101 Things to Do (Maui) - - Land Diversions -

Founded in 1994 as a place for the Maui com­mu­nity to gather, cre­ate and cel­e­brate its artists and cul­ture, MAUI ARTS & CUL­TURAL CEN­TER (MACC) is a suc­cess­ful venue that has done just that. Not only does the cen­ter host vis­it­ing mu­si­cians and per­form­ers, it also of­fers CLASSES, EX­HI­BI­TIONS of lo­cal artists' works, along with HULA, DRAMA AND MU­SI­CAL PER­FOR­MANCES by is­land tal­ent. MACC is lo­cated at 1 Cameron Way in Kahu­lui, across the road from the Kahu­lui Har­bor be­tween Maui Com­mu­nity Col­lege and Keop­ualani Park. Call (808) 242-7469, or go to mauiarts.org or more in­for­ma­tion. MAUI THE­ATRE, lo­cated in his­toric La­haina Town, is also home to a many pro­duc­tions, and a Las Ve­gas-qual­ity show cre­ated es­pe­cially for Hawai‘i. So while you're in the mood for art and en­ter­tain­ment, shake things up with The King of Rock ‘n' Roll at BURN’N LOVE. Yes, Elvis is en­ter­tain­ing the is­land for TRIPAD­VI­SOR’S NO. 1 THE­ATER & CON­CERT AT­TRAC­TION ON MAUI! Tap your toes, and shake, rat­tle and roll your hips as you re­live the ex­cite­ment of ELVIS IN HAWAI‘I at Maui The­atre. This dy­namic show is sure to please both young and old with Elvis' ir­re­sistible charm, dance moves, sul­try vo­cals and glitzy costumes. Fall in love all over again with the nos­tal­gia of ev­ery Blue Hawaii Mon­day, Tues­day, Thurs­day and Fri­day even­ing. As a feel-good bonus to your fun, a portion of ev­ery ticket sold will go to Maui Food Bank. For more in­for­ma­tion, go to burnnlove.com. BURN'N LOVE (808) 856-7900

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