IN CASE YOU HAVEN'T HEARD, pop legend Sir Elton John is coming to Maui to play in the Maui Arts & Cultural's new state-of-the-art Yokouchi Pavilion. Here's what you need to know before heading to the highly anticipated concerts at 7 tonight and Friday.
TIMES: Gates to the concert area will open at 6 tonight and at 5:30 p.m. Friday. The Events Lawn F&B court opens at 4 p.m. on both nights.
TICKETS: Some tickets were still available for both shows at press time. Prices range from $77 to $252 plus applicable fees, but tickets aren't available in all price ranges.
Sir Elton John
Ticket holders with reserved parking passes for the MACC and UH-MC lots should enter from Kahului Beach Road. Others should approach from Kaahumanu Avenue with $15 cash for parking at UH-MC drive-in field and Ke‘opuolani Park.
TICKET PICKUP: Pick up tickets from the MACC box office at will-call, open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Early pickup is encouraged.
PARKING: MACC's lot has been presold at $25 for a reserved parking pass. In the event there are additional spaces on concert night, parking will be available for $25 cash. The main lot at UH-Maui College across from MACC has also been presold for $15 per reserved parking pass. If there are additional spaces on concert night, parking will be available for $15 cash. Day-of-show parking is available at UH-MC's drive-in field and Ke'opuolani Park (which will be closed to the public) for $15 cash. Parking for individuals with disabilities will be available in both the MACC and UH-MC lots at the above rates on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking lots will be open at 3 p.m. on each show day. (Ke'opuolani Park will be closed to the public Thursday and Friday at this time.)
ALCOHOL: All adults 21 and older with government-issued photo ID will receive a wristband upon admission for alcohol purchase and consumption.
MERCHANDISE: A full selection of Elton John merchandise will be available for purchase. Vendors will accept cash and credit cards, but no checks.
RESTRICTIONS: No strollers, umbrellas, beach chairs or anything with a hard frame will be permitted; backpacks, tote bags or coolers, cans, bottles (except plastic water bottles), flying discs or potential projectiles will also be restricted. Cameras, recording devices and weapons are strictly prohibited. No illegal drugs or paraphernalia will be allowed.
DETAILS: For food offerings, see Page 19. For more information, visit mauiarts.org.