9. LOSE YOUR­SELF IN A SHOW

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For a mes­mer­iz­ing per­for­mance, head to KA‘ANA­PALI BEACH HOTEL. Known for its em­pha­sis on all things Hawai­ian, the hotel is a perfect venue for KUPANAHA.

KUPANAHA weaves Hawai­ian his­tory and myth with il­lu­sion and spe­cial ef­fects. Veteran ma­gi­cian Jody Baran headlines the show with his wife, Kath­leen (an ac­com­plished dancer), in a per­for­mance that cre­ates sen­sa­tions of won­der and awe. With the “KUPANAHA DANCERS” in tow, it is in­deed pure magic. The even­ing af­fair in­cludes COCK­TAILS and a MULTI-COURSE MEAL. Reser­va­tions are re­quired. Visit kupanaha.com. WARREN & ANNABELLE’S show has been ro­tat­ing its very tal­ented cast, in­clud­ing ac­claimed show­man WARREN GIB­SON, to as­sure that no two shows are ever alike. You'll be amazed as hours of fun, food, drinks and en­ter­tain­ment fly! Shows sell out quickly, so be sure to re­serve your seats ear­lier for this spell­bind­ing even­ing. NOTE: Guests must be 21 YEARS OR OLDER with valid ID. Visit war­renan­dannabelles.com to learn more. While in show mode, kick things up with The King of Rock ‘n' Roll at Maui The­atre. Shake, rat­tle and roll at BURN’N LOVE, TRIPAD­VI­SOR’S NO. 1 THE­ATER & CON­CERT AT­TRAC­TION ON MAUI. This show brings back the magic of ELVIS IN HAWAI‘I for au­di­ence mem­bers young and old through danc­ing, sul­try vo­cals and glitzy costumes. As a bonus to your

Blue Hawai‘i nos­tal­gia, Maui Food Bank re­ceives a portion of ticket sale prof­its. Visit burnnlove. com for de­tails. FOUREVER FAB has Bea­tles fans singing “Here Comes the Sun!” The No.1-ranked show on O‘ahu ac­cord­ing to TripAd­vi­sor, Fourever Fab is a Bea­tles trib­ute band that brings the Bri­tish In­va­sion to life on the Maui The­atre stage. The elec­tri­fy­ing show chron­i­cles the band's ca­reer from its de­but on the through the Ed Sullivan Show years. Ex­pect hits such Abby Road as “Twist and Shout,” “Can't Buy Me Love” and “Let it Be.”

This new Maui show in­cludes a trib­ute to Bea­tle Ge­orge Har­ri­son, who made a home for him­self in Nahiku, just off Hana High­way.

Other en­ter­tain­ment jaunts in­clude ‘IAO THE­ATER, an 80-YEAR

OLD LAND­MARK in Wailuku that con­tin­ues to pro­duce sea­son af­ter sea­son of great the­ater. Since open­ing in 1928, the the­ater has been noted for sev­eral mile­stones: the de­but of the first talk­ing film on Maui; the premiere of From Here to

host­ing Hollywood greats Eter­nity like Bob Hope and Frank Si­na­tra on­stage; and a con­tro­ver­sial screen­ing of . Deep Throat

Also, MAUI ON­STAGE, one of the long­est-run­ning the­ater com­pa­nies in the U.S., main­tains an ac­tive en­ter­tain­ment sched­ule. Find out what's on tap at mauion­stage.com. BURN'N LOVE (808) 856-7900 FOUREVER FAB (808) 365-7535 KUPANAHA (808) 667-0128 OR (800) 262-8450 NA LIO MAUI (808) 270-2255 WARREN & ANNABELLE'S (808) 667-MAGIC (6244)

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