Act 136 is in effect. On October 7th The Maui County Liquor Commission  defined dancing as: 
To move your body in a way that goes with the 
rhythm and style of music that is being played.

They then stated you can dance off a dance floor,
just not in a walkway or aisle.

Dance 'cause we are FREE.

Donations to Maui Dance Advocates are 
not tax-deductible, but will give us capital
to raise awareness and support.

We have been working hard for 9 years to figure out if we can bob our heads and tap are toes in bars and restaurants.  We like dance floors for dancing, but we want a little wiggle room while we are standing around listening to music in places that sell alcohol. 

Recreational Dancers Coalition
Flash Mob 

Friday March 13th was a success.
News Coverage

LC Hearing October 7th

Flash Mob @ the Capitol
Maui Dance Advocates on HPR       2011

Dance Protest at the County Building

To take part in the Movement Freedom Movement  call Jīvā Jīvē (808)264-7691

You can dance if you want too!

Maui Dance Advocates is an unincorporated association dedicated to fighting for the right to dance in Maui county.  
Currently unpermitted dancing in places where liquor is served is not allowed by order of the Liquor Commission.

'A'A I Ka Hula
Dare to Dance
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