Maui Events in November

Events & Festivals on the island of Maui

If you’re heading to Maui in the month of November, heads up - there are quite a few unique and interesting events on the calendar you may want to check out. Here we’ve compiled a few of the best.

Here are the coolest events and festivals coming to Maui in November.

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2023 Events and Festivities

Events for Maui in November 2023 will be posted in the coming weeks. Typically, we'll update this page about six to eight weeks before the month in question. Below, you can review a summary of what happened within the last 12-18 months, as many of these Hawaii events are held annually.

2022 Events and Festivities

Turkey Trot

This, technically speaking, is a race - but it’s a pretty unusual one. Unlike most races, crossing the finish line first does not equal victory. Instead, how accurately you predict your own time determines your position on the scoreboard. There will be both a 5K and an 8-mile run, and the Maui Food Bank will collect donations.

When: Thursday, November 24th, 7 AM - 11:30 AM
Where: 5700 Kula Hwy, Kula (Harold Rice Memorial Park)
More Info: Valley Isle Road Runners

Hui Holidays 2022

The Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center’s massive holiday shopping event begins mid-November. This opens the opportunity for visitors to shop local in a big way - everything from ceramics to paintings to holiday ornaments. Much of what you’ll find in what has been described as a “winter wonderland” is handmade and one-of-a-kind.

When: Begins Friday, November 18th, 9 AM - 4 PM
Where: 2841 Baldwin Ave, Makawao (Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center)
More Info: Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center 

30th Annual Hula O Na Keika Hula Competition

This now-30-year-old event is centered around a youth hula competition, but it’s more of an educational celebration of the hula tradition. The event lasts 3 days and focuses as much on cultural values as it does on dance steps. There will also be workshops and presentations provided by local artisans, thanks to a partnership with the Hawaiian Festival of Arts and Crafts.  

When: November 10th - November 12th, 12:30 PM - 5 PM
Where: 2525 Kaanapali Beach Parkway, Lahaina (Kaanapali Beach Hotel)
More Info: Kaanapali Beach Hotel

Whose Live Anyway?

Some of you may have guessed (correctly) that this is Whose Line Is It Anyway onstage. The award-winning improv show has been on the air for decades, but if you’re visiting Maui in November this year, you’ll have the chance to see the whole thing live and in person. The show will take place at The Maui Arts & Cultural Center on November 23rd, and all ages are welcome.

When: Wednesday, November 23rd, 7 PM - 10 PM
Where: 1 Cameron Way, Kahului (Maui Arts & Cultural Center)
More Info: BAMP Project

Maui Adventure 

This isn’t so much an event as an entire trip combined into one complete package. This week-long tour of the island of Maui includes a stay at the Kaanapali Beach Hotel, transportation all around the island, surfing lessons, sunset beach yoga, biking on a volcano, the Road to Hana, and a lot more than that.

When: November 4th - November 10th
Where: 2525 Kaanapali Beach Parkway, Lahaina (Kaanapali Beach Hotel)
More Info: Eventbrite

We hope you find this a helpful starting place for planning your November in Maui. As always, mahalo, and best wishes for your visit! 

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