Maui’s Hottest New Show Celebrates Elvis’ Birthday with Giving

Maui’s Hottest New Show Celebrates Elvis’ Birthday with Giving

Burn’n Love at Maui Theatre celebrates “the King’s” birthday from Hawaii

LAHAINA, MAUI, HAWAI'I— Maui’s newest and hottest live music show Burn’n Love, which debuted last month to rave reviews by industry insiders and audiences of all ages and likings, is celebrating Elvis’ birthday by giving back to the people and places that were special to him.

In addition to an initial donation to Maui Food Bank of $5,000, the show will continue to donate a portion of every Burn’n Love ticket sold to help the valuable non-profit’s mission of feeding the island’s hungry.

Burn’n Love not only honors the time, place and historical significance of Elvis in Hawai’i, but the deep love that the “King” had for Hawai’i and its people. “Two things we know about Elvis – he loved Hawai’i and he loved giving back,” said Executive Producer Mike Kattawar. “We vow to do the same with Burn’n Love.”

In addition, starting on Elvis’ birthday (January 8) and through the end of January 2014, Burn’n Love will offer 20% off all music and retail items at Fans can also receive a free CD plus 10% off when booking two adult tickets to Burn’n Love. Tickets must be booked online at or by calling Maui Theatre at (808) 856-7900. Use coupon code BDAY10. Burn’n Love birthday promotions are valid through January 31, 2014. Not valid with other offers. One CD per party.

About Burn’n Love:

“Best new show in Hawaii in years… I actually thought I was watching Elvis!” - Tom Moffatt, entertainment mogul and the man personally responsible for bringing Elvis to Hawaii.

Voted “Top 10 Stage Moments of 2013” in all of Maui – Michael Pulliam, Entertainment Writer for The Maui News.

“Darren Lee is a true entertainer! He will amaze you with how much he looks, sings and dances like Elvis.” – Joe Hawkins, “Maui Sunrise Show” KONI 104.7 Maui

Elvis’ Aloha from Hawai’i concert made television history in 1973 when it was broadcast live via satellite to more than 1 billion people around the world, solidifying Hawai’i’s place in Elvis’ musical career and life. Now, audiences can indulge in the nostalgia and relive the excitement of Elvis in Hawaiʻi with Burn’n Love.

The dynamic new show features Darren Lee, an award-winning performer who just wrapped up 11 years as the longest-running Elvis performer in the history of Las Vegas. He also won the esteemed World Elvis Competition in Memphis, Tennessee in 1997. With Burn’n Love, Lee and a brilliant cast of dancers and musicians present an authentic tribute to Elvis featuring his No. 1 hits as well as his legendary outfits, hip-shaking dance moves and irresistible charm.

“Our show was designed to capture Elvis’ time in Hawaii and Hawaii’s influence on Elvis’ life, his movies and music,” said Darren Lee. “I am honored to be able to share that with the world.”

Burn’n Love runs every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 8pm at the Maui Theatre. Tickets range in price from $59.99 to $99.99 for an all-access pass. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit



(L to R) Burn’n Love General Manager, Rick Dunaj and Executive Producer Mike Kattawar present $5,000 donation to Maui Food Bank Executive Director Richard Yust.


Tom Moffatt, who played a big part in Elvis’ multiple visits to Hawaii and a friend to Elvis, greets Burn’n Love star Darren Lee. Tom was quoted as saying of the show, “Best new show in Hawaii in years… I actually thought I was watching Elvis!”


A striking resemblance to Elvis Presley in Burn’n Love with “Hound Dog”.


A fan favorite, Lee shows off his dance moves in Rock-A-Hula Baby.

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