Palm Springs July 4th - Visit Palm Springs tag-img

Palm Springs July 4th


Summer is here and with it comes one of the most popular holidays: the Fourth of July. If you’re looking for a fun and exciting way to celebrate this day, then Palm Springs should definitely be on your list. If you want to spend the day outdoors, there are many activities to choose from. You can visit one of the many parks where you can picnic and play games with your family and friends. You can also take a hike or jump on a bike and explore the city.


Palm Springs July 4th weekend fun starts early with a free concert in the park.

Saturday, July 1 

7 pm – Concert In The Park. Kick off the holiday weekend with a free concert in the Downtown Park featuring The Long Run, a tribute band to the Eagles. Marked by lush vocal harmonies and exceptional musical accuracy, every performance delivers a reverence to the beloved Eagles. Museum Way and Belardo Road.

Sunday, July 2

7 pm – Dive-In Movie Night. Cool off from the desert heat with a dip in the pool while also taking in the colorful 2021 movie musical “In the Heights.” Palm Springs Swim Center, 405 S. Pavilion Way.

Monday, July 3 

8 am – The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway will operate with extended holiday hours. First tramcar up at 8 am and last up at 8 pm. The last tramcar down will be at 9:30 pm.

6 pm –  Movie Night at Ruth Hardy Park. When the sun sets, celebrate America’s favorite pastime with the 1992 classic movie “A League of their Own” about a professional all-female baseball league. Food vendors and park games will begin at Ruth Hardy Park at 6:00 pm. The movie begins at 7:30 pm. – 700 Tamarisk Road

Tuesday, July 4 

8 am – The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway will operate with extended holiday hours. First tramcar up at 8 am and last up at 8 pm. The last tramcar down will be at 9:30 pm

3 pm – Pool Party. Start off the holiday with a pool party at Palm Springs Swim Center with water games, inflatable slides, music and food. The party lasts until after the fireworks. 405 S. Pavilion Way.

6 pm – Head over to the Palm Springs Stadium to watch Power Baseball All Stars Summer Collegiate baseball.

6:30 pm – Keisha D and the Hearts and Soul Band perform at V Wine Lounge.

Keisha D at V Wine Lounge

7:30 pm – Rock out to the free Led Zeppelin Tribute band in Sunrise Park. 480 Sunrise Way. 600 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way.

Led Zeppelin tribute

9:15 pm – Palm Springs July 4th Fireworks. Finish the night with the fireworks spectacular an the Palm Springs Stadium. While it starts at 9:15 pm, it’s recommended to arrive early to secure a good spot. 1901 E. Baristo Road.


Walter Clark Legal Group offers a Safe Ride Home Program.

For the upcoming 4th of July weekend, fare reimbursement will be offered for cab and rideshare rides taken between 10:00PM PST and 3:00AM PST on the evenings of Saturday, July 1, 2023; Sunday, July 2, 2023; Monday, July 3, 2023; and Tuesday, July 4, 2023. To be eligible for reimbursement, the driver must sign up in advance for a free reimbursement coupon through Eventbrite. Program requirements and restrictions, and a link to the Eventbrite registration page, can be found at

More From Things To Do

View All Posts
midcentury Dinah Shore Estate. Modernism. Architecture.

Palm Springs Travel Guide for Canadians

Welcome, Canadian travelers! Are you looking for the perfect escape from the cold winter months?…

Read More
agua caliente cultural museum Entrance and Oasis Trail

Agua Caliente Cultural Museum

Connecting the Past and Present Opening November 3, 2023 A visit to the Agua Caliente…

Read More

Palm Springs Sports Courts

Palm Springs is not just known for its stunning scenery and luxurious resorts, but also…

Read More