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It’s as fresh as it gets in Ka‘anapali

July 2, 2012 - Carla Tracy

Mark your calendars now for Aug. 31 to Sept. 2, when the three-day Ka‘anapali Fresh showcases Maui’s popular West Side resort area as, “The premium spot for exquisite cuisine, unforgettable experiences and superb entertainment.”

“Ka‘anapali Fresh is really all about headliner entertainment, superb food, ease, and good fun,” says Shelley Kekuna, Executive Director of Ka‘anapali Beach Resort Association. “You don’t want to miss it. It so reflects Ka‘anapali itself as an invitation to play. Its whole rhythm is, just be yourself, relax, tap into your own beat.”

Highlights include the Progressive Dinner, Maui Coffee Tour, Ka‘anapali Fresh Food & Wine Festival, Sunday Brunch, and a Concert Under the Ka‘anapali Moonlight.

Organizers have also announced the entertainment line up, which features super hot Spyro Gyra and Makana on September 1 and Third Eye Blind September 2.

“The entire Ka‘anapali Beach Resort is coming together to offer visitors exciting opportunities to sample chefs’ menus, learn about Grown-on-Maui farm products, savor the beauty of Ka‘anapali, play on the beach, listen to fantastic music, and simply enjoy the rich history of the land,” continues Kekuna. “You can find a detailed schedule on the website. The small venues make your experience up-close and personal, although this also means that they fill up fast, so don’t wait to book. Online links are up as well for seamless accommodations reservations at Ka‘anapali Beach Resort hotels. ”

For details and booking: Ka‘anapali Fresh Website.

 
 

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Spyro Gyra will headline the Kaanapali Fresh Food & Wine Festival Sept. 1.