Summer Entertainment around Palm Springs

The summer is an exciting times for the Palm Springs region. During the summer, travelers can expect great deals. Consequently, the summer in this region is not quite as quiet as it used to be during the slow season. In fact, there is a wide array of reasons you should check out Palm Springs and its surrounding communities during the warm season. The following are some great attractions you won’t want to miss.

Dive-In Movies

Don’t let the heat prevent you from taking advantage of the deep summer discounts available in Palm Springs. In fact, when it gets really hot, vacationers can do as the natives do and head to venues like Knott’s Soak City where “Dive-In Movies” are featured. Float around the venue’s wave pool while enjoying a great film. It’s a great way to enjoy an evening swim and movie entertainment at the same time. When you just want to relax after a long day of shopping or sightseeing, this is the perfect way to do it.

McCallum Theatre

Located in nearby Palm Desert, the McCallum Theatre is a revered cultural attraction that always features an extraordinary spring and summer line up. From gorgeous dance performances to music concerts to family-friendly features, the theatre strives to bring the region some of the most thrilling acts today. You’ll find both domestic and international groups on the theatre’s schedule. Procure tickets to an upcoming show and plan for a long weekend in the Palm Springs region.

Palm Springs Art Museum

The Palm Springs Art Museum is planning for an exciting summer with exhibitions and activities for all ages. Children can attend storytelling sessions and there are plenty of lectures and workshops designed for adults. Of course, it’s always pleasant simply to enjoy the featured exhibitions. Cool off at the museum any day of week. You can top off your visit with a lunch or dinner at one of the nearby eateries.

Palm Springs Village Fest

If you’re in town between June and September on a Thursday evening, be sure to attend Village Fest in downtown Palm Springs. Starting at 7 PM, the fest brings throngs together to enjoy shopping in the myriad of marketplace stalls. There’s usually live music and plenty of great food to enjoy too. Village Fest allows you to enjoy the city’s excellent evening ambience. If it’s warm, you can always head back to your hotel or resort to cool off at the pool.

Indian Canyons

Indian Canyons is a celebrated natural setting that is perfect for outdoor lovers to explore. So long as you bring plenty of water, you’ll be able to enjoy some picturesque hiking trails as you explore this revered cultural setting. The staff recommends you hike with someone else as a safety. When hiking the back country, you should definitely turn back when you’ve used up half your water supply. To avoid the hot mid-day sun, try to get in an early morning hike.

There is always something to do in Palm Springs and its surrounding communities no matter what time of year you visit. The summer is an enjoyable time because it tends to be somewhat less crowded. So, make your travel arrangements and prepare for your Palm Springs family entertainment in the coming weeks or months.