Lizzy and The Triggermen play Vintage Vibe

Desert Oasis and Vintage Vibe Festival Debut in October

Two big music events make their mark in the desert.

Emily Chavous Arts & Entertainment

If you were worried we might experience a shortage of music festivals this fall because of the lack of encore by Oldchella (ahem, Desert Trip), dust off your geo-print caftan because October is ripe with frolicsome festivities. Two new fests, Desert Oasis and Vintage Vibe Festival, supplement the scene with a range of old-school hip hop, punk rock, and hipster-friendly

Splash House June 2017

Life is a Ball at Splash House

Sunglasses, swimsuits, and the life aquatic makes for a poolside music experience unique to Palm Springs.

Erin Peters Arts & Entertainment

Splash House Palm Springs fosters an intimate yet riotous environment that takes the music festival concept out of the sweltering desert landscape and brings it poolside. Splash House Splash House has grown from approximately 600 people in 2013 to nearly 6,000 for its most recent installment, June 9-11, according to festival organizers. Festivalgoers are shuttled between the Renaissance, the Riviera,

stagecoach

The Insider’s Guide to Stagecoach

What to bring, where to go, and getting home.

CAROLINE RYDER Arts & Entertainment

Coachella’s smaller country cousin was born in 2007 and is now ranked the third most successful music festival in the U.S., with fans happily returning from Tennessee, Alabama, and Appalachia in RVs, choppers, and possibly on horseback year after year to see the tried-and-true headliners on the Mane stage. Where Coachella shuns sponsorship, Stagecoach embraces the might and tradition of