Rancho Mirage California Music
But don't get too carried away with your weekend, because Greater Palm Springs is hosting one of the best music festivals in Southern California this weekend.
Indian Wells is in second place with 59% of the population eligible for Medicare, Rancho Mirage is in third place with 53%, and Palm Desert is in eighth place with 34%. Greater Palm Springs is home to more people with Medicare eligibility than any other district in Southern California and is the second largest metropolitan area in the state, behind San Diego County and just a few miles from San Bernardino County. With 2.5 million inhabitants, it is the third largest city in Los Angeles County, after San Francisco and San Jose, California.
Every week at 7 pm there is a dinner with music and laughter, and the Piano Bar is lit up with live entertainment to keep the crowd entertained all night long. Entertainment usually starts early in the Purple Room, but we recommend early entertainment if you want to have a series of live entertainment throughout the week.
While you enjoy the live music, sip a hand - shake a martini and enjoy a live jazz piano performance while you wait for your freshly cooked steak. If you're a fan of lounge acts, head to the Starlight Lounge in the hotel lobby to see the local musicians tickling your ivory all week. Visit the Starlights Lounge for a classic lounge act, but don't miss the sidebar terrace. While grooving to live blues, you won't miss the tacos, the specialty of the Shanghai Reds.
If you're looking for steak, ambience and entertainment under one roof, head to Sullivan's in Palm Desert. The lounge's outdoor terrace is intimate, and as you enter the lounge, you can experience Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack at the bar sizzling steaks and stiff cocktails. Palm Springs will experience the restaurant's hearty menu with comfort and live jazz piano as if it were in its Purple Room heyday. Enter the private dining room where you can dine in the comfort of your own private room and enjoy live music all week long.
The Rancho Mirage Art Affaire is held every Friday and Saturday night at the Palm Springs Convention Center in Palm Desert and is free. This is exactly what you do not get through when you participate, even if it is for a limited time.
The music in the park is free for the public, with the first seats reserved. However, you can register using the link below. Early Entertainment recommends Sullivan's Steakhouse, which has live music in its bar area and entertains guests of all ages. Entertainment starts at 7 p.m. at the Rancho Mirage Convention Center in Palm Desert and is recommended for the first Saturday of each spring. Shows usually start at 8 p.m. and end at 10 p.m. or for a limited time only.
Early Entertainment recommends the Shanghai Reds Oyster Bar, which offers live blues music at weekends. Entertainment usually starts early at the street party and starts in the late afternoon, but everyone is packed until 10pm, so be outside in the evening to enjoy the live entertainment. Early Entertainment recommends the Riviera Palm Springs Festival of Arts and Crafts in Palm Desert and recommends the first Saturday of each spring with live music starting at 6 p.m. At the Rancho Mirage Convention Center. Entertainment usually starts early during the street festival and starts at 7 p.m. or for a limited time, on Saturday and Sunday.
McBride, from Reno, has a great selection, but the center is most often used as a venue for the Rancho Mirage Music Festival and the Palm Desert Festival of Arts and Crafts. The Purple Room is aimed at a wider audience and offers a variety of live music, from blues to country to hip-hop, and that only scratches the surface of what they're doing. One of the most popular events at the Convention Center is when Carr, Carr and Rizzo perform "Friendship."
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