The Hi-Def Hi-Desert Fringe Festival is geared toward for both artists and audiences, while Idyllwild hosts a walk/run event in the cool pines to benefit its schools.
More than 100 bands perform at Idyllwild Strong to raise money for disaster relief, while comedian Sebastian Maniscalco makes a tour stop in Rancho Mirage.
We found a special deal and activities that will enhance your experience at 8,500 feet once you ride the Palm Springs Tram.
Multiplatinum artist Mary J. Blige comes to the desert, while Splash House takes over downtown Palm Springs at three hotels.
Queen Extravaganza frontman Marc Martel has the vocal chops to do justice to legendary Queen hits, and enjoy dinner with songs at Acqua California Bistro.
Latino comedy takes the spotlight with Spanish Comedy Slam, Taste of Summer Rancho Mirage hits full stride, and enjoy the rom-com film, “Call Me Brother”.
Taste of Summer Rancho Mirage offers discount meals for foodies, while the top dancers meet in Palm Desert for the Desert Classic DanceSport Championships.
Things to Do in the Desert: Jethro Tull brings his 50th anniversary tour to the desert, while “Spring Awakening” opens at the Palm Canyon Theatre.
Fourth of July anchors a week sure to be tops on the list of vacationers, while Palm Canyon Theater opens “Spring Awakening”, a play for mature audiences.
Summer Rap Jam leads a musical weekend featuring Warren G while this is the closing weekend for the Lavender Festival in Cherry Valley.