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In the state of Hawaii, there’s really only one recommended destination for travelers seeking typical nightlife attractions – Oahu. While Maui definitely lacks options for those seeking the comforts of bottle service, all-night concerts and dance clubs, there are still a number of enjoyable things to do after the sun goes down. When you’re on Maui, just remember that 9pm is the new 2am. Maui Nightlife Top Things to Do #1 See a Show

For being one of the most remote islands in the world, Maui has more than its fair share of excellent theatrical and live performance productions. Grab your friends and family, sit back and relax and enjoy one of our favorite live shows: Warren & Annabelle’s Magic Show

For guests 21 and over, we recommend Warren & Annabelle’s Magic Show. Guests enjoy cocktails, gourmet appetizers and desserts in Annabelle’s Parlor prior to the magic show, which includes close-up, sleight-of-hand tricks from some of the country’s top performers for a maximum of 78 guests. Shows available Monday through Saturday. Old Lahaina Luau

There are many excellent luaus on Maui, but our pick goes to Old Lahaina Luau for their top-notch, authentic performances, local food specialties, service, optional traditional floor seating and romantic ambiance. Luau lasts approximately 3 hours and is available nightly in West Maui. Special Events:

A favorite hangout for everyone from Willie Nelson to the local surf crowd, Charley’s Restaurant & Saloon in Paia is a can’t miss, long-time live music staple on Maui. In Upcountry, head to Makawao’s Casanova Italian Restaurant & Deli for weekly late-night entertainment, held Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9:30pm to close, and periodically on Sunday afternoons. East Maui

We’ve heard Travaasa Hana’s Paniolo Lounge offers live music on occasion. If you happen to catch it, rest assured that they’re the only option for live music in East Maui and congratulate yourself on being in the right place at the right time. South Maui

If you can’t find live music in Lahaina, you’re not looking hard enough. Head to Fleetwood’s on Front Street, Cool Cat Cafe, Longhi’s or Lulu’s Lahaina Surf Club & Grill and grab a cocktail to enjoy live entertainment on Front Street. Central Maui

While most of the biggest names in mainstream music don’t regularly play in Maui, we recommend checking event schedules for popular and unique live music performances at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. You may even get lucky and catch Willie K and Steven Tyler performing in Wailea…

Maui Stargazing offers private and group stargazing tours, perfect for all members of your family. Guests meet at Upcountry’s Kula Lodge before sunset to reach an elevation of 6,500 feet, where seeing conditions are spectacular on clear nights. Enjoy views of amazing star clusters, nebulae, planets, constellations, galaxies and a close-up view of the moon for a truly romantic and surreal experience. Jan provides excellent guidance and even supplies jackets for guests! Three viewing sessions are available per evening, with different times depending on the season. #5 Practice Your Karaoke/Dancing Skills

If busting a move is on your agenda, Ambrosia is your best bet. Voted the “Best Place to Dance on Maui” in 2013 and 2014, head to this Kihei gem for musical entertainment with a dance floor seven nights a week. #6 Hop Aboard a Sunset Dinner & Cocktail Cruise

Alright, alright. Technically our Sunset Dinner & Cocktail Cruise begins before it gets dark outside, but it returns after, so it still counts. Hop aboard one of our daily evening cruises to watch the perfect Maui sunset while enjoying live Hawaiian music, premium open bar, fresh food and excellent service. Perfect activity for couples, friends, and families who are looking to celebrate a beautiful night under the stars.

Each Friday on Maui, the Maui County Office of Economic Development hosts a free town party in a different location throughout the island to celebrate Maui’s culture, art and music. These family-fun events are a great way to meet people, taste local food favorites, shop for handmade local goods and witness live shows from some of the island’s best performers. First Friday – Wailuku Second Friday – Lahaina Third Friday – Makawao Fourth Friday – Kihei Fifth Friday- Lanai #8 Experience a Little Beach Party

Backed by scenic turquoise waves, white sand and glorious sunset views, this weekly hippie hangout is a definite people pleaser. Spend the day at the adjacent Big Beach and make your way over the hill a little before sunset to grab a spot on the beach.

While the Department of Land & Natural Resources (DLNR) typically shuts down the party not long after it gets dark, it’s still worth the trip out to see it for yourself. This Sunday staple has been a long-lasting tradition on Maui, and it’s a fun local experience to witness in person. Who knows, you may even see Steven Tyler leading a drum circle. It certainly wouldn’t be the first time. #9 Go Roller Skating

Kalama Beach Park in Kihei is home to the Maui Inline Hockey Association roller rink, open for public roller skating every Wednesday (6:00 to 8:00pm), Friday and Saturday (6:00 to 9:00pm). Located directly by the ocean, this is a great place to enjoy sunset views while trying to avoid knocking down unsuspecting tweens. Skate rentals are available for $5 and include knee pads, elbow pads, and helmets. Wear a grass skirt for an even more enjoyable experience.

Maui is home to some truly amazing campgrounds. Pack a lightweight camping hammock (with mosquito netting and rain tarp) and spend the night outdoors admiring the stars, listening to the crashing waves and enjoying the view in a tropical paradise.

Kipahulu Campground, located on the backside of Haleakala National Park, overlooks ocean cliffs and is only a short walk from O’heo Gulch (aka Seven Sacred Pools) and Pipiwai Trail, where you can hike through a bamboo forest to reach Waimoku Falls, a 400 foot cascading waterfall. The campground faces east, so it’s the perfect place to witness a stunning moonrise or early morning sunrise. We also recommend Hosmer Grove Campground in the cloud belt of Haleakala, just below 7,000 feet of elevation. Enjoy much cooler (and even freezing, on occasion) temperatures and beautiful surrounding hiking trails.