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Here’s Your Gay Desert Guide for the Weekend: Feb. 11–13, 2022🌴

February 11–13, 2022 

It’s Valentine’s Day weekend and for those of us who are single, it’s time to hunker down and stay put. In fact, I’ll use Omicron as an excuse to keep out of circulation.

I have a number of single friends with whom I commiserate. We’re of the mindset that finding a mate in Palm Springs is as elusive at finding an affordable apartment. But hope springs eternal, and I’ll keep putting myself out there. Just not this weekend…

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So NBC scored with the rights to the Winter Olympics and The Super Bowl. For many of us, that means watching figure skating and the halftime show! (And the commercials…)

There’s still plenty to see and do locally this weekend. It’s a good time to purchase Modernism Week tickets. See our blog on affordable things to do here. And I’ll see you next week after the candy hearts and flowers have expired.

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This Weekend in #ILoveGayPalmSprings
February 11–13, 2022

We’re keeping you updated on the weekend’s Top Events: The 24th Annual Tour de Palm Springs, Super Bowl LVI (aka Mary J. Blige Concert), The Ten Tenors, Taste of Jalisco Festival Cathedral City, Caliente Doo Wop Sock Hop, The Righteous Brothers, Pitbull, Air Supply, Intersect Art Show, “I Ought to be in Pictures” from Desert Theatreworks..and more!

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Tour de Palm Springs

The Tour de Palm Springs, one of the largest cycling charity events in America, takes place this weekend with registration and a vendor expo on Friday, February 11 from 12–8 pm, and Saturday, February 12 from 6 am–5 pm. The Expo features live entertainment, beer garden, local jazz bands, 1 & 3 mile Honor Walk, raffle and more. Watch out for street closures downtown. More info

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Super Bowl LVI

For many, the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 13 is all about the halftime show, featuring Mary J. Blige! (okay, along with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, and Eminem). Then there’s the entertaining ads, like this Palm Springs-centric spot: [check it out]. Streetbar has a Tailgate Party kicking off at 3:00 p.m. and bars all around town will have “the big game” on their screens. Agua Caliente Casinos are hosting three Big Game Viewing Parties at each of their properties: Rancho Mirage, Palm Springs, and Cathedral City. Get tickets


The Ten Tenors

The most popular act in the history of the McCallum Theatre, The Ten Tenors are back just in time for Valentine’s Day, performing multiple evenings (and matinees) from February 9–14. Also in February at the McCallum: Kristin Chenoweth (Feb. 18 & 19), Jay Leno (Feb. 20), Straight No Chaser a cappella (Feb. 23), and Broadway’s Jersey Boys (Feb. 25–27). Get tickets

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