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  • Old Lahaina Luau

    Considered the best luau on Maui, the Old Lahaina Luau is certainly the most traditional. Immerse yourself in making kapa (bark cloth), weaving lauhala (coconut palm fronds), and pounding poi at the various interactive stations. Sitting either at a table or on a lauhala mat, you can dine on Hawaiian cuisine such as pork laulau (wrapped with taro sprouts in ti leaves), ahi poke (pickled raw tuna tossed with herbs and seasonings), lomilomi salmon (rubbed with onions and herbs), and haupia (coconut pudding). At sunset, the historical journey touches on the arrival of the Polynesians, the influence of missionaries, and, later, the advent of tourism. Talented performers will charm you with beautiful music, powerful chanting, and variety of hula styles from kahiko, the ancient way of communicating with the gods, to auana, the modern hula. You won't see fire dancers here, as they aren't considered traditional. This luau sells out regularly, so make reservations before your trip to Maui. www.oldlahainaluau.com.

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  • Pacific Whale Foundation Island Rhythms

    If you're going out on a Friday, opt for a relaxing cocktail cruise with local reggae artist Marty Dread. You can fill up on barbecued pulled-pork sandwiches and chicken satay while you enjoy live music. Marty's classic reggae covers and original tunes will have you dancing your way back to the harbor. www.pacificwhale.org.

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  • Moose McGillycuddy's

    The Moose offers live or DJ music on most nights, drawing a young, mostly single crowd who come for the burgers, beer, and dance-floor beats. Tuesday and Saturday dollar nights are highly popular, offering dollar domestic and well drinks with your dollar admission. Local bands play Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights.

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  • Maui OnStage

    Located at the Historic Iao Theater, this nonprofit theater group stages five shows each season. Productions include shows such as The Wizard of Oz, Rent, and SHOUT! The Mod Musical. Each October, it holds a haunted-theater experience in honor of Halloween. The audience is mostly locals, but visitors are warmly welcomed. www.mauionstage.com.

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  • Maui Film Festival

    In summer, this weeklong international festival attracts big-name celebrities to Maui for cinema and soirees under the stars. Throughout the year, the Maui Arts & Cultural Center presents art-house films on selected evenings, often accompanied by live music, cocktails, and wine. www.mauifilmfestival.com.

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