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Palm Springs Experiences Coming Up

Marilyn Monroe Palm Springs

Entertainment heating up in the desert

Palm Springs, Calif. – Ready for a little fun in the warm desert sun! The weather isn't the only thing heating up as entertainment returns to Palm Springs and Coachella Valley.

Here's a quick look at what's happening in Palm Springs and beyond in 2022.

Modernism Week- February 17 – 27

Modernism Week's annual 11-day festival will feature more than 350 events including the Palm Springs Modernism Show & Sale, tours of iconic homes in more than 30 neighborhoods, and the popular Signature Home Tour. Also offered are architectural walking, biking and double-decker bus tours, a classic car show, a vintage trailer show, garden tours, nightly parties, and a special series of compelling and informative talks. All events are open to the public, and many events are free or low cost.
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Oasis Music Festival – Jan 26 – 30

Witness history as the inaugural Oasis Music Festival revives the storied past of the musical playground that made Palm Springs famous. The Oasis Music Festival will present the celebrity, excitement, and swank of Palm Springs through this world-class music festival featuring all genres of music taking place at more than 60 venues over four days.
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Palm Springs Windmill Tours

This year marks the 40 year anniversary of the wind farms. What better time than now to take a windmill tour and learn about these iconic forms of energy. Whether you take our self-driving tour or a VIP Chartered Tour, their expert guides will describe the inner workings of wind turbines and how it contributes to our energy grid and clean energy solution.
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PS Air Bar – Reserve Your Seat Today!

Palm Springs continues to be like no place else now with the only venue in the U.S. with an airline-themed speakeasy. Meet owners behind this amazing experience, Tom Beatty and Dennis Costa. It's in a real 737 fuselage with real airline seats. Like the glory days – when passengers gathered at the bar inside the plane. And talk about fair! All staff from busboys to bartenders wear four stripes.
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