Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco is fresh from a stint at Madison Square Garden, and brings his Stay Hungry Tour to the Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa.
Dancers from the famed Brockus Project Dance Company will perform Feb. 22 at the Hi-Desert Cultural Center’s Blak Box Theater in Joshua Tree.
La Quinta’s Greg Cannom is capturing attention lately for his Academy Award nomination for Best Achievement In Hair & Makeup for his work on the film, Vice.
One of the most beloved and respected artists in American music, superstar Willie Nelson makes a welcome return to the desert in May.
Trisha Yearwood delves into the Frank Sinatra songbook in Let’s Be Frank, a new album that brought her to Palm Springs to visit his iconic estate.
The Coachella Valley Repertory Theatre opens its new 208-seat Cathedral City playhouse March 13 with the Broadway musical, CHESS.
As part of their eighth season, Desert Ensemble Theatre Company delivers a powerful original play about relationships and their surprising benefits.
“Modern Primitive”, a documentary film about sculptor Stan Bitters, will screen at The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five in Palm Springs during Modernism Week.
Desert X 2019, launching Feb. 9, asks whether nature can withstand development, even as the show generates cultural tourism that feeds the valley’s economy.
Inspired by Westfield Palm Desert’s expanding public art program, Westfield Wall invites creativity for indoor murals with help from Flat Black Art Supply.