Grammy Nominated Artist To Partner With Hawaiian Resort

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Starting on July 3, the two legendary businesses will partner to bring well-known musicians to Maui through a live performance series that will take place on a regular basis. Grand Wailea, an iconic resort located on 40 acres of beautiful, tropical gardens fronting Maui‘s Wailea Beach, is pleased to announce its collaboration with Hotel Cafe, one of Los Angeles’ most iconic music venues and entertainment industry institutions.

The two renowned businesses will combine to offer a series of thrilling live performances to Maui, beginning with special summer concerts by GRAMMY Award-nominated performer Kevin Garrett (July 3) and singer-songwriter Rozzi (July 30)—with more to be revealed. This special music series will be continued by Grand Wailea and Hotel Cafe throughout the year, with forthcoming events in the fall and during the holiday season.

Guests may enjoy the intimacy and creativity of Hotel Cafe concerts this summer while staying at Grand Wailea, which boasts stunning ocean views, rich cultural origins, and a prime beachfront position, providing it the ideal backdrop for Hotel Cafe’s acclaimed live performances. Guests can grab a bite to eat before the event at the Grand Wailea’s pop-up style food truck Aloha Trick Pony, and then head to the newly revamped Botero Lounge for a variety of handpicked beverages afterward.

Kevin Garrett, known for his soulful voice and beautiful instrumentation, will perform some of his hit songs as the sun sets over Grand Wailea’s Chapel Lawn on July 3. On July 30, singer-songwriter Rozzi, who supported Maroon 5 on a sold-out arena tour, will play at the resort with her smokey, full-bodied vocals. Fans may immerse themselves in the Grand Wailea experience by following the artists on social media as they highlight everything the resort has to offer, including traditional outrigger canoe rides, unique cultural events, and the resort’s renowned lu’au, among other things. All of the performers will also curate unique playlists for Grand Wailea guests only.

For almost 20 years, Hotel Cafe has been celebrating live music by providing an intimate setting for a star-studded lineup of performers and artists. It has been dubbed a breakout venue for many indie musicians because it has hosted early career performances from Adele, Katy Perry, The Lumineers, Billie Eilish, Ed Sheeran, Sara Bareilles, Coldplay, and many others.

In addition to the live performance, guests may immerse themselves in true Hawaiian culture at Grand Wailea’s unique L’au, which features traditional rituals, poi, klua pig, and poke, as well as participatory performances depicting Maui’s stories and legends. Leading travel and consumer reports frequently rate the renowned resort among the best in the world. Grand Wailea offers a variety of vacation experiences, including wide areas for active vacationers, beauty and privacy for romantic vacations, and family fun with rope swings and a jungle-style river pool, all set on 40 acres of beautiful, tropical grounds fronting Wailea Beach.

Guests can also visit Mhalu by Spa Grande, a new, personal spa, as well as eight restaurants, including the award-winning “Best of Maui” Humuhumunukunukuapua’a. The Grand Wailea has 776 rooms and suites, as well as an enclave of 51 luxury villas called Ho’olei at Grand Wailea that range in size from 3,200 to 4,000 square feet and have access to Grand Wailea amenities.

The Hotel Cafe has been enjoying the live music experience for over 20 years, from nurturing a close-knit network of local singer-songwriters and bands to showcasing well-known music luminaries that prefer a more intimate atmosphere. In addition, the club has hosted approximately 25,000 performances in front of over a million fans during the last two decades.

source prnewswire

 

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