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Halloween in Lahaina (2015) – A Night of Spooky Fun

If you’ve never spent Halloween in Lahaina, start making plans now, this is an event you do not want to miss. For many years on Halloween night, more than 20,000 costumed revelers have converged on Front Street for an evening of spooky fun! This year will be no different.

37th Annual Keiki Parade

The 37th Annual Keiki Parade will kick off the festivities at 4:30 pm. This event is sponsored by Soroptimist of West Maui, The Lahaina Rotary Clubs, and National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii. It will begin at Papalaua and end at Banyan Tree Park where participants will receive a ribbon and a bag of goodies.

It has become customary for the onlookers to throw candy to the kids as they pass by. If you don’t provide the treats, you’ll likely get the mysterious trick they’re all talking about.

As you can probably imagine, everyone gets very creative every year. The goal is to have the flashiest costume that hopefully no one’s ever seen before, like these two ladies. How’s that for creative?

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Jelly Belly and a brand new Barbie, Halloween 2013

Music

Music will be provided by DJ Serna. Dance and mingle under the Banyan Tree from 6:30-9:30 PM.

DJ Serna is a very talented local DJ that provides entertainment, island wide. Contact KCK Entertainment for bookings.

DJ Serna is a very talented local DJ that provides entertainment, island wide. Contact KCK Entertainment for bookings

Costume Contest

This year’s costume contest is sponsored by Honu Seafood & Pizza and Mala Ocean Tavern. Contest registration will open at 6:00 pm and run until 8:45 pm at the Pioneer Inn Retail Store. The contest itself will take place on the stage under the Banyan Tree from 7 pm to 8:45 pm. The winners will be announced at 9:30 pm.

Parking/Transportation

Front Street will be closed to traffic from 3:30 pm until midnight, between Baker and Prison Streets. Come early for the best parking.

Shuttles from the parking lots at War Memorial Stadium and Kihei Aquatic Center will be offered by Lahaina Halloween Express. Tickets for the Halloween Express will be available for purchase from Monday, October 19th at Kahului Shell Station Superstop and Boss Frogs – Dolphin Plaza. One-way tickets to Front Street are $7 – cash only. Return trip tickets can be purchased in Campbell Park after 1 pm. View the schedule here. 2015’s transportation sponsor is Cheeseburger in Paradise.

The Ka’anapali Islander will run an extended schedule until 10:30 PM. The Napili Islander will run until 11:00 PM.

Have fun, be safe, and we’ll see you there!

Want to Call Lahaina Home?

Ho’onanea at Lahaina is a recently built community located near the heart of Lahaina, close to shopping, restaurants, beaches, and entertainment. Celebrating Halloween in Lahaina would be easy to do in this conveniently located townhome. This spacious, three-level, 2 bed/2.5 bath townhome is ideal for entertaining with features such as an open concept floor plan, upgraded wood floors, and contemporary lighting. There is also a single-car garage and dedicated parking space.

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Ho’onanea at Lahaina 510 (MLS# 366644)

This pet-friendly development includes a fenced park, gazebo, BBQs, and lush lawns. In Hawaiian, Ho’onanea means to “lounge and relax”, which is easily accomplished at this property! For additional information, please contact me today and come see this fabulous townhome.

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