Indio offers a focus on arts, a rising food scene, polo, and a calendar of cultural events that fosters valleywide tourism.
Jackalope Rancho in Indio captured the top spot in 11 categories for Palm Springs Life’s annual Best of the Best Voting. See the best places in Indio and Coachella.
The 24th Annual Indio International Tamale Festival means the chance to taste a variety of tamales, including a healthy version from home grown Qué Mami Organics.
For the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, their annual Powwow is more than a celebration that offers up grand performances with monetary prizes.
Expect to see Charles G. Bill Jr. defend his three-time crown as tamale-eating champ at the 23rd annual Indio International Tamale Festival, Dec. 6-7. The free-admission festival attracts more than 100,000 people.
Reputed to be among the longest par-3 golf courses in the country, the Indio Municipal Golf Course is the only track in the desert to be lit at night.
An Indio couple looking for bigger players to market their health bar product, TRUELicious, participated in the Whole Foods Vendor Fair in anticipation of the store’s Palm Desert opening in late September.