[MUSIC] ‘Tis the season for outrageous reggae show lineups, this time with Afro-Latin hip-hop supergroup O-Maya, a 10-piece band from Berkeley, Calif, which features a neo-traditionalist, a “Prophet of Rage,” an accordian player, and an Oscar-nominated feature film scorer in their line-up. Also featuring legendary dancehall and R&B crossover reggae artists Chaka Demus & Pliers, as well as fiery reggae rap queen Tanya Stephens, writer of such hits as “It’s a Pity,” grrrl-empowering ”Yuh Nuh Ready (Fe This Yet)” and “Big Ninja Bike”—a song dissing men who don’t match up on sexual promises. Word. Tickets: $25 in advance, available at the MACC Box Office, Beach Road Records (Kihei), Groove 2 Music (Lahaina), and Ainokea, Queen Ka’ahumanu Center (Kahului). Food from Applegate Catering, Maui Tacos, Maui Kazowie Kettle Korn, with dessert and coffee by Vasi’s. Tickets: $30 day of show.