Did you know
all wear Aloha shirts to work? It’s the same concept as “business casual” in The States. Local Maui professionals dress down and wear their iconic Aloha shirts to get a fun-loving atmoshpere going. The weekends signal major activity on the islands, which means increased revenue.
The Chamber of Commerce works hard to make Friday’s a special time for visitors. The creation of “Aloha Friday” has fostered the growth of many weekend traditions.
Maui Friday Town Party
Maui Friday Town Parties happen every Aloha Friday with the first Friday being Maui Friday Town Party – Wailuku! Spearheaded by the Maui County Office of Economic Development, each party highlights one of Maui’s historic small towns and along with their unique, local businesses. Whether it’s an eccentric art show in Lahaina or a paniolo party in Makawao, each town creates an authentic atmosphere including great food, stellar music and local vendors!
Both tourists and locals anticipate the weekend with its special night of hospitality, Maui culture, and free entertainment! It’s always fun and we always find great food, vendors selling unique items and plenty of island hospitality and comraderie
Safe wholesome nightlife? Skip the bars
If you are looking to find wholesome, family friendly nightlife in Maui, then take the time to check out the numerous free (and fun) activities at Maui Friday. Geared toward familes and tourists, Maui Friday Town Parties showcase Maui‘s historic towns and celebrate the unique nature of their businesses & communities. Enjoy a special night of interaction and fun, punctuated with free entertainment, special offers and Friday-only promotions from each town’s family of merchants. The schedule rotates with Wailuku First Friday, Lahaina Second Friday, Makawao Third Friday, Kihei Fourth Friday and on those special months when there is a Fifth Friday you can take the ferry over to Lanai to join.