Mark your calendar for Ag Fest

Maui County Agricultural FestivalMaui County Agricultural Festival – Saturday, April 7, 2018 – Lūʻau Grounds at Maui Tropical Plantation

Maui County Agricultural Festival is scheduled from 9 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.

Maui Legacy Farmers’ Pancake Breakfast is scheduled from 8 am – 11 am. Tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for keiki 12 and under. Ages 5 and under are free.

Grand Taste from 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm. Grand Taste is a ticketed event. Tickets purchased, in advance, are $30 each (adults and children) or on-site on the day of the event for $40 (adults and children). Tickets are limited. Mauiʻs top locavore chefs present Grown on Maui produce, proteins and value-added agricultural products.

* Schedule is subject to change based on farmers and chefs availability.
* Menu is subject to change based on availability of product due to weather and discretion of chef.  
* Ticket holder should print a receipt after purchasing tickets online and bring to event.
* Ticket holders are allowed to get one taste from each farmer / chef station. 
* Ticket holders must arrive no later than one hour before closing.
$5 fee collected at the main entrance for Maui County Ag Festival; Free for Grand Taste ticket holders.
Free parking
Free entertainment



Maui Grows Pineapples

Once accounting for 80 percent of worldwide production, Hawai‘i-grown pineapples are increasingly grown on small farms across Maui. This heritage-crop bromeliad is celebrated in many cultures as a symbol of hospitality; it is the islands’ gift of aloha.

Maui Grows Herbs

Ali'i Kula LavenderOften inconspicuous and small, huge with flavor and fragrance, herbs add the finishing touch to Maui’s famed regional cuisine. Maui lavender, lemon grass, basil,
ginger root and cilantro form just a small bouquet in this critical niche industry.

Maui Grows Fruits

MangoesFrom golden-red mangoes to flavorful persimmons and blushing lychees, even raspberries, strawberries, and figs, Maui fruits sweeten the market. Freshly picked, local fruits are healthier and tastier than imported fruits or fruit sodas.

Maui Grows Fish and Seafood

SashimiMaui aquaculture adapts old Hawaiian practices to modern needs and high-tech opportunities. Without depleting wild resources, commercial aquafarms are increasingly important.

Maui Grows Coffee

Coffee from MauiGrown CoffeeHarvested on 40 some farms in Maui County, crimson coffee cherries lend themselves to Maui-origin roasts of exceptionally rich character.

Maui Grows

Waipoli FarmMaui farms produce fragrant coffee, native taro, fresh vegetables, colorful flowers, exotic fruits, sweet Maui Kula® onions, landscape greens, sugar cane, pineapples, seed crops, grass-fed beef, even seafood.