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.
Sarah Sanders, former White House press secretary for President Donald Trump, will speak in the desert Feb. 7-8 at fundraisers for Mama’s House.
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.
Award-winning journalist Bob Woodward will discuss “The State of the American Presidency” as part of the Palm Springs Speakers series in March 2020.
Southern California blogger Ruby Keyvani finds her inspiration in Palm Springs, and she has put together her top places to visit for a desert weekend.
Each year, readers vote for their favorites in the desert to eat, stay, shop and explore to create the Palm Springs Life Best of the Best 2019 list.
With the likes of Louis The Child, Melvv, and Gryffin in its August lineup, Splash House continues to make the desert a music destination.
You can volunteer to help gather a crop of olives that will be used to produce Sunnylands Olive Oil when the Rancho Mirage estate opens in September.