Maui Arts & Entertainment

Weekend Round-Up: 4th Friday, Zeptember, Jazz & Blues

September 23, 2011, 3:26 PM HST
* Updated September 23, 5:49 PM
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Editor’s Note: The Courtyard Party for Paia 4th Friday is reported to have been canceled this month. Courtyard shops will continue to be open until 9 p.m., however.

By Madeline Ziecker

Paia's 4th Friday. Photo by Madeline Ziecker.

PAIA FOURTH FRIDAY Starts around 6 p.m. Friday, September 23 in Pa’ia Town. Free.

As more and more businesses become involved in Paia’s monthly event, North Shore residents have more to look forward to on Friday night.

The Paia Inn will host a mellow gathering, inviting all to enjoy music, wine, and cheese.


Turnbull Fine Art will be featuring Contemporary Artist Lori Koprowski’s new collection with live music in the courtyard in front of the gallery.


For those who enjoy adult beverages, Milagro’s will be serving $3 Corona’s and $6 Patron Margaritas until 9 p.m.

ZEPTEMBER Starts 7 p.m. Saturday, September 24 at Mulligan’s On The Blue. $20 in advance, $25 at the door. 

Mulligan's On The Blue Zeptember Poster.

Maui residents and tourists alike can look forward to hours on end of Led Zeppelin’s best hits, covered by a range of skilled musicians including Shawn Michael, Josh Greenbaum, Joette Burke, Ryan Rego, Marci Olson, Kanoa Kukaua, Jessica Rabbit, Murray Thorne, Mary Jane Babashoff, Nils Rosenblad, Phil Ellison, Chris Sendrey, Kasi Nunez, Cheryl Rae, Jack Gist, Lia Live, Darrin Lenett, Pete Sebastian, John Carroll, Sebrina Barron, Steve Hart, Chad Kaya, Byron Townsend, Stef Lomeli, Kit Okazaki and Danyel Alana.


MAUI JAZZ & BLUES FESTIVAL  Starts 4 p.m. Saturday, September 24 at The Grand Wailea Resort. $20

Poster courtesy of the Maui Jazz & Blues Festival

Jazz & Blues lovers on Maui are about to have their cravings satisfied this weekend at the Grand Wailea Resort for a day of music.

The First Annual Maui Jazz & Blues Festival will take place in the Grand Wailea’s “Molokini Garden.” For $20, festival guests can experience an array of Jazz & Blues performances by legendary musicians such as Les McCann, Javon Jackson, Del Feayo Marsalis, Tom Scott, Skip Martin, Brian Stoltz, Brother Noland Blues, David Choy & SLAM, Henry Allen, Brittni Paiva, Benny Uyetake and the Kalama Intermediate School Ukulele Jazz Cats, and Zenshin Daiko Taiko Drummers.

The final event surrounding the festival is the Jazz Sunday Brunch with jazz guitar master Henry Allen at the Grand Wailea Resort from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m on September 25.

For tickets and more information, visit

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