Check out The 3rd Annual Music In The Park Lineup
Join fellow music lovers for six evenings of free performances during the 2018 Music in the Park Concert Series at Rancho Mirage Community Park Amphitheater. Each concert features a different musical genre so the odds are in your favor that you’ll be into at least one of the acts.
Sway with Diane Schuur
Jazz vocalist Diane Schuur performs on Saturday, February 24. A two-time GRAMMY award winner, Schuur’s songs have delighted listeners for more than three decades.
Groove with Thelma Houston
Enjoy the Motown music of R&B singer Thelma Houston on Saturday, March 3. Houston’s sound varies from disco to soul and her show focuses on Motown hits.
Get Funky with A Taste of Honey
Featuring Janice Marie and Maxine Nightingale, A Taste of Honey performs pop, disco and R&B tunes on Saturday, March 10.
Go Country with Thompson Square
The country duo Thompson Square takes the stage on Sunday, March 18. The multi-platinum selling pair has racked up three #1 hits during the past decade.
Rock Out with Blue Oyster Cult
Legendary rock band Blue Oyster Cult closes the concert series with a show on Sunday, March 25.
Since the concerts are first come, first served, you may want to arrive closer to the 5 p.m. than the 7 p.m. show time to ensure that you get the best viewing spots. While the show and parking are free, there will be food and drinks available for purchase inside the amphitheater.
Make It An All Day Experience: More to Do in Rancho Mirage
Keep the fun times rolling by visiting some of Rancho Mirage’s other local attractions. The desert has a lot of exciting activities to entertain everyone from kids to adults.
Visit the Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert with your little ones. With over eighty hands-on exhibits, children of all ages have the opportunity to explore and learn in a fun, safe environment.
Check out the Tolerance Education Center, which aims to promote acceptance of different religions, cultures and sexualities. You’ll find exhibitions, lectures, films and more to help you understand various beliefs and perspectives.
The Sunnylands’ exquisite gardens and sculptures are truly a sight to be seen. Even better, there’s no cost to wander the grounds of the estate during public hours, Thursday to Sunday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Take a peek at our Food and Drink page for an inside look at some of the best restaurants in Rancho Mirage. You’ll find everything from a casual meal to a fine dining experience.