Doors open at 3P / Show at 4P - Tickets are limited to accommodate social distance between tables.
In order to be aligned with the Covid-19 restrictions, tickets will be sold by the table. All tables are socially distanced, please wear your masks when you're not actively eating or drinking. A clear barrier will surround the artist on stage for added protection and 10 feet from the audience. Your safety is our #1 concern!
Food options and cocktails will be available for purchase during the show.
Don't just come for the entertainment, da Playground Maui opens DAILY for Happy Hour at 3P!
Born in Makati City, Philippines, Camile Velasco's family later moved to Haiku, Maui—located in the islands of Hawaii. Prior to American Idol, Velasco was a struggling songwriter/composer who worked at her parents' IHOP Restaurant in Kahului.
On American Idol, Velasco’s trademark was a red, yellow and green Rasta wristband, which she continually wore on her left wrist as a good luck charm and as a homage to the reggae movement (and her idols, Lauryn Hill and Bob Marley, in particular). According to her, the three colors represented peace, happiness, and unity, respectively. Velasco also wore the 3rd Eye Vision logo of the Hieroglyphics, a San Francisco Bay Area hip-hop crew, on several occasions, reflecting her love of the music and culture. In the media, Velasco became known for wearing self-designed apparel, and for being consistently unafraid to express her unique interests, conscious outlook, and sensitive ideology.