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Palm Springs VillageFest Returns July 1st

Palm Springs VillageFest, the City’s wildly popular street fair which prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, was held every Thursday night in downtown, will return on Thursday, July 1.

The street fair is expected to expand to its original length in the coming months. During the summer, VillageFest hours of operation will be 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Starting July 1, Palm Canyon Drive from Amado Road to Tahquitz Canyon Way will be closed for VillageFest.

Starting July 1, Palm Canyon Drive from Amado Road to Tahquitz Canyon Way will be closed for VillageFest. Additionally, Museum Way between Palm Canyon Drive and Belardo Road, and Belardo Road between Andreas Road and Tahquitz Canyon will be closed. Tahquitz Canyon Way will remain open to east and west traffic.

Food Vendors Abound

The Council additionally approved a one-time mini-Village Fest on Tahquitz Canyon Way between Palm Canyon that was held Tuesday, June 15 to celebrate “Palm Springs Back in Business” and the re-opening of California.

Dog & Family 👪 Friendly!

Consistently voted the best weekly street fair in the Coachella Valley, over the last 30 years VillageFest has attracted thousands of visitors from all over the world with vendor booths featuring eclectic art, handcrafted items and unique food. Shops, restaurants and galleries stay open late.

Live Musicians can be enjoyed throughout the VillageFest

Stay tuned for more details as VillageFest expands in the coming months.

The Popular 26ft tall “Forever Marilyn” sits one block off Palm Canyon Drive and the Villagefest Street Fair on Museum Way!
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