It’s been a long hiatus for Maui’s gayest dance party and now it’s high time for Maui Aids Foundation to get their groove back. Which is good because the Maui Aids Foundation Mardi Gras Party returns to the King Kamehameha Golf Club on March 16 with plenty of dance music, cocktails, food and entertainment. Cee Cee will host the party with performances from the Maui Roller Girls and the Girly Show. Music includes Men in Black II, AstroRaph and CIA. Prizes for best costume will be awarded so pimp out your best Mardi Gras get up and get out. An art show with artwork by James Hanlon II, Michael Horton, Kevin Omuro, Jennifer Owen, Sidney Yee will be ongoing at the dance-a-thon.
The Maui Aids Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to stopping the spread of HIV infection and AIDS by raising public consciousness and maximizing the quality of life for those affected by HIV/AIDS. It’s no easy task, so do your part by attending the event. Proceeds from the gala will support MAF and their programs, which include client care, housing, food for those living with HIV/AIDS and prevention and education for all of Maui.
General admission is only $25 while VIP tickets are $100 and include a champagne reception. Sponsorships of $1,000 to $2,500 are available that include tables of 10 and VIP admittance. Visit MauiAIDS.org or call 242-4900 to purchase tickets.