There are multiple benefit concerts being held to support those affected by the Maui wildfires. Three fundraisers are scheduled for Saturday, including the Wiwoʻole Maui Benefit Concert, the Lahaina Keiki Relief Fund Concert at Naluʻs South Shore Grill, and the Duo Diorama concert at Keawalai Congregational Church. These concerts feature a variety of artists and musical performances, with proceeds going towards different organizations dedicated to aiding the wildfire victims. Additionally, there are upcoming events in Tacoma, Washington and Honolulu, Hawaii, all aimed at raising funds and providing support for those impacted by the wildfires.

Benefit Concerts Supporting Maui Wildfire Victims

Are you looking for a way to make a difference and help those affected by the devastating Maui wildfires? Well, you’re in luck! There are several benefit concerts happening in the upcoming weeks that you can attend and show your support. Not only will you get to enjoy amazing live performances from talented artists, but you’ll also be contributing to a worthy cause. So mark your calendars and get ready to have a great time while making a positive impact!

Benefit concerts are being held to help people affected by Maui wildfires, including 3 on Saturday

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Saturday, Aug. 19

Wiwoʻole Maui Benefit Concert

If you can’t make it to Maui but still want to be part of the action, don’t worry! The Wiwoʻole Maui Benefit Concert will be live-streamed worldwide on August 19 from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. HST. You can tune in to the concert on or through participating artists’ social media platforms. The event is presented by Grand Wailea, The Office of Hawaiian Affairs, KITV4 News, and Pacific Media Group.

The concert will feature performances by Hawaiian musicians Kalani Pe’a, Kanekoa, Ekolu, as well as various hula groups. All proceeds from the Wiwoʻole #MauiStrong concert will be managed by Native Hawaiian nonprofit ‘Āina Momona and the Maui Strong Fund at The Hawai’i Community Foundation. By supporting this concert, you’ll be contributing to the recovery efforts and helping those in need.

Lahaina Keiki Relief Fund Concert at Naluʻs South Shore Grill

If you’re looking for a fun-filled day of live music and good food, make sure to check out the Lahaina Keiki Relief Fund Concert at Naluʻs South Shore Grill in Kīhei on August 19. The concert will run from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., giving you plenty of time to enjoy the festivities.

Tickets for the event cost $50 and include an ‘Ono Hawaiian Plate, as well as access to a full day of amazing live music by local artists. Best of all, 100% of the ticket proceeds will go directly to supporting Maui keiki. So not only will you be able to enjoy delicious food and great music, but you’ll also be making a significant impact in the lives of Maui’s children.

Duo Diorama concert at Keawalai Congregational Church

For those who appreciate classical music, the Duo Diorama concert at Keawalai Congregational Church in Makena on August 19 is the perfect opportunity to indulge in this beautiful art form while supporting a noble cause. The concert will have a pre-concert at 6 p.m. and the main performance at 7 p.m.

Presented by Ebb & Flow Arts, the concert will showcase the works of various composers, including Alfred Scnittke, Kyung Mei Choi, and Robert Pollock. While the event is free, all donations received will go to the Maui Food Bank. It’s a fantastic chance to appreciate outstanding musical talent and contribute to the fight against hunger in the community.

Sunday, Aug. 27

Ocean Organic Farm & Distillery special event

On August 27, Ocean Organic Farm & Distillery will be hosting a special event featuring more than 40 artists from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event will include a Maui Jazz and Blues Festival with performances by members of the Mick Fleetwood Band and special guest guitarist Jimmy Dillon, who has played with Bonnie Raitt and Bruce Springsteen. Best of all, the entertainment is free!

Benefit Concert at Maui Arts & Cultural Center

Experience the enchanting melodies of Nā Hōkū Hanohana award winners Keola Beamer, Jeff Peterson, and Moanalani Beamer at A Benefit Concert for the West Maui Community. The concert will take place at the McCoy Theatre in the Maui Arts & Cultural Center on August 27 at 3 p.m. For more information, including tickets, visit

All proceeds from this concert will go directly to the West Maui community, providing support to those affected by the wildfires. So, don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to enjoy incredible music while contributing to an essential cause.

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Sept. 8-9, Hawaii Theatre, Oʻahu

If you happen to be on Oʻahu on September 8 and 9, make sure to attend the Jake Shimabukuro benefit fundraiser concert at the Hawaii Theatre. This two-day concert will not only treat you to Jake Shimabukuro’s incredible ukulele skills but will also feature performances by Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac, Brother Noland, the Jetts, Raiatea Helm, Kawika Kahiapo, Jeff Peterson, Keiko Matsui, and Herb Ota.

The concert will be live-streamed, allowing other performers who can’t be in Hawaii at the time to make recorded appearances. By attending this benefit concert, you’ll be supporting Maui wildfire victims and making a difference in their lives. Don’t forget to secure your tickets and be part of this memorable event!

Sept. 9 & 10, Tacoma, Wash

You don’t have to be in Hawaii to show your support for the Maui wildfire victims. The Reggae concert Maui Aid on the Way in Tacoma, Washington, on September 9 and 10 is an excellent opportunity to contribute to the cause. The concert will take place outside the Airport Tavern, starting at 3 p.m.

Featuring performances by Maoli, Rebel Souljahz, Anuhea, and Eli-Mac, this concert will provide a platform for talented artists while raising funds for those affected by the wildfires. Ticket proceeds will go directly to benefit Maui wildfire victims. For tickets and more information, visit Even if you’re far from Maui, you can still make a positive impact!

Don’t miss out on these incredible benefit concerts happening in support of Maui wildfire victims. From live-streamed events to local concerts and music festivals, there’s something for everyone. By attending these concerts, you’ll not only enjoy fantastic music and entertainment but also contribute to the recovery efforts and help those in need. So gather your friends and family, purchase your tickets, and let’s make a difference together!

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