1269 E. Palm Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs, CA 92264
Phone: (760) 323-2775
Fax: (760) 323-4234
Camelot Theatres goes beyond the expectations of your average movie theatre. With a small selection of more independent films, this theatre shies away from the general feel of a larger mainstream multiplex. This well-known state of the art cinema is also home to the exquisite Camelot Café, an upscale eatery offering a delightful selection of fresh salads, sandwiches, fresh baked goods, beer, wine and gourmet coffees. Not only does this theatre house excellent films, and gourmet food, celebrities have been known to frequent it.
This cineplex has multiple screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please check out the website.
This spirited, well-produced show is held in the landmark Plaza Theatre, a 1930s movie palace now enjoying a second run as the permanent home of the Palm Spring Follies. The show celebrates the music, dance and comedy of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s! The show also has renown guest stars, international variety acts and the Legendary Line of Long-Legged Lovelies.
This theater house has a long history in the Palm Springs community. Just like a Hollywood star, this charming, small theater has seen it all. It had a bright beginning in 1936 as a motion picture house, a stunning career blow as Palm Springs' fortunes fell, years of neglect and finally, a brilliant comeback as the permanent home of the popular Palm Springs Follies. Surrounded by nightclubs, restaurants and shops, the theater is in the heart of downtown Palm Springs.
The Palm Springs Pavilion Theater has been a favorite for performers in Palm Springs as well as visiting spectators for quite some time now. This large theater, with seating for 1,000, offers every standard amenity that the conscious theater-goer would expect including the extremely important and efficient air conditioning for those hot summer performances. It is situated directly across from the Palm Springs Art Museum for easy access after a day at the museum. During performances, the close proximity to downtown makes this spot a favorite after-dinner location for all those romantic couples.
Founded in 1997 by Bill and Sylvia Layne, the Palm Canyon Theatre is a 230-seat theater that has been host to a plethora of award winning theater productions in the past. The theater is equipped with advanced sound and light technology that enhances the experience for the audience as well as for theater groups performing here. The productions hosted here in the past includes original plays and stellar adaptations of plays by Shakespeare. Occasional concerts are also held here, much to the delight of those who enjoy listening and watching live music performances. Visit one of the shows here if you are looking for a change in scene for entertainment in Palm Springs.
The Palm Springs desert got a little cooler with the addition of Desert Ice Castle. There's time for public skating designated every day and the venue also hosts hockey practices, birthday parties, private lessons, and broomball. The third Friday of the month is a great time to come: there's a live DJ and a light show.
UltraStar Desert Cinema is an Imax theater in Cathedral City. UltraStar features the largest theater screen in the Coachella Valley, measuring 70 ft (21 m) wide and 52 ft (15 m) high. It's the perfect place to see the latest blockbusters.
This cineplex has 14 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
This cineplex has 10 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Originally the Dinah Shore Championship, this tournament is one of the four major golf tournaments for women on the LPGA Tour. The tournament was founded in 1972 and it takes place each March.
This PGA Tour golf tournament is played each January and its biggest draw is the celebrity pro-am competition which attracts some of the biggest celebrities. This tournament takes place over five days, four of which include celebrity players.