Save the date - the fabulous Modernism Week FALL PREVIEW is set for October 21-23, 2016, kicking off Palm Springs' active social and recreational season. The preview will showcase midcentury modern design, fashion, art, architecture, and culture of the Palm Springs area.
This highly anticipated event will be held at various locations throughout the Palm Springs area and is a preview of the Modernism Week festival scheduled for February 16-26, 2017. The fall preview will feature some of the best events planned for the upcoming February festival - visit notable architectural sites on walking or bike tours; enjoy fabulous home tours; mingle at festive cocktail parties; attend interesting lectures; view classic cars; enjoy a Premier Double Decker Architectural Bus Tour and visit the Modernism Show & Sale. There are so many diverse things to do, it'll be a Columbus Day weekend you'll always remember.
If you're looking for something unique to do in the Coachella Valley, the Palm Springs Thursday Night Village Fest is a great way to enjoy a favorite outdoor event for both locals and visitors alike.
This weekly street fair presents a variety of artists, entertainers, artisans and special events; at the same time, you can have fun perusing (and enjoying!) a wide selection of jewelry, snacks, flowers, sweets, and fresh fruits and veggies. And the location is ideal - right in the heart of downtown Palm Springs between Amado and Baristo Roads on Palm Canyon Drive, a street world famous for its restaurants, shops, clubs and other entertainment spots that add to the excitement of Village Fest. With all this to offer, it's easy to understand why Thursday Night Village Fest is one of the most popular events in Palm Springs!
An exciting new event is coming to Palm Springs this year - the 1st Annual Comic Con Palm Springs. From August 26-28, 2016 you can participate in awesome events and meet some of the greatest legends from the world of comic books and entertainment, including the one and only Stan Lee.
Considered "one of the godfathers of comics," Marvel founder Stan Lee has a host of credits behind him, including being one of the most famous comic book writers as well as co-creator of Spider-Man, the Hulk, Iron Man, Fantastic Four and X-Men, among others. His honors include being inducted into the Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame and the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame; he also received the 2008 National Medal of Arts.
As a celebration of Wonder Woman's 75th anniversary, special guests include film and TV celebrity Susan Eisenberg who is best known for her Wonder Woman voice-overs, as well as comic book writers and artists like Amanda Deibert, Cat Staggs, Phil Jimenez and many more.