Maui Weekend Events – June 7

Aloha friends! The Kapalua Wine and Food Festival is the star of this weekend on Maui. We also have the second race of regatta season taking off from Kahului Harbor on Saturday morning. The Voice top 20 contestant Kamalei is performing a Homecoming concert this Friday night at the Grand Wailea. Maui Ocean Center celebrates World Ocean day on Saturday with a special $10 Kama’aina rate.

John Wilmington III & William Boogie Wainui Regatta

canoe race on maui

Saturday’s Race is hosted by Nā Kai ʻEwalu and takes off from Kahului Harbor. This will be an all-day event with races, food and community. Check out Hawaiian Canoe Club for Race Schedule and more.

Kapalua Wine and Food Festival

red wine from a bottle being poured into a glass

Foodies and wine enthusiasts rejoice as the Kapalua Wine and Food Festival kicks off Thursday and runs through the weekend. The festival features several wine tastings, dinners or hors d’oeuvres pairings and tastings every night of the event as well as Champagne Brunch on Sunday. Festival passes are sold out. A la carte tickets for individual events are still available.

Kamalei Homecoming Performance

Maui native and The Voice top 20 contestant, Kamalei, will perform a Homecoming concert at Grand Wailea this Friday night. Show time is 6 – 10 pm. Doors open at 5:30 pm. Food and beverage available for purchase.  General admission and VIP labels available.

World Ocean Day at Maui Ocean Center

USA Today Reader’s Choice recently named the Maui Ocean Center top ten aquariums in the country. To celebrate this and honor World Ocean Day, the ocean center is offering kama’aina $10 tickets this Saturday. Arlie Asiu will be performing in the Discovery Plaza and fun activities for the keiki will also be on display in the park.

Real Estate

I recently listed a new parcel in Kula and currently have 5 large acreage listings Upcountry and North Shore Maui.

2505 Kula Hwy Former Enchanted Maui Gardens created by Master botanist Kazuo Takeda of Japan.

4355 Lower Kula Road one of Kula’s finest parcels of land ever to be available for a private estate.

Nahiku 50 acres in a special part of Nahiku, minutes away from Hana. Price recently reduced.

1900 Pulehu Road 148 acres open ranchland with diversified fruit trees and other crops, unique gulch/ dry riverbed boundaries.

Kula I’o 15 acres 7+ acres buildable area offers lots of options.

Please feel free to reach out regarding any of these or any other property on Maui you’d like to discuss.

Anything Else This Weekend or Next?

I am always looking to promote other weekend activities for Maui organizations. If we are missing anything, drop me a line any time for future happenings. Mahalo!!!

As always, have fun and stay safe! Hope to see you out there this weekend.

About Me

As a lifelong resident of Maui and realtor for over 20 years, I have a unique long-standing relationship with residents and visitors alike. I bring a deep understanding of the many layers and subtleties of Maui’s Real Estate industry. My broad ranging experience allows me to better understand and meet your needs. Whether you are buying or selling your first home, a second home, an investment property, looking to do a 1031 exchange or even large land transactions and subdivisions, I have done it all. I love water sports, mainly international competition in canoe paddling, one man canoe, surfing, paddle boarding, Jiu jitsu training, soccer, rugby, family time, friends, socializing, food, pets, work and staying active.

If you ever want to chat about what’s happening in the Real Estate market on Maui or have any questions on your equity, current options and their tax advantages or disadvantages or to discuss any other real estate needs, feel free to call, text or email. I am here for you!

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