Greater Palm Springs has grown into a hub for major festivals and events. Whether it’s watching the world’s tennis elite vie for the BNP Paribas Open trophy or checking out the incredible concert scene at Coachella and Stagecoach, special events take center stage throughout the year. Our desert oasis also hosts PGA and LPGA golf tournaments; top competitive running and cycling events; celebrations of art, architecture and fashion; Native American pageants and holiday happenings; a bevy of film, music, food and wine festivals; winter polo and even a golf cart parade! Why not plan your trip around one of Greater Palm Springs’ world-class events?
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Get up close to all of the polo action while dining on the patio of ROC's Firehouse Grille at the Cantina. Matches feature play by play commentary as the thundering hooves roll by. Seating is first-come, first-serve, so be sure to arrive early!
The Cantina is also open Tuesday - Sunday for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and offers one of the most beautiful sunset views in the Desert. Rub shoulders with the players at the Cantina Sunday Polo After Party with live entertainment.
A celebration for our Canadian friends presented by Bette King Productions. Featuring specialty products, food and beverage, food trucks, live entertainment, arcade games, vendor booths, arts and handicrafts, beauty and glamour, featured real estate, health and wellness, new technologies, seminars, special services, and prize drawings.
Red Robinson, celebrity disc jockey from Canada, will be on-stage Saturday from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. featuring stories from his 60 years plus in the television and radio industries as well as doing many voice overs that you will fondly remember. Find him at the Author's Booth on Sunday from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
“Hilarious, inebriating and elegant all at the same time… if there were an award for most girlish and glamorous, funniest, mouthiest diva/icon/trans person/comedian, the inimitable Miss Coco Peru would win hands down.” - L.A. Weekly.
Storyteller Miss Coco Peru got his/her start in NYC 20 years ago. Now catch Coco at Purple Room, two nights only.