After a day or two in the artificial resort environment this was a refressing change. We had interesting and well priced food which is purchased from trucks and stands. There was music and a beer garden where you actually can talk to people! Agree with the post about styrofoam but the whole recycling system needs attention.
Loved this event.... friendly and really like the down to earth vibe of this small community. Lots of businesses and galleries were open. Chatted with a few friendly locals. The baked opakapaka price went up to $13 instead of the ten mentioned in an earlier review. Our only suggestion is ditch the environmentally nightmarish styrofoam containers for cardboard ones, please!...
We really enjoy going to the Wailuku First Friday event. We like to go early to find parking around Wailuku town, then walk thru Central Ave where the road is closed to traffic. There are a lot of food booths and music entertainment which varies each month.
Each Friday there is a street fair in one of 4 locations, Kihei, Makawao, Lahaina and Wailuku. From experience Wailuku is the best one. Several blocks of Market St and the park by the Banyan tree are transformed in to food booths, jewelry vendors, bands and loads of people enjoying the night out.
Unfortunately we bought some food that included...