What would a 4th of July celebration look like in Lahaina? An ocean of people gathered on Front Street to witness Maui's own Independence Day celebration with all eyes on the sky as the town is lit up by a spectacular 4th of July fireworks show. But first a little planning.The road closes at 4:00 p.m. so be sure to leave early when making your way to this celebration. This way, you can arrive in Lahaina early to enjoy an afternoon of shopping, entertainment, and all kinds of foods. The fun-filled day will lead up to a breathtaking sunset over the calm Lahaina waters.
While the day may come to an end, you won't have to say goodbye to the night any time soon. Make sure to find an ideal viewing area to see what Maui has to offer to you on this special occasion. With the perfect spot, you will surely be satisfied with the rainbows of colors right before your eyes, hearing the "oohs" and "aahs" of the audience.
This show is put on by the Lahaina Town Action Committee, beginning at 8:00 p.m. and lasting for about fifteen minutes. It's an amazing production, as nearly $40,000 needs to be raised to cover the expenses for this event. In order to make this possible, businesses make donations which will be publically acknowledged.
The Lahaina show is the only public firework display on Maui, so Front street will fill up pretty quickly. It will be packed with both tourists and locals from all over the island, but the smiles and aloha spirit being exchanged throughout the night makes it all worth it. The heartwarming experience of everyone gathering for this one summer night will definitely leave families wanting to come back for years to follow. Nothing beats a traditional island celebration - the perfect way to end a beautiful summer day.
What would a 4th of July celebration look like in Lahaina? An ocean of people gathered on Front Street to witness Maui's own Independence Day celebration with all eyes on the sky as the town is lit up by a spectacular 4th of July… Continue Reading