Maui Jazz and Blues Festival 2013 – Sept. 3-8, 2013


Maui Jazz and Blues Festival 2013


Aloha Jazz & Blues Lovers! Tickets will soon be ON SALE for the 3rd Annual Maui Jazz & Blues festival!!

Join The Grand Wailea, & Jazz Alley TV for a weekend of Award Winning Jazz & Blues Music, September 3rd – 8th, 2013.

The Festival kicks off on Tuesday Night, Sept. 3rd at The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua. Live Music featuring the Hawaii Debut of The Iguanas (front New Orleas) and Zydeco with Dwayne Dopsie and the Jazz Alley TV Trio. Click Here For More Details

Thursday Night, September 5th in Paia, “Charley’s” hosts a night with Wave Train (Featuring Mark Johnstone) and The Iguanas from New Orleans, from 9pm-Midnight. A great night of Jazz and Blues Music in Paia! Call 808-579-8085 to make your Reservations NOW!! Tickets $20 at the door! Limited Seating.

Friday Night, September 5th, is Sunset Night on the Kai Kanani. Take a Jazz & Blues Sunset Cruise from 5-7pm. Enjoy live music, Ocean Vodka Cocktails, Pupus and Aloha! Call 808-879-7218 to Book NOW!!

After the cruise, keep your Friday Night rolling at a special Jazz & Blues SNEAK PEEK party at Grand Wailea’s “Botero Bar” from 7-9pm…NO COVER.

Saturday September 7th, 2013 is FESTIVAL DAY

Saturday September 7th, 2013 is FESTIVAL DAY in Grand Wailea’s Molokini Garden. Gates Open at 4pm!! Valet Parking will be available at Grand Wailea. No Coolers, Outside Food & Beverages, or Chairs will be allowed at the event (Mahalo for your Kokua).

This year we have another Amazing line up of Award Winning Musicians on Maui!

Jazz Legend Lenny Castro, Grammy Winning Blues Guitaris Joe Louis Walker, Grammy Winner Delfeayo Marsalis, The Iguanas (from New Orleans), Paula Fuga, Na Hoku Winner Brother Noland Blues, John Keawe’s Slack Key Jazz, Wave Train (Featuring Mark Johnstone), The Jazz Alley TV Trio, Benny Uyetake and the Kalama School Ukulele Band, The Zeshin Daiko Taiko Drummers and other special guests!

Need a place to stay for the event? Grand Wailea is offering special room rates! Call 808-875-1234 for information and to book your reservation today!!

Sunday Morning, September 8th, SUNDAY LIVE JAZZ BRUNCH at Grand Wailea from 10:30am to 1pm. Call 808-875-1234 for Reservations.

If you LOVE Jazz and Blues Music on Maui, come out and support these great events!


3850 Wailea Alanui Dr
Wailea-Makena, Hawaii 96753
(808) 875-1234

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Maui Jazz and Blues Festival 2012 – Sept. 13-15, 2012

Aloha Jazz & Blues Lovers!
Welcome to The Maui Jazz and Blues Festival 2012 – Sept. 13-15, 2012

Maui Jazz and Blues Festival 2012

Join The Grand Wailea Resort, with and Jazz Alley TV for the 2nd Annual MAUI JAZZ & BLUES FESTIVAL, Coming September 15th, 2012 at The Grand Wailea Resort, Wailea Maui Hawaii.

Resort Packages Available, with rooms starting at
only $220 per night (plus tax).

Call (808) 875-1234 to Book Your Rooms Now!!

A week long build up of Great Jazz begins on Thursday September 13th at Capische? Restaurant in Wailea, with the Jazz & Blues Festival Opener featuring Live Jazz and Special Guests from 6pm-9pm.
Call (808)879-2224 to book Dinner Reservations now!

Join us for our Friday Night Jazz “Sneak Peek” at Grand Wailea’s “Botero Bar, September 14th! Enjoy a Jazz Sneak Peek with our Jazz and Blues Festival Guest Musicians!7pm-9:30pm

The Festival also kicks into full gear Friday Night, September 14th, with a special Jazz and Blues SUNSET CRUISE from 5pm – 7pm on the Kai Kanani!!Call (808) 879-7218 for reservations!

The Second Annual Maui Jazz and Blues Festival gates open Saturday September 15th at 4pm, Oceanfront at the Grand Wailea’s beautiful Molokini Garden. NO COOLERS, OUTSIDE FOOD & BEVERAGES, OR CHAIRS ALLOWED, MAHALO. Enjoy Award Winning Jazz and Blues music from 4:30pm – 9pm with Jazz and Blues Legends, Grammy Winners and Na Hoku HanoHano Winners!

Jazz Legend Louis Hayes, who’s played with John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Cannonball Atterly, Dexter Gordon and many more… Grammy Winning Blues Guitarist Joe Lewis Walker. Grammy Winner Eric Marienthal, Grammy Nominated Saxophonist Javon Jackson. Grammy Winner Skip Martin of Kool and The Gang & Dazz Band. Camile Baudoin (of the Radiators from New Orleans), Corey Ledet (Zydecko of Louisiana), Na Hoku Winner
Brother Noland Blues, Slack Key Jazz with Grammy Winner John Keawe, Trumpet Virtuoso Jr. Volcano Choy, Benny Uyetake and The Kalama School Jazz Ukulele Cats and The Jazz Alley TV Band, including guests: Mark Johnstone, Lenny Castellanos (from the Grammy Nominated Mick Fleetwood Blues Band) as well as Shiro Mori, Danny M., Paul Marchetti and others…

$1000 VIP Tables for 10, or General Admission $50 (thru Sept. 7th). Purchase tickets online at, or Purchase tickets at the door for $60.
Room Packages Available at $220 per night. Plus Tax & Resort Fee. Call (808) 875-1234 for reservations.

