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Simrit - Live on Maui

There are no longer any performances available for this show.

Castle Theater

As the Department of Health has dictated limits on crowd sizes regarding public events, and in the best interest of our patrons, the March 22 Simrit - Live on Maui concert has been cancelled.

Refunds will be issued. 
For those who purchased tickets using cash, you MUST bring your tickets to the MACC Box Office for a full cash refund.

Ticket holders who purchased tickets using a credit card will automatically be refunded in full to the credit card used for your purchase.

We look forward to the rescheduled date for this show: Sunday, March 21, 2021. Tickets will go on sale at a later date.  
The MACC Box Office is working to process all automatic refunds for ticket buyers in the many cancellations and postponements prompted by containment measures for coronavirus (COVID-19). It is anticipated that completion of these processes may take a week or longer, given the volume of impacted events.
We ask for your patience and understanding as our staff works through this volume.  Mahalo for your kōkua.


Neo-psychedelic world beat & ethereal band Simrit is creating waves with packed theaters and concert halls, chart-topping albums, and raving fans worldwide, powering a palpable musical movement. Transcending genres with their eclectic and eccentric blend of instruments and lineages, the Simrit experience is based around lead singer/songwriter, Simrit Kaur, who was born in Athens and adopted by Greek Americans in South Carolina. 
Roots reggae, the Grateful Dead, Mazzy Star, and Led Zeppelin, among many others, have proven deeply influential as Simrit has unlocked her own unique sound.
Decades of study and experimentation with Kundalini yoga deepened Simrit’s relationship with the quantum technology of Naad (nod) yoga (the ancient science of articulating specific sounds using the power of the navel and the precision of the tip of the tongue hitting different meridian points on the roof of the mouth, impacting the brain’s neural pathways and chemicals, eliciting altered states of reality); the effects of which influence her music.
Filling out the Simrit sound and experience is Salif Bamakora on the 21-string West African kora, Shannon Hayden on guitar and electric cello (which she runs through a pedal board with wild effects), Jared May on bass & Moog synthesizer, and Devon Ashley on drums and other percussion. Simrit's music is known for its hypnotic, deep-pocket groove, haunting beauty, edge, and mind-bending atmosphere. It has been called exotic funk while also being likened to the epic, cinematic feel of David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino films.