Held at Indio’s Empire Polo Club over two weekends in April, this is one of the hottest indie-music festivals of its kind featuring major headliners and the stars of tomorrow. Get tickets early or forget about it.
Debuted in 2016 and held at the same venue as Coachella, albeit in autumn, this two-weekend festival has been nicknamed 'Oldchella' for the OG rockers gigged in: the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Styx, Kansas and more.
Every Thursday night locals and visitors alike flock to downtown Palm Springs for this street fair with food stalls, craft vendors, music and entertainment. It runs for three blocks south of Tahquitz Canyon Way.
Ten-day celebration of all things mid-Century Modern: architecture and home tours, films, lectures, design show and lots of parties. There are more than 250 events but tickets to some sell out quickly.
This kickin' women's pool party and music festival draws grrrls from around the country to a long weekend of dancing, partying and flirting. Held at various venues around town.
January brings a Hollywood-star-studded two-week film festival, showing more than 200 films from around the world. A short-film festival follows in June.
The huge gay dance festival makes a stop in Palm Springs with top DJs, hot bods and pool parties galore.
Held at Indio’s Empire Polo Club, this festival celebrates new and established country-music artists.
For old-fashioned carnival fun, concerts, a nightly musical pageant, and outrageous camel and ostrich races, swing by this county fair with an Arabian Nights theme. From I-10, take the Monroe St exit. Parking is $10…
The LGBTQ community and their friends paint Palm Canyon Dr pink with concerts, dancing, a parade and more queens than at a royal wedding.