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Featuring Rock, Reggae, Country and Hawaiian music, Imua’s Color Festival Hawaii is a colorful day of music for everyone.



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KAHULUI, MAUI, April 8, 2019 The Color Festival Hawaii celebrates it’s second year at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center when doors open on Saturday, April 13th from 1pm – 6pm.  This year the festival presents an exciting ensemble of musicians featuring a rainbow of styles that will please everyone.  The lineup features Nashville artist Rayland Baxter, who offers up cutting edge American rock with a mix of alternative country.  Contemporary Hawaiian songwriter, Anuhea will deliver her unique blend of Pop, R&B and Reggae.  Local Maui band Yum Yum Beast brings their distinctive style of rock fusion and hillbilly funk and DJ Boomshot will keep the party going for a fun day for the whole family.  The festival also includes performances by Te Tiare Patitifa Tahitian Dancers and Maui Taiko.

The family-friendly friend-raiser music festival includes food trucks, vendors, and activities for kids and the exciting throwing of colors at the end of the day.  The Color Festival Hawaii’s message is “inclusion,” that we are all under the same rainbow, living and celebrating life together in harmony.

Tickets for adults are $20 pre-sale, $25 day of; Children 6 to 16 are $15; and Children ages 5 and under are free. Doors open at 1pm and ends at 6pm. Powdered colors are available for purchase inside the venue. Colors are made of cornstarch with FDA-approved food dye. No outside colors are permitted. Most participants wear pure white clothing that is then colored by the throwing of colors.  Festival goers may also purchase an official event shirt to create the ultimate souvenir. Tickets are available from the MACC Box Office or online at www.mauiarts.org.

Imua Family Services is proud to be partnered with awesome sponsors including Alaska Airlines, SongDivision, Maui Now, Yelp and Da Jam 98.3.

About Imua Family Services: Imua Family Services began in 1947 providing services to children with Polio in the Territory of Hawaii. Today, 71 years later, Imua is still making significant progress working with families and children together with a broad scope of child development programs including: Infant Child & Development Programs, Early Childhood Development Program, Imua Autism Services, Imua Inclusion Preschool, Camp Imua and Dream Imua.