Posted on 30 Apr
Our picks of places to go and things to do to make the most of your month in Palm Springs.
EAT TACOS & SIP TEQUILA HERE - Tequila & Tacos Fiesta in Old Town La Quinta brings together two of The Agency’s favorite pastimes (tacos and tequila, of course) for an evening of family fun on May 4th. Enjoy tastings from local restaurants in Old Town along with live mariachi music and plenty of frothy margaritas to make it feel like a party.
DO DINNER & A MOVIE HERE - Street Food Cinema returns to La Quinta Park this summer season, pairing some of the best pop culture film screenings under the stars with gourmet street food trucks and live music. Don’t miss the next screening on May 25th, featuring Selena with special guest, Grammy Award-winning artist Chris Perez (the lead guitarist for his wife Selena’s band).
SCOPE OUT THE ART SCENE HERE - A long-standing tradition on Palm Desert’s El Paseo, often referred to as “The Rodeo Drive of the Desert,” El Paseo Art Walk is held on the First Friday of every month, November through May. The street comes alive with gallery openings, artist receptions and more, with courtesy carts dropping gallery hoppers off at all the top spots along the way. Be sure to catch the last Art Walk of the season on May 3rd!
CELEBRATE MUSIC HERE - Now in its 17th year, Joshua Tree Music Festival brings a family-friendly global music experience to Joshua Tree Lake RV & Campground May 16th to 19th. While the focus is live music, the weekend-long event features everything from sunrise yoga sessions to a bodywork oasis, art installations, world food market and more.
VEG OUT HERE - Coachella Valley’s first vegan festival, Desert VegFest takes to CSUSB’s Palm Desert Campus on May 11th for a day celebrating all things vegan. Enjoy vegan food vendors, cooking demos, speakers and live music.
SHOP & SNACK HERE - Every Thursday night, world-famous Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs transforms into Village Fest, a bustling, pedestrian (and dog-) friendly street fair featuring a wide array of artists, artisans, entertainers, food stands and more.