Friday, January 24, 2014

Rock Icon Mick Fleetwood to be Special Guest Star at World Whale Day on Maui

Mick Fleetwood will be a special guest star at the 34th Annual World Whale Day Celebration on Saturday, February 15 at Kalama Park on South Kihei Road, Kihei. 

A community event attended by more than 25,000 Maui residents and visitors last year, World Whale Day starts at 9 am and continues until 7 pm. Admission is free. 

Mick Fleetwood will be taking the stage at World Whale Day as a guest performer with the R.E. Metoyer Blues, Rock and Soul Revue. 

He will also be serving as the Grand Marshall in the Parade of Whales, which kicks off the World Whale Day festivities at 9 am along South Kihei Road.This colorful parade begins at Alanui Keali'i Drive, proceeds north along South Kihei Road and ends at Kihei Public Library on Waimahaihai Street.

Immediately after the Parade of Whales, World Whale Day offers a full day of free live entertainment by some of Hawaii's top recording stars, plus hula, great food by local restaurants, a carnival for children, displays about whales and Maui's environment and a huge "Made on Maui" artisans' fair.

"Mick Fleetwood is a Maui resident and an advocate of the humpback whales that come to Maui each winter," says Greg Kaufman, Founder and Executive Director of Pacific Whale Foundation. "It is an honor to have Mick express his love of the whales and our ocean environment by taking part in the Parade of Whales and World Whale Day."

Restaurants hosting food booths will include Fleetwood's on Front St., Three's Bar and Grill, Monsoon India, Beach Bum's, Stella Blues Cafe, and Porto Mediterranean Grill and Pizzeria. 

Mick Fleetwood will be available to sign autographs at the Fleetwood's on Front St. booth.

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