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First Oasis Music Festival Kicks Off January 26-30, 2022 In Palm Springs, California

By Pati deVries.

The debut of the Oasis Music Festival has been announced, presented by Agua Caliente Casinos. It will take place from Wednesday, January 26, through Sunday, January 30, 2022.

The Oasis Music Festival will include all genres of music and will take place at more than thirty live entertainment venues throughout Palm Springs.

The historic Plaza Theatre will serve as the main concert stage, with participation from more than thirty music venues throughout Palm Springs. Proceeds from ticket sales will go towards the Palm Springs Plaza Theatre Foundation.

The Festival will feature an eclectic lineup of artists, including The Milk Carton Kids, The White Buffalo, Y La Bamba, plus a jazz series presented by the Palm Springs International Jazz Festival featuring Arturo Sandoval, Dee Dee Bridgewater & Bill Charlap, John Beasley & Monk’estra with Alicia Olatuja, and more.

Palm Springs, long-known for its celebrity and swank, has a vast musical history. From the performances of the Rat Pack in the 1950s to the enormity of today’s Stagecoach and Coachella Music Festivals, the Greater Palm Springs Area is a mecca for live music

“We are thrilled to release the long-anticipated news of the inaugural Oasis Music Festival," said Taly Fantini, Director of Events at Palm Springs Life. “This festival will allow people to discover historic Palm Springs through its music history."

Liz Garro, the music curator of the Oasis Music Festival and owner of The Alibi Palm Springs, said, “The Plaza Theatre talent reflects Palm Springs music history and highlights a wide-ranging mix of current artists."

Kim Crandal, the event producer of the Festival, said, “There is something for everyone. Our Festival will offer over 300 acts of all genres at more than 30 locations, and for the Jazz lover, there will be no better way to spend your Sunday than at the Plaza.” For more information on Oasis Music Festival, go to

In 1936, the historic 800-seat Plaza Theatre opened with the world premiere of George Cukor’s Camille, starring Robert Taylor and Greta Garbo. The Theatre featured fanciful village facades carved into the walls and twinkling star-like lights on the ceiling. It was then leased to Earl Strebe, the town’s first film exhibitor, who showed first-run movies and presented depression-era live radio shows.

Over the years, the Theatre was the venue for memorable performances by stars such as Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra. In addition, performers Jack Benny, Bob Hope, and The Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy Show broadcast radio show from the Plaza, bringing national attention to Palm Springs.


The Milk Carton Kids * The White Buffalo * Lee Fields & The Expressions * Emily Rose & the Ramblers * Y La Bamba * The Dip * Thee Sacred Souls *The Flusters * Courtney Chambers * Blasting Echo * Vinny Berry Connection * Giselle Woo & the Night Owls * Shadow Mountain Band * Fabulous Yachtsmen * Nutty * Gand Band * Arturo Sandoval * Dee Dee Bridgewater * John Beasley MONK’estra & Alicia Olatuja * Nacho Bustillos & Quinto Menguante * Oasis DE Noche w/Nacho Bustillos * Super Sonido w/Alfa Alpha * Dave Audé * Morabito * Flannery Exchange - Precious Byrd * Lance Conrad Quartet * Jason Collings * Janet Klein & Her Parlor Boys * Alf Alpha & Friends

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