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April 2015 Events

 

1 THRU 5 Kraft Nabisco Championship.

The first “Major” LPGA tournament of the year features top female golfers. Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage. 760-324-4546 website

 

1 THRU 5 Dinah Shore Week.

Annual event is the largest lesbian gathering in the world. website

 

3 THRU 5 Indian Wells Art Festival.

A premier fine arts festival attracting thousands annually. Featuring 200 judged and juried artists and hundreds of pieces of one-of-a-kind artwork available for sale. Watch Glass Blowing, Monumental Rock Sculpting, Wood Carving, Pottery Wheel Demonstrations, Weaving and Mural Painting. Glass, Beadmaking and Canvas Stretching Demonstrations all day! Indian Wells Tennis Garden 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (Gates close at 4:00). 760-346-0042 website

 

5 Easter Sunday. Call ahead as some venues may be closed.

 

10 THRU 12 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival – Weekend 1 of 2.

Annual alternative music festival will feature a mix of artists on multiple stages. Last  year’s line-up featured more than 150 acts including Outkast, Muse, Arcade Fire, Calvin Harris, and many more! Empire Polo Field in Indio. website

 

12 17th Annual Opera in the Park.

This is the premiere cultural event in the Coachella Valley and you will not want to miss it. If you wish to reserve space under the tent, please contact the Guild. Otherwise come with a blanket or chair and protection from the sun and enjoy this free concert with music lovers from all over the U.S. and Canada.  Noon to 5 at Sunrise Park in downtown Palm Springs. 760-325-6107 website

 

15 Tacheva Block party

Open-air concert in the parking lots of the Spa Resort Casino. Features headliner Fitz & The Tantrums professional DJ and three unsigned opening acts. Spa Resort Casino 760-322-4800 website

 

17 THRU 19 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival – Weekend 2 of 2.

Annual alternative music festival will feature a mix of artists on multiple stages. This year’s line-up will feature more than 150 acts including Outkast, Muse, Arcade Fire, Calvin Harris, and many more! Empire Polo Field in Indio. website

 

22 Earth Day

 

22 Celebrate Earth Day at The Living Desert.

This daytime event will offer fun and exciting activities for the entire family. Bring a recyclable item and trade it for a native plant grown here at The Living Desert. Living Desert. 760-346-5694 website

 

24 Publisher’s Birthday Gala.

Celebrate the birthday of one of Coachella Valley’s finest. 760-668-6863

 

24 THRU 27 White Party.

Drawing more than 20,000 gay men from all over the world it’s one of the largest events on the US party circuit. After-hours events and pool parties. 888-777-8886 website

 

24 THRU 26 Stagecoach.

Annual Country Music event is one of the top destination festivals with more than 100,000 music fans in attendance last year. This year’s line-up is led by headliners: Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert, & Blake Shelton. Empire Polo Field, Indio. website

 

26 THRU May 1 The Palm Springs Photo Festival

An intense week-long event for professional, emerging and serious advanced amateur photographers. They are dedicated to providing a rich program intended to inspire, educate and instill or reignite passion for the art and commerce of photography. Hyatt Regency Suites, Korakia Pensione and The Palm Springs Art Museum. 800-928-8314 website

 

TBD Zoo Camp.

Offered to children ages 4 – 12, several times throughout the year. Campers learn about plants and animals, the environment (including our own desert) and what it’s like to work at a zoo. Each session runs from 8:30am to 12:00 noon. Registration required. Living Desert. 760-346-5694 website

 

TBD The Rock Yard Reopens

The Rock Yard’s new season begins Saturday, April 19, 2014. Live music can be found inside LIT (link) every Friday and Saturday night. And don’t miss the new Country Night inside LIT. Thursday nights you can hoot ‘n holler and line dance to local Country bands and tribute performances to some of Country’s biggest stars. Fantasy Springs Resort Casino. 800-827-2946 website

 

TBD Annual Easter Egg Hunt.

More than 3,000 strategically hidden eggs and a special visit from the Easter Bunny on a fire engine. Palm Springs Firemen’s Association annual Easter Egg Hunt at Ruth Hardy Park. 9am 760-323-8181

 

TBD Desert Living Home Show.

Show Features Include Market Place & Gift Pavilion, Designer Rooms – Décor Ideas Abound, Eco – Friendly Products & Services, How-To- Demos – Simple Projects to Major Repairs. Palm Springs Convention Center. 949-361-9142 or website

 

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