JOIN US FOR MAUI COUNTY'S BIGGEST SHOPPING DAY OF THE YEAR!

Maui County's largest products show, the 6th Annual Made In Maui County Festival features over 140 vendors offering a wide variety of locally made products, including food, produce, art, crafts, jewelry, fashions, furniture, gifts, collectibles and more. Held at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center in Kahului, you'll enjoy a full day of shopping along with live entertainment, fashion and talk shows, food trucks, prize drawings, just to name a few. Come see why Maui County is no ka oi (the best)!

FriDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2019
1:30pM - 6PM

EXCLUSIVE SHOPPING DAY
• Get a one-day head start on your Festival shopping!
• Opening ceremonies at 5 pm with free light pupus.
• 3 food trucks in the Pasha Hawaii Food Court.
• Chance to win fabulous prize drawings (must be present to win).
• Free event totes for all shoppers!
Cost: $35 per person; children 12 and under free.
(Tickets available at the MACC Box Office starting August 1st.)

1:30pM - 6PM

WHOLESALE BUYERS EVENT
Complimentary admission for qualified wholesale buyers and distributors who register.
Please click here to register online.

Where:

Maui Arts & Cultural Center

One Cameron Way
Kahului, Maui, HI 96732

Saturday, November 2, 2019
8Am - 4:30pm

THE BIG FESTIVAL DAY!
• Live entertainment, fashion & talk shows.
• 15 food trucks in the Pasha Hawaii Food Court.
• Plus prize drawings throughout the day (need not be present to win).
• First 2,000 attendees receive a free Festival tote!
Cost: $5children 12 and under free.
(Purchase that day only at MACC Box Office.)

 

FREE SHUTTLES ON SATURDAY:

To/from War Memorial Gym & MACC, 7:45 am - 4:45 pm

FREE PARKING:

On Friday: UH-Maui College Parking Lot
On Saturday: War Memorial Gym

 
The Made in Maui County Festival has become the premiere local products venue on the island. It is a showcase of the hard work and creativity in our local community, and buyers from around the state and across the nation are getting word that this is the place to be if they want to see the best that Maui County has to offer.
— Mayor Alan Arakawa