021 with costume submissions on social media for a chance to win $50 in KKV Gift Cards. The $50 gift cards can be used at any participating store or restaurant within Kīhei Kalama Village. The contest will run Oct. 10-31, and winners will be chosen shortly after.

*Make sure your social media account privacy is set to public in order to enter. Users who have their profiles set to private can send their post via private or direct message.

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