Unwind on Sunday morning, September 16th, from 10:30am – 1pm, at our Grand Wailea Jazz Brunch with Special Guests! Call (808) 875-1234 for reservations. (Limited Seating).

You can also take a wonderful Jazz and Blues Molokini Snorkel Sail on The Kai Kanani! Continental Breakfast & Lunch included. Call 808-879-7218 for details!!

3850 Wailea Alanui Dr
Wailea-Makena, Hawaii 96753
(808) 875-1234

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“Jazz After Dark” at Grand Wailea, Maui Hawaii

Aloha! Join us for a night of Jazz After Dark at Grand Wailea
Saturday April 7, 2012 at 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Grand Wailea Jazz After Dark

The Grand Wailea (A Waldorf Astoria Resort), with, Jazz Alley TV and the Maui Jazz and Blues Festival, present “Jazz After Dark”, an intimate evening of award winning Jazz at Tsunami’s, with Grammy Winner and NEA Jazz Masters Recipient, Delfeayo Marsalis & The Jazz Alley TV Trio.

April 7, 2012 at 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Kama’aina Room Rates are Available for this event.
Call 800-888-6100 for Reservations!

Tickets are $98, all inclusive cover charge, dessert buffet, one drink ticket and a donation to the Maui Charity Walk. Cash Bar available. Must be 21 years of age. Outside food & beverage prohibited. Resort Attire Required.

Tickets also include 20% off of food and beverages at Humu, or Bistro Dinner just prior to the concert. 20% discount offer is valid on the night of the event only and cannot be used with any other promotional discounts. Mahalo.

For more information about this event, please contact The Grand Wailea at 808-875-1234. Grand Wailea is located at 3850 Alanui Dr. in Wailea.

A portion of the proceeds go to the Maui Visitor Industry Charity Walk.

Grand Wailea
3850 Alanui Dr. Wailea Maui, HI 96753


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Grand Wailea Resort – Maui Hawaii, Call (800) 888-6100

Grand Wailea Resort – Maui Hawaii, Call (800) 888-6100

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Voted the Best Resort Accommodations, Best Resort Restaurant and Best Resort Spa by Maui News readers in 2010, the people of Maui agree that The Grand Wailea has something pretty terrific to share. Revel in the tropical splendor of this truly blissful Maui hotel, nestled within 40 landscaped acres, just steps from the beach. Grand Wailea offers 780 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites as well as 70 luxury villas at Ho’olei, a restful retreat providing an extensive array of entertaining activities. Indulge in a relaxing body treatment or massage. Tee off on one of three championship courses. Stroll along the soft-sand beach. Or just lounge poolside. Gather with friends and family in one of six restaurants. Take pleasure in this captivating Maui resort shrouded in natural beauty and breathtaking ambiance.

E Komo Mai (we welcome you) where Life is Grand!

Learn more about our Elegantly Appointed Maui Accommodations.

Book your enchanting Maui hotel reservations online now for our Best Rates Guaranteed.

Spring has arrived at Grand Wailea, with summer soon to follow. You know what that means – vacations, getaways, and travel adventures! Set amidst some of Maui’s most stunning natural beauty, our luxury resort offers a colorful variety of activities, amenities, and packages to suit everyone’s taste.

Pampering massages and treatments at Spa Grande – including the exclusive Terme Hydrotherapy Circuit, a unique haven of water therapies, featuring five aromatic baths to soothe the body and soul.

An action-packed calendar of events, showcasing everything from luaus to musical and cultural celebrations.

During 2011, we are offering complimentary breakfast to guests who stay with us for seven days or longer, click here for details.

For the first time in Grand Wailea’s 20 year history, we are offering a Fifth Night Free, click here for details.

We also have several promotions appealing to the whole family or for honeymooners and lovers who are looking to tie the knot this year at our award-winning Seaside chapel.

The Grand Wailea Resort
3850 Wailea Alanui – Wailea-Makena, HI 96753
(800) 888-6100

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Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce – Maui Hawaii

On September 10, 2010 a special event took place at Maui’s Grand Wailea Resort. The Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce’s 2nd Annual Ko’i Award Dinner.

The day started out with a beautiful sunrise that brought the day to life, with the ceremonial blessing of the Ko’i and presentation to 12 moku districts of Maui.

Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce promotes and sustains the Hawaiian culture and improves the socio-economic status of Native Hawaiians in business and as individuals.

Grounded in the framework of the host culture, we strive to offer our membership the tools to strengthen the value of their businesses and as professionals through educational and cultural workshops, networking, leadership and communication roles, and community service.

This video shows you the ceremony leading up to the 2010 Ko’i Dinner & Awards Invitation Event. The Ko’i, Hawaiian stone adze, was a tool used by early man and highly prized by Hawaiians. It helped them shape their world to survive in the most isolated place in the middle of the Pacific. The chamber has adopted the Ko’i as its symbol and it is with great honor we present Ko’i awards to four recipients at our first annual Ko’i Award Dinner. It would be an honor for you to join us at this very special tribute to those who have shown excellence in leadership, diligence in action, and responsibility to their native community.

For more information go to:

Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 350 – Kahului , HI 96733