Fairgoers mark your calendars! Create memories and share moments that will last a lifetime at the 97th MAUI FAIR on October 3, 4, 5 & 6, 2019.
Maui’s biggest event, this year aptly themed, Create Memories, Share Moments, will return for its 97th year presenting something for everyone with fun, exhibits, top-notched entertainment, ono multi-cultural food, contests, and quality time with family and friends.
The Maui Fair is the principal source of funding for many of Maui’s community and nonprofit organizations. It depends entirely on corporate and local business sponsorships and enlistees for support. You can also get connected with this perennial community tradition by becoming a sponsor.
The Fair will open with the traditional parade on Thursday, October 3 and will continue with rides, food, top-notch entertainment and more through the evening of Sunday, October 6, 2019.
The traditional Maui Fair parade announces the opening of the 97th Fair on Thursday, October 3, 2019, starting at 4:30 p.m. The Parade will commence from UH Maui College Campus, turn right onto Ka’ahumanu Avenue, and proceed to Kanaloa Avenue.
All Mobile units MUST ENTER from the Beach Road onto Wahinepio Drive, and proceed to their designated staging area. The large units are requested to assemble by 2.30p.m. so that they can put finishing touches to their units.
Walkers leaving in between will not be allowed along Ka’ahumanu Avenue. Walkers will be dropped off on Wahinepio Drive and can walk through the campus to their specified area. After drop off, vehicles will be allowed to continue to the Stadium Parking Lot for pick up at the parade’s end, or may be parked at the UH College Maui Campus field. There is a parking fee at both parking lots. We suggest carpooling to minimize traffic congestion.
UH, Maui College Campus has again graciously volunteered to make restroom facilities available for parade participants. The Hale Lua Building restroom will be open and observed by Officers for safety and capacity control.
They will be posted to direct units. Marshals in marked green shirts will be patrolling the entire parade route to assure rules are followed and to aid any unit that may need help.