Maui Arts & Entertainment

Two-Day MayJah RayJah Festival at A&B Amphitheater

June 28, 2016, 11:51 AM HST
* Updated June 28, 11:52 AM
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MayJah RayJah logo.

MayJah RayJah logo.

Maui audiences have the opportunity to experience The MayJah RayJah Music Festival at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s A&B Amphitheater on July 29 and 30, 2016.

Gates will open at 4 p.m.; the concert begins at 5 p.m.

The annual island concert celebrating seven years as Hawai‘i’s “must-experience” music festival returns with an all-star lineup.

Established in 2009, The MayJah RayJah has become a true staple in Hawaii’s island music scene.

Since its inception, this annual event has delivered over 30 festivals on four different islands, attracting tens of thousands of loyal island music fans.


This year’s lineup includes national recording artists, J Boog (Let’s Do It Again), Iration (Falling, Time Bomb), and international reggae superstar Matisyahu (King Without A Crown, One Day, Jerusalem, Sunshine).


Also featured is reggae legend YellowMan, SpawnBreezie, Aotearoa’s Sons Of Zion, Eli-Mac, Rebel SoulJahz and more.

In a commitment to advancing the community, this year, The MayJah RayJah Music Festival will benefit the Partners in Development Foundation. Since 1997, PIDF has been dedicated to drawing upon the ancient Hawaiian cultural traditions to meet the current challenges facing today’s Hawaiian population.

Using vital traditional concepts such as the ahupua‘a system of land and environmental stewardship, and ho‘ona‘auao, traditional mentorship in education, PIDF creates and implements programs to address the needs of at-risk groups within the Hawaiian community, such as preschool children, their caregivers and economically depressed neighborhoods.


Tickets Prices
$59/GA one-day pass (advance); $65 one-day pass (day-of-show)
$100/VIP one-day pass
$109/GA two-day pass
$190/VIP two-day pass
(plus applicable fees )

Buy Tickets
Friday, July 29
Saturday, July 30

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