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April 2024 Maui Calendar of Events

April 2024 will surely be a month brimming with excitement and entertainment on our beautiful island of Maui! This month’s calendar of events is packed with those that promise laughter, music, and vibrant celebrations. From side-splitting comedy to soulful Hawaiian melodies and colorful festivals, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Let’s start with…

Wanda Sykes: Please & Thank You Tour 2024

Wand Sykes is an Emmy winning, fourteen-time nominated stand-up comic, writer, actress and producer. Nominated for two 2023 Primetime Emmy Awards for her latest Netflix Special. This show will contain mature subject matter.

Must Read: This event will be a phone-free experience. Use of phones, smart watches, and accessories will not be permitted in the performance space. Upon arrival at the venue, all phones, smart watches, and accessories will be secured in individual Yondr pouches that will be opened at the end of the event. Guests maintain possession of their devices at all times and can access them throughout the event only in designated Phone Use Areas within the venue. All devices will be re-secured in Yondr pouches before returning to the performance space. Anyone seen using a device (phone, smart watch, or accessories) during the performance will be escorted out of the venue.

Date: Friday April 5, 2024; Gates open at 5:30pm, Showtime is 7pm Where: Castle Theater, Maui Arts and Cultural Center, 1 Cameron Way, Kahului 96732. TICKETS: $49.50, $65, $85 (plus applicable fees). Available online only here!

Circus Lolo at South Maui Gardens

South Maui Gardens’ “Second Saturday” April 13th Community Event features a FREE Sneak Peek Performance by Circus Lolo. Circus Lolo is a life-size, live-action cartoon parody of a circus! It’s a zany, action-packed comedy performance that combines razor-sharp irony with slapstick fun. Dozens of nutty characters, in ridiculous costumes, perform an array of fantastic, imagined circus acts, as Crescendo.

No other Maui-based circus includes a free luau, a possible humpback whale sighting or the very strong actuality of an appearance from Sasquatch! Think of an actual circus. Now clear your mind. Circus Lolo is like nothing else ever! ALL ages welcome. Free event. Free Parking. BYOB!

When: April 13, 2024, 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Gates open at 5pm. Where: South Maui Gardens, 35 Auhana Rd, Kihei, HI 96753

The Green w/Special Guest Allen Stone + Seven Suns

Easily one of our favorite touring artists hailing from Hawaii and returning to the MACC is The Green, the continuously popular and successful reggae band formed in 2009 in Oahu. With almost a decade and a half in the music industry, The Green deserve to be recognized as one of the most successful and adored bands to come out of Hawaii.

In fact, they are among the very first reggae bands from the Hawaiian islands to extensively tour the US mainland, supporting American reggae bands including Rebelution, Iration, SOJA, and even Jamaica’s Damian Marley.

Grammy winning pop superstar Bruno Mars even selected The Green to open his three sold out shows at Honolulu’s Blaisdell Arena in 2014 and his two sold out dates at Honolulu’s Aloha Stadium, our state’s largest outdoor venue, in 2018. Check the video above and feel the unique energy of a fully sold out show for The Green. We highly encourage buying tickets sooner rather than later, as this show will most likely sell out; hope to see you there!

When: April 19, 2024 6:00pm – 10:00pm, Pre-concert food & beverages available in the A&B Amphitheater Lawn beginning at 4pm. Where: Where: A & B Amphitheater and Yokouchi Pavilion, Maui Arts and Cultural Center, 1 Cameron Way, Kahului 96732. Tickets available online here: $49.50 (General Admission) & *$89.50 (VIP) (plus applicable fees). Prices increase day of the show. Seating is first come first serve on the bleachers. *All VIP ticket holders receive access to Front of Stage and exclusive access to the Yokouchi Pavilion bars and restrooms.

Maui Half Marathon

Valley Isle Road Runners (VIRR) through the Annual “Maui Marathon and Half Marathon”, proudly presents the 54th running of The Maui Marathon! The impact of the Maui Marathon, the oldest marathon west of the Rockies and the longest consecutively held running event in Hawaii, is a testament to the celebration of community, athleticism, and the captivating beauty of Maui.

Photo Courtesy: @mauimarathonhi on Instagram

What sets the Maui Marathon apart is not just its scenic splendor, as acknowledged by Runner’s World magazine, but also its tangible support for the local community, with an emphasis on the Hawaiian culture. By sourcing products and services from local businesses, including critical services for the safety and seamless operations of the event, the marathon serves as a vehicle fo r economic vitality and community engagement. This year, due to the West Maui fires, there will only be the Half Marathon.


When: April 21, 2024 5:30am – 12:00pm. Where: For 2024, the Start/Finish line has been moved to the Maui Tropical Plantation with a revised event course. The Half Marathon will start from the Sugar Mill and finish at the Maui Tropical Plantation. See the race path below:

Courtesy: Maui Marathon

Artist 2 Artist – Henry Kapono & Kala’e/Kalena plus…

Henry Kapono rose to immense popularity with the phenomenon of Cecilio & Kapono (aka C&K) as half of the duo with Cecilio Rodriguez. They helped forge the sound of ’70s Island Music, with laid-back contemporary rock that voiced the feelings of an entire generation in Hawai‛i. Today he is one of Hawai’i’s most popular recording artists and presides over Kapono Inc., one of our island’s top multi-function entertainment companies. This month’s series features a few local musical standouts:

A dynamic husband-and-wife duo, unites Kala’e Parish, a multi Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award-winning Hawaiian country artist, with Kalena, a former Kapena group keyboardist and vocalist, also a multi-award winner. Together since 2018, they’ve captivated audiences worldwide. Kala’e Parish is currently promoting the release and tour of his brand new album “Where I’m Going” and the duo is also gearing up for an EP drop by the end of 2024.

Special Guest Maui Artist Pat Simmons Jr.

Pat Simmons Jr. is a talented musician hailing from Haiku, Maui, where he draws inspiration from the island’s natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. As the son of Pat Simmons, a founding member of the legendary rock band The Doobie Brothers, music has always been an integral part of his life. Growing up in a musical household, Pat Jr. developed a deep appreciation for a variety of genres, from rock and blues to Hawaiian and folk.

Embracing his roots, Pat Simmons Jr. has carved out his own path in the music industry, blending contemporary sounds with traditional Hawaiian influences. His music is a reflection of his love for the environment and his commitment to sustainability, often featuring themes of nature conservation and cultural awareness. With a soulful voice and skillful guitar playing, Pat Jr. continues to captivate audiences both in Hawaii and around the world, honoring his family’s musical legacy while adding his unique touch to the evolving soundscape of Hawaiian music.

When: April 26, 2024. Show starts at 7:30pm. Where: McCoy Studio Theater, Maui Arts and Cultural Center, 1 Cameron Way, Kahului 96732. Tickets: $45, $55, $75 (plus applicable fees). Sold online only here

Color Festival Hawaii

Photo Courtesy: Discover Imua/Color Festival Hawaii

The Color Festival Hawaiʻi is a modern American version of a traditional Indian Holi Festival, a thousand-year-old ritual of throwing and applying of colored powders on friends and family, which gives the holiday its common name, “Festival of Colors.” Clouds of colors dancing in the wind carry the message of love and happiness across to all who participate.

The Color Festival Hawaiʻi is a FUNraiser and a FRIENDraiser; like IMUA – it celebrates the path forward together. Treat yourself to energetic music, amazing foods, and explosions of color as we come together to celebrate the uniqueness of each and every child and person. The throwing of colors will be accompanied by DJ Sweet Beats and live music from Silky Sister, Rabbit, Little Monarch, Shea Derrick & Full Flavor Band, Sierra, and the Gretchen Rhodes Band. Maui’s best food trucks will also be on site to provide ono grindz and sweet treats. Color packets will be available for sale inside the event.

When: Sunday, Apr 28 2024, 12:00-6:00pm. 11:30 am – Gates open / Music starts at 12pm. 5:30pm – Group Color Throw. Where: Events Lawn, Maui Arts and Cultural Center, 1 Cameron Way, Kahului 96732.

As this month’s festivities draw to a close, we reflect on the incredible experiences that Maui has offered. From the laughter-filled nights with a renowned comedian and the mesmerizing performances of The Green to the spirited strides of marathon runners and the electric hues of the Holi festival, each event has added a unique flavor to our island life. We look forward to the continued celebration of talent, culture, and community spirit in the months to come. Mahalo for being a part of this vibrant journey, and stay tuned for more exciting events on Maui!

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