Acrisure Arena

Acrisure Arena is the newest venue in Greater Palm Springs offering live entertainment and sports. With its sleek architecture and state-of-the-art facilities, this dynamic hub features an 11,000+ capacity and has hosted some of the biggest acts in entertainment, including Harry Styles, Bryan Adams, and Paramore (with more exciting performers always added to the lineup). During hockey season, catch the Coachella Valley Firebirds — the AHL affiliate of the Seattle Kraken — competing on ice. Whether you're a music lover or a sports fan, there's no shortage of fun at Acrisure Arena for everyone to enjoy.

  • Where Is Greater Palm Springs?

    Greater Palm Springs is located within the Coachella Valley, which is part of Riverside County. Greater Palm Springs includes 9 unique cities and communities. Known for its picturesque landscapes, year-round sunshine, signature events, golf courses, luxury resorts, and various recreational activities, this Southern California oasis is the perfect destination for anyone seeking fun in the sun. 

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Keep It 'Chill' Year Round In Greater Palm Springs

Nestled adjacent to the Acrisure Arena, sits the Berger Foundation Iceplex. This modern facility boasts pristine ice rinks that glisten under the spotlight, offering a platform for both seasoned athletes and aspiring skaters to glide and twirl. The Iceplex serves as a training ground for hockey champions, figure skating prodigies, and recreational skaters alike.

A Story of Fire on Ice

Firebirds at Acrisure Arena

The Coachella Valley Firebirds first touched down in 2022, officially becoming Greater Palm Springs first professional sports team. Throughout their inaugural season, the Firebirds captivated audiences with thrilling performances. They have very quickly become a must-see attraction when in Greater Palm Springs.

Coachella Valley Firebirds Season Preview

Following an electric run to the Calder Cup championship finals in their inaugural campaign, the

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5 Things to Know About Acrisure Arena

On June 2, 2021, the first shovel hit the dirt in the 43.5-acre plot of land that would become the

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