Maui needs our help. In response to the devastating fires on Maui, organizations across Hawaiʻi have joined together to produce “Maui Ola: A Benefit Concert for Maui,” including live concerts on Oʻahu and Hawaiʻi Island and a broadcast fundraiser. One-hundred-percent of the proceeds will support Maui’s severely impacted communities. All artists, production staff and broadcast partners are donating time and resources to deliver a resounding message to Maui and the rest of the world. In times of need, Hawaiʻi bands together and helps one another. 100% of all $20 ticket sales will be evenly distributed to four organizations: Maui United Way, Hawaiʻi Community Foundation, Hawaiʻi People’s Fund, Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement. More info: Maui Ola: A Benefit Concert for Maui – Bishop Museum
Can’t make it to the in-person concert? Stand with Maui and show your support wherever you are: tune in on TV, on mele.com, on social media, on the radio. Invite family and friends to join you. Share the calls for support with everyone you know. Let’s send Maui our strength, support, and aloha. Donate: Maui Ola (scroll down the page for donation links).
The live broadcast will begin at 6 p.m and will be available on an unprecedented number of broadcast platforms, including mele.com, local TV stations—KGMB, KHNL KFVE, KITV, KIKU, KHON, KHII, PBS Hawaiʻi—a variety of radio stations including 92.3 KSSK, Island 98.5, Hawaiian 105 KINE, KCCN FM100, KQMQ, HI93 FM, KAPA Hawaiian FM, KPUA 670 AM, KWXX 94.7 FM, KAOY 101.5 FM, KNWB 97.1 FM, KMWB 93.1, CBS 1500 and other partners’ websites, including hawaiinewsnow.com, ESPN Honolulu, and Honolulu Magazine. The live broadcast will also feature performances from the Maui Ola concert on Hawaiʻi Island.
Maui Ola at Bishop Museum FAQ
- This is a rain or shine event. No refunds under any circumstances.
- Bring blankets, towels, and low-back chairs for lawn seating. Strollers for children are allowed.
- No umbrellas allowed.
- No coolers, outside food, drinks (including any containers with water) allowed.
- Empty water bottles are allowed and can be filled at one of the Museum’s water refill stations.
- No smoking or vaping of any kind.
- Bags, purses, or backpacks are subject to search
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