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2009 Halloween Events on Maui

Information about 2009 Halloween events and activities on Maui Island in Hawaii. If you know about any Halloween events on Maui that are not included on this page, please send a message to the email address on our contacts page.

Ichabod's Haunted Attraction (October 23-31, 2009)
The 4th Annual "Ichabod's Haunt" spooky attraction presented by MJT Corporation will take place October 23-31, 2009 at Wharf Center on Front Street in Lahaina. The event will feature 4200 square feet and 15 rooms of animatronics, creepy mazes, nightmares. IMPORTANT NOTE: The evening shows are intense and scary and are not suitable for young children. There are not-so-scary children's shows from 1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and very scary evening shows from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Ichabod's Haunted Attraction is a benefit for the Keiki's Dream Foundation. Tickets are available online on the TicketLeap Ichabod's page.

The Haunted Theater (October 29-31, 2009)
The historic Iao Theater and Maui OnStage will present a Halloween event called "The Haunted Theater" that will feature ghouls and goblins guiding guests through a frightening surprises, including a live zombie "Thriller" attack. Everyone is invited to come in costume and trick-or-treat snacks will be on sale n the concession area. Admission is $2.00 and small bills will be appreciated. The Haunted Theater event will take place October 29-30 from 6-9 p.m. and on Halloween Night, October 31, 2009, 6-10 p.m. NOTE: Due to the use of strobe lights and fog machines, this event may not be suitable for some health conditions and young children

Halloween in Lahaina (October 31, 2009)
At one time the Halloween block party on Front Street in Lahaina, West Maui was referred to as the "Mardi Gras of the Pacific", but while it is still possible to have a great time in Lahaina on Halloween, and plenty of people still go there in costume to party on Halloween night, the city is no longer going out of its way to encourage Halloween night revelers because of problems in past years with issues such as underage drinking and lack of respect for Maui residents and Hawaiian culture. Permits for entertainment stages, costume contests, and vendor booths are no longer being issued for Lahaina Halloween events, but the city usually does still block auto traffic on Front Street, for safety reasons, because of the large crowds.

Pride of Maui Halloween Costume Cruise (October 31, 2009)
This annual Halloween Costume Cruise out of South Maui's Maalaea Harbor is a two hour Halloween-theme dinner and dancing cruise on the 65 foot "Pride of Maui" power catamaran. Dress in your most imaginative Halloween costume for a festive cruise that includes a grilled-on-board steak and roasted chicken breast dinner, dancing to live music, and a fully stocked open bar featuring tropical cocktails and wines from France, Italy, and California's Napa Valley. Check-in time for the cruise is 4:30 p.m., it departs from Maalaea Harbor at 5:00 p.m., and returns about 7:00 p.m. This is a popular cruise that sells out every year, so be sure to make reservations well in advance by calling 808-242-0955.

Halloween Events at Maui Shopping Malls
Large shopping malls and smaller shopping centers often host Halloween trick-or-treating and other Halloween festivities. You can find out if any Maui Shopping Centers will have special Halloween events by viewing the events page on their official Web sites.

See also:
- Halloween Events on Other Islands
- Other October Maui Events
- All Maui Events

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