3 Maui Events to Fill Your February Calendar
Posted by Mapuana Andrade on Friday, February 10th, 2023 at 2:59pm
JIM GAFFIGAN: DARK PALE TOUR!
Showing Thursday, Feb 23, 2023, at 7:30 PM at the Castle Theater!
"Jim Gaffigan is a six-time Grammy-nominated comedian, actor, writer, producer, two-time New York Times best-selling author, three-time Emmy-winning top touring performer, and multi-platinum-selling recording artist. He is known worldwide for his unique brand of humor, which largely revolves around his observations on life.
A top ten comedian according to Forbes' 2019 comedy list, Jim released his eighth stand-up special, The Pale Tourist, on Amazon. He was also recently awarded for being the first comedian to reach one billion streams on Pandora. His 9th stand-up special, Comedy Monster, premiered on Netflix last December."
You can purchase tickets at mauiarts.org starting at $49! Tickets are only sold online.
KA HUAKA'IHELE "The Journey "
Showing on Saturday, Feb 25, 2023, at 6:30 PM at the Castle Theater!
Celebrate a special evening by witnessing the 20-year anniversary of Grammy nominee and multi Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award winner Kumu Hula Kamaka Kukona!
"Born on Maui, this musician, vocalist, songwriter, record producer, kumu hula and educator earned the Male Vocalist of the Year and Most Promising Artist awards at the 2014 Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards. Kukona is one of only six Hawaiian musicians to be awarded both awards on a debut music album – Hanu ` A'ala. The success of this album also earned a nomination in the 57th Annual Grammy Awards for Best Regional Roots Music Album. At the time, Kukona was the only Hawaiian music artist nominated for this category. He also went on to be awarded the Male Vocalist of the Year award at the 2018 Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards."
Witness the stunning performance of the Kumu along with his students of Hālau o ka Hanu Lehua and several notable guest artists, including the talented Kalani Pe'a & Amy Hanaiali'i.
Guests who arrive early can enjoy performances by Ei Nei and various food and beverages for purchase.
You can purchase tickets at mauiarts.org for $55! Tickets are only sold online.
17TH ANNUAL WHALE TALES RETURNING TO THE RITZ-CARLTON MAUI, KAPALUA
February 17-20, 2023, 8:00am-5:00pm
Join leading scientists, photographers, and conservationists this February as Whale Tales returns to The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua.
Whale Trust is a Maui-based whale research and education organization that brings together global whale and marine science enthusiasts to educate, enlighten, and unite our community with the latest knowledge in whale research!
"The 2023 event will bring marine scientists from Central America (Joëlle De Weerdt), Mexico (Dr. Jorge Urbán), Philippines (Dr. Jo Marie Acebes), Japan (Dr. Nozomi Kobayashi), British Columbia (Dr. Jim Darling) and Hawai'i (Dr. Meagan Jones, Dr. Marc Lammers) together for a comprehensive update on humpbacks across the North Pacific region.
In addition to visual presentations from Whale Trust research photographers Flip Nicklin and Ralph Pace, Whale Tales will feature award-winning filmmakers Howard and Michele Hall with a special screening of their movie Soul of the Ocean. Marine scientist, explorer, and filmmaker Gaelin Rosenwaks will also present and sign her new photography book, "Sperm Whales: The Gentle Goliaths of the Oceans" (Rizzoli, 2022).
For over two decades, the Whale Trust research team has dedicated itself to exploring and understanding whale songs and natural behavior patterns in whales. This year's program will feature cutting-edge presentations, benefit whale watches, and an Art & Education Expo showcasing ocean-conscious businesses, local artists, and conservation organizations."
Visit WhaleTales.org to register for the event, or call +1.808.572.5700 for more information! All proceeds from registration will directly support whale research through the Whale Tales Beneficiaries Fund.
The organization also asks for donations with each registration in honor of this spectacular event. The suggested donation to keep this valuable event possible is $60 per guest. While this is appreciated, Whale Tales also honors their belief in making marine education accessible for all. To do that, they offer free and discounted registration to students, teachers, and kama 'āina.
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