Lahaina Civic Center
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The Lahaina Civic Center is a sports, convention and entertainment complex located at Ka'a'ahi Street and Honoapi'ilani Highway in Lahaina, Hawaii, on the island of Maui. It is the site of the annual Maui Invitational Basketball Tournament, held every November during Thanksgiving week and hosted by Chaminade University. Other events include the World Youth Basketball Tournament in July, concerts, trade shows, community festivals and fairs.
The Civic Center Gymnasium is a 2,400-seat indoor arena with 20,800 square feet (160' by 130') of arena floor space, permanent seating on the East end and retractable bleachers on the North and South ends. It has four limited locker room facilities and two public restrooms. The arena floor can accommodate side-by-side recreation courts with the North and South bleachers retracted.
The Social Hall is an air-conditioned 4,140-square-foot (90' by 46') meeting room with seating for up to 322 people. It can be divided into two smaller rooms and contains a basic kitchen.
The breezeway hosts a war memorial.
Three payphones (two at the main concourse and one at the gym) are available along with water fountains. Maui County Parks and Recreation is located in this building.
The 2,000-seat amphitheater is an open-air auditorium with a 2,176-square-foot (68'-by-32') stage, tiered lawn seating, dressing rooms and sound and lighting systems. The lawn measures 48,360 square feet (4,493 m2).
Five tennis courts are available, with overhead lighting and water fountains. Parking is available for 900 cars.