8th Hawaiian Airlines Made in Maui County Festival to host “Part II” Hybrid Event, December 4th


The annual Hawaiian Airlines Made in Maui County Festival showcases hundreds of products from vendors across Maui, Molokai, and Lanai. Photo by: Made in Maui County Festival

The 8th annual Hawaiian Airlines Made in Maui County Festival has expanded to be a hybrid event with in-person and virtual shopping on Saturday, December 4th, from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Visit over 30 Maui, Molokaʻi and Lānaʻi dealers at the personal event at the War Memorial Special Events Field to shop for the Christmas season from their wide selection of exciting items. Masks are required and temperature controls are carried out at the entrance. Participation is free.

For those shopping from afar, all Made in Maui County 2021 vendors will be included in the virtual event. Shop for verified locally made products online and chat with vendors from the comfort of your own home!

A video stream with presenter Kathy Collins, dealer demonstrations, cooking features and a lunchtime concert with Jordan Soon, Ahumanu, Marty Dread and Kalani Pe’a will be shown on Facebook Live and on the virtual event page during the day. Live programming does not take place at the personal event.

“We are delighted to be able to postpone this event after the virtual website crash on November 6th this year and to offer our vendors the opportunity to meet in person,” said Pamela Tumpap, President of the Maui Chamber. “It’s a great opportunity for our local community to connect in person with vendors while also having the virtual option for our nationwide, national and international buyers.”


The Hawaiian Airlines Made in Maui County Festival is hosted by the Maui Chamber of Commerce with support from the County of Maui and the Office of Economic Development. Sponsors include: Title Sponsor Hawaiian Airlines, Pasha Hawaiʻi, H Hawaiʻi Media, KAOI Radio Group, Pacific Media Group, Hawaiʻi USA Federal Credit Union, State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism / Made in Hawaiʻi Program, Queen Kaʻahumanu Center and First Hawaiian Bank.


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