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Coachella Valley Shopping: Souvenirs, Fashion, Art, Antiques, Mid Century & More!!!

Whether you love shopping unique local boutiques, designer shops, vintage finds or your favorite retailers, Coachella Valley has plenty of shopping options. From outlet malls to street fairs you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for and more. Discover locally crafted souvenirs, retro-fabulous vintage clothing, high-fashion resort wear and just about everything in-between while shopping in the Coachