Frequently Asked Questions

Where are festival passes available for purchase?

TICKET OUTLETS - Blaisdell Box Office and all WalMarts

CHARGE BY PHONE - 1-800-745-3000



When will I receive my festival passes if I purchased online between dates April 15 - July 1?

If you paid in full festival passes will be delivered starting June 20.

If you are on payment plan your festival passes will be delivered one week after completion of payment plan.  


What if I missed a payment on my payment plan schedule?

Customer Service will email you a CHANGE CARD LINK to update your payment plan schedule. If they have not done so yet please email us at


What if I need to use a new credit card for balance of payment plan?

Customer Service can email you a CHANGE CARD LINK to update your new credit card information. Email us at and link will be sent to you.


What is your cancelation policy?

Festival passes are 100% Non Refundable. If you decide to cancel your payment plan you automatically forfeit all monies paid prior to cancelation. Read full details in disclaimer prior to final check out. 


Whats is the festival lineup for each day?

See "2016 Lineup" Page for detailed artist set times and performance dates.


What is The MayJah RayJah Music Festival?

The annual island music festival celebrating seven years as Hawaii’s “must experience” music festival returns with an all-star lineup. Established in 2009, The MayJah RayJah Music Festival has become a true staple in Hawaii’s island music scene. Since its inception, this annual festival has delivered over 30 festivals on four different islands attracting tens of thousands of loyal island music fans!


This year we are taking it up a notch with ALL STAR lineup featuring two solid nights of premiere island entertainment on Oahu and Maui simultaneously! This year's lineup includes national recording artists J Boog ("Let's Do It Again"), Iration (“Falling”, “Time Bomb”), and international reggae superstar Matisyahu ( “King Without A Crown”, “One Day”, “Jerusalem”, “Sunshine”.) Also featured in this all-star line-up is reggae legend YellowMan, SpawnBreezie, Aotearoa’s Sons Of Zion, Eli-Mac, Hawaii favorites Rebel SoulJahz and more.


In a commitment to advancing the community, this year The MayJah RayJah Music Festival will benefit the Partners in Development Foundation. Since 1997, Partners in Development Foundation (PIDF) has been dedicated to drawing upon the ancient Hawaiian cultural traditions to meet the current challenges facing today’s Hawaiian population. Using vital traditional concepts such as the ahupua‘a system of land and environmental stewardship, and ho‘ona‘auao, traditional mentorship in education, Partners in Development creates and implements programs to address the needs of at-risk groups within the Hawaiian community, such as preschool children, their caregivers, and economically depressed neighborhoods.