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Best Shows This Fall

in Palm Desert

Come From Away at Mccallum Theatre

Come From Away

Following well-received engagements on Broadway, London's West End and its premiere city Toronto, this hit musical based on true events comes to you on their North American tour! Nominated for 8 Tony Awards and 9 Drama Desk gongs, this is a musical that celebrates human endurance, compassion, and bravery under dreadful circumstances.

Cyndi Lauper at Acrisure Arena

Cyndi Lauper

Cyndi Lauper continues to surprise, innovate, and inspire since she first graced fans with her talents in the 1980s. Following the release of her documentary about her life, titled 'Let the Canary Sing,' the '80s icon has announced her farewell tour, 'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Farewell,' her first tour in a decade! Kicking off this fall, the iconic songstress will be joined by special guests which are yet to be announced.

Shakira at Acrisure Arena

Shakira

World music superstar Shakira heads out on her massive 'Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran' world tour this year. One of the few Latin music stars to also dominate the English language charts, Shakira, who hails from Colombia, is best known in North America for her breakout hit 'Whenever, wherever', and the inescapable jam 'Hips Don't Lie (feat. Wyclef Jean)', which remains one of the best-selling digital singles of all time. With her unmistakable vocals, which incorporate the odd yodel here and there, real songwriting chops and some very truthful hips, Shakira is a real all-rounder.

Randy Rainbow Live at Mccallum Theatre

Randy Rainbow Live

Randy Rainbow (yes, Rainbow is, in fact, his real last name) was born with the sort of moniker that heralds a glorious purpose in life. The New York comedian found his calling when he released a series of original Broadway-tinged-show-tune and pop spoof videos in response to the theatrics of the 2016 presidential election, going viral and amassing close to a million follows on his social media platforms. Don't miss his biting wit when he hits the road this year on the 'Randy Rainbow for President'!

Kate Nash at Pappy & Harriet's

Kate Nash

Kate Nash will spend this fall traveling across North America in support of her upcoming album '9 Sad Symphonies', her first in five years. which is set to be released this June. You can catch the lead single 'My Bile' now! Kate Nash rose to prominence with hit single Foundations and her debut album, Make of Bricks, which peaked at number one in the UK. In 2008, Nash won the award for Best Female Artist at the Brit Awards.

Marc Broussard at Pappy & Harriet's

Marc Broussard

Get ready for a little bit of bayou soul, Marc Broussard is coming to town. The sell-out artist is hitting the road in celebration of 'Carencro' anniversary! Marking two decades since the release of his breakthrough album, Broussard invites you to celebrate this huge milestone with him - catch this swamp pop legend while you can!

Cat Power at Pappy & Harriet's

Cat Power

Indie icon Cat Power is hitting the road again on much anticipated new countrywide tour in support of her 2023 release: Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert. The solo songstress is known for her fusion of punk, jazz, folk, and blues styles and excellent, emotional guitar playing. 2018's 'Wanderer' was a highly regarded piece of work from the artist and featured a Lana Del Rey collaboration.

Weezer at Acrisure Arena

Weezer

What's better than going to an 'Island In The Sun'? Seeing Weezer live this year as they celebrate the 30th anniversary of their debut LP, 'The Blue Album'! American alternative rock band Weezer formed in 1992, and since then has created 15 studio albums with no plans of slowing down. The new tour will be accompanied by special guests The Flaming Lips and Dinosaur Jr. as support. You can expect to see them playing The Blue Album in full as well as fan favorites.

Bernadette Peters at Mccallum Theatre

Bernadette Peters

In an illustrious career that started in 1967, too look at her it's hard to believe that this Tony Award-winning star is 66 years of age. Bernadette Peters has dazzled audiences and critics alike with acclaimed performances both on stage and television, in concert, and album recordings. The three-time Tony award-winning Broadway icon is taking her extensive songbook on tour around the country, where she will sing hits from Rodgers and Hammerstein, and of course, Sondheim.

The Australian Bee Gees at Mccallum Theatre

The Australian Bee Gees

From the producers that brought you RAIN - A Tribute to The Beatles, the show that went from performing on cruise ships to becoming an internationally acclaimed Broadway production, and Let It Be, London's West End production, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience, and PFX - The Pink Floyd Experience, comes The Australian Bee Gees, a celebration of one of the most influential and famous musical groups of all time.

Matute at Acrisure Arena

Matute

Get ready to tease that hair and put on your spandex, Matute are coming to town! Expect an epic and unforgettable show with high-energy performances, breathtaking visual effects, and much much more! Formed in 2007 by Jorge D'Alessio, son of Mexican superstars Lupita D' Alessio and Jorge Vargas, Matute take on the decade's biggest hits, covering artists from Baltimora to Miguel Mateos and many more in between.

Fuerza Regida at Acrisure Arena

Fuerza Regida

Combining Regional Mexican, Urban Corrido and Trap with East LA vibes, Mexican-American foursome Fuerza Regida have been making waves since their 2015 formation and are now heading out on their first major arena tour. Catch these hotly-tipped performers as they bring their A-game to a stage near you.

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