Mana’o Radio Sweet Sixteen Birthday Party
Sunday, March 18
2:00-8:00pm, VFW Hall
1136 Uluniu Road, Kihei
Ticket prices $10 in advance or $15 at the door – available here at Eventbrite or at Request Music in Wailuku.
Mana’o Radio turns sixteen in March! That’s right! Maui’s only 100% all-volunteer, listener-supported non-commercial radio station has been around for 16 years! Sixteen years of:
- Exposing listeners to a broad range of music not heard anywhere else.
- Supporting community groups and charitable organizations achieve their goals by spreading their messages.
- Showcasing Maui’s best musical artists and promoting Hawaiian history and culture, while delivering accurate and timely local and international news and information.
Don’t you think that calls for a celebration? We do too!
On Sunday, March 18 there will be a Birthday Party Benefit and Silent Auction at the VFW Hall in Kihei to help Mana’o Radio be around for another sixteen years. Bring your beach chairs, family and friends and come eat, drink and be merry with us!
All proceeds from the door, silent auction, food and beverages will be used to continue to provide Maui with the best radio there is and to expand our on-air reach.
Featuring Live Music by Maui’s Top Bands and Musicians! Have fun dancing all afternoon….and into the night!
The amazing lineup includes:
—DEBORAH VIAL BAND—
One of the island’s premiere bands, featuring Deborah Vial on vocals and Caron Barrett on guitar.
Winner of Maui Time …Best of Maui 2017
Soul Kitchen is acoustic-infused musical alchemy, blending the traditional genres of Zydeco, Soul, Cajun, Blues, Rock and soulful flavors to move you.
—SHEA BUTTER AND THE CREAM —
A fusion of sexy Funk, Rock, Hip Hop and Soul!
—GINA MARTINELLI BAND —
Considered a staple in the Maui entertainment industry, Gina has been performing on Maui for 25 years, showcasing her versatility as a singer of different music genres. Her vocal style, which ranges from powerful rock to sultry blues and smooth jazz, has kept her on the forefront of the music scene.
Of course the entire event will also be broadcast live on Mana‘o Radio, 91.7 FM, Maui, Hawaii from 2:00pm to 8:00pm on Sunday March 18.
The event will also offer Food Trucks, a Silent Auction, Face Painters, and roving Magicians.
Mahalo for your support of Maui’s only all volunteer, listener supported, non-commercial radio station!