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Concerts at The Shops at Wailea with Makana Concerts at The Shops at Wailea with Makana

Maui

March 18, 2020:
Concerts at The Shops at Wailea with Makana. Join us for a night of music with Makana. Concerts at The Shops is a free, monthly concert series that is open to the public and features headlining musicians from across the Hawaiian Islands. This community event occurs on the third and fifth Wednesdays of every month at the main Fountain Courtyard. The Shops at Wailea is Maui’s premier shopping and dining destination with more than 70 distinct boutiques, shops, restaurants and galleries. For more information, visit our website at, www.theshopsatwailea.com or call us at (808) 891-6770.

Keiki Art Party

Maui

March 16, 2020:
Keiki Art Party. Calling all keiki ages 8-12! Kick off Spring Break with a Keiki Art Party and enjoy a friendly painting competition at Island Art Party in Azeka Maui. Admission, supplies, and art are FREE with a donation of canned goods! Support the Maui Food Bank while painting to the theme of: Malama ka Honua: To Care for our Island – Earth. Submit a photo of your artwork for a chance to win a special prize! Space limited to 90 participants. Please make your reservation today: http://bit.ly/3cgMceX Parents or guardians are required to accompany children.

Jake Shimabukuro

Maui

March 14, 2020:
Jake Shimabukuro. Castle Theater; 7:30 pm Jake Shimabukuro’s deft finger work and virtuoso technique transform the ukulele into an instrument of boundless capabilities. Jake has been at the forefront of the reinvention of the ukulele, and includes elements of jazz, blues, rock, pop, classical, and flamenco in his playing. Now a worldwide star, his 2011 release, Peace Love and Ukelele, rose to #1 on Billboard’s world music charts. This, and subsequent albums (Grand Ukelele, Travels, and Dragon), showcase the depth and breadth of Jake’s talent and musical explorations, as he mixes in pop covers with his own intricate compositions. Hoonanea preshow festivities start at 5:30 pm, with local craft vendors and live music in the courtyard. Tickets: $15, $25, $45, $65, $85 (plus applicable fees); 10% discount for MACC members and half-price kids 12 and under.

Retrospective: Deybra Fair – Trinkets, Tokens and Treasures of a Charmed Life

Maui

March 13, 2020 – May 08, 2020:
Retrospective: Deybra Fair – Trinkets, Tokens and Treasures of a Charmed Life. The Retrospective Series was designed to acknowledge the contributions of individuals who have made a profound influence on local art and to share their work and ideas with the community. The Hui is honored to present celebrated Maui artist Deybra Fair as the Retrospective Artist for 2020. Deybra Fair’s show is a collection of assemblages, installations and mixed medium works commemorating her expansive 40-year mixed media art career on Maui. As an avid collector of found objects, Deybra’s dimensional memoir invites the viewer to take a journey into her treasure trove of trinkets for a show that is bound to inspire and excite.

Calder Quartet

Maui

March 12, 2020:
Calder Quartet. McCoy Studio Theater; 7:30 pm Winners of the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant, the Calder Quartet are widely known for the discovery, commissioning, recording, and mentoring of some of today’s best emerging composers. Inspired by the innovative American artist Alexander Calder, the Quartet’s desire to bring immediacy and context to the works they perform creates an artfully crafted musical experience. Hailed as “Superb” and “imaginative, skillful creators” by the New York Times, the Quartet captivates audiences by exploring a broad spectrum of repertoire and always striving to fulfill the composer’s vision in their performances. The group’s distinctive artistry is exemplified by a musical curiosity brought to everything they perform and has led them to be called “one of America’s most satisfying—and most enterprising—quartets” by the Los Angeles Times. The Calder Quartet includes Benjamin Jacobson, violin; Andrew Bulbrook, violin; Jonathan Moerschel, viola; and Eric Byers, cello. Tickets: $40, $50 10% discount for MACC Members and half-price kids under 12 (plus applicable fees) Tickets on sale to members: Friday, November 15 Tickets on sale to public: Friday, November 22

Traditional Coconut Weaving with Maui Grown 808

Maui

March 21, 2020 – September 19, 2020:
Traditional Coconut Weaving with Maui Grown 808. Learn to work with lau niu (coconut leaves): weave, pattern, shaping, and form. Participants will weave a lei poo (head lei), peahi (fan), and a hanging umeke (basket) with cultural practitioners, Ui Kahue and Mario Siatris. Cost: $65, or $40 for current garden members. Email info@mnbg.org for reservations. Workshop support provided by Hawaii Tourism through the Kukulu Ola Program. Additional classes will be held on 6/20 & 9/19.

Maui Pops Orchestra Spring Pops Concert

Maui

March 08, 2020:
Maui Pops Orchestra Spring Pops Concert. A truly captivating entertainer, Capathia Jenkins returns to the Maui Pops Orchestra stage to provide an afternoon of pure bliss – this time sharing the spotlight with the phenomenal vocalist/pianist Tony DeSare. DeSare was named the 2009 Rising Star Male Vocalist in Downbeat magazine, and his career has been on fire ever since. Along with the 50+ member Maui Pops Orchestra, these two engaging talents will explore The Great American Songbook, featuring music of George & Ira Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart, and so much more!
Tickets: $60, $50, $35, $22 plus applicable fees – ½ price for Kaunoa seniors and students 18 & under in the $60/$50/$35 price sections. 808-242-SHOW or online at www.mauiarts.org

Exhibit: Art Maui 2020

Maui

March 08, 2020 – April 03, 2020:
Exhibit: Art Maui 2020.
Exhibit: Schaefer International Gallery Open every day, 10am – 5 pm (Also open before Castle Theater shows and during intermission) Art Maui returns for its 42nd annual juried show featuring an array of work from Maui’s vibrant artist community and showcasing talents across a wide spectrum of media. Visitors can look forward to seeing works in painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, fiber, jewelry, sculpture, and mixed media. FREE Admission!

Hinamatsuri – Girl’s Day Festival Brunch Celebration

Maui

March 08, 2020:
Hinamatsuri – Girl’s Day Festival Brunch Celebration. Join in a traditional celebration of Hinamatsuri – Girl’s Day Festival – at Kaanapali Beach Hotel. Enjoy special dishes at our brunch buffet including Char Siu Glazed Pork Loin, Roasted Shoyu Chicken Thighs, Wok-Fried Mahi Mahi, Kim Chee Fried Rice, and made-to-order Saimin! Girls can participate in kimono dress-up and photo taking, and Japanese crafts. Sunday, March 8th, from 9am to 1pm. Adults: $50, Children (6 to 12yrs.): $28, Children (5 and under): FREE with paying adult. Reservations are required: call 667-0124 or visit www.TikiTerraceRestaurant.com.

Theo Von – Dark Arts

Maui

March 07, 2020:
Theo Von – Dark Arts. Castle Theater; 7:30 pm Theo Von is a stand-up comedian, podcaster, TV personality, host, and actor. His podcast, “This Past Weekend,” is one of the top comedy podcasts, garnering five million listens a month on audio alone. Theo has appeared numerous times on Joe Rogan’s podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience,” regularly on Joey Diaz’s “The Church of What’s Happening Now,” and was voted guest of the year on “The Fighter and the Kid” by TFATK listeners in both 2017 and 2018. Von was the host of TBS’s hidden camera show “Deal With It,” which ran for three seasons. His 2015 Netflix special is titled “No Offense,” and he also hosted Yahoo’s popular daily recap show, “Primetime in No Time,” one of the most-watched shows on the web with nearly one million views per day. Tickets: $29, $35 (plus applicable fees; prices increase on day of show)