October 31 for the last 18 years, they close Front St. and celebrate Halloween.
About 30,000 people attend from all over the island in costume. Bring a
costume or buy one here.|
It all begins with the Keiki (Children's) Parade at 5:30pm.
The shops are closed, but the bars and restaurants are open. After the keiki parade, the adult costumes start to make an appearance. It's a little bit like Mardi Gras without the beads.
There are a number of stages and restaurants with live music.
So, if you're on Maui for Halloween, it's definitely worth the trip.
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