You haven't seen magnificence until you've seen the Coachella Valley come to life in the spring. The wildflowers and cactus are blooming in the Palm Springs area from March through June. The desert is a wondrous place with lots to do and see. But, ahhhhh, the nightlife.
Before I get to that, I need to mention, "The 25th Annual WildLights" at the zoo, which begins on November 24th and runs on selected nights through December 24th, from 6-9PM. This place is so much more than a zoo, it is, "The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens", on Portola Ave. in Palm Desert. You must experience this special event with thousands of twinkling lights and lanterns that make the desert come alive! Now on to the nightlife...
The cold weather is rapidly approaching, which means it's time to seek out someplace warm and fun. Summer may have come to an end, but rather than hiding in your home throughout the winter, consider spending some time in another, much warmer part of the country.
Nobody ever said the holidays had to be cold.
Palm Springs offers an assortment of oasis adventures, unforgettable scenery, world-class museums, and some of the finest cuisine available for travelers on holiday hoping for a little more than the usual snow and eggnog.
Vintage Warbirds won’t be the only things buzzing in Palm Springs November 18th!
The Props and Hops Craft Beer Festival combines military aircraft history with some of the best craft brewing you can find in Southern Cali.
Held noon to 5pm in the new Palm Springs Air Museum’s General Miles Hangar, Props and Hops features food, live music from David Macias and DJ Alex Harrington (Voted 2016’s Best Club DJ by CV Weekly), and complimentary beer tastings from over 17 of California’s premier craft breweries, including Absolution, Ballast Point, Belching Beer, Boochcraft, Komchaka, Bootleggers, Charlie's Beer, Coachella Valley Brewing, Drake's, Fig Mountain, Firestone Walker, Hangar 24, King Harbor, Lagunitas, La Quinta, Refuge, Stone Church, Thorn Street, and more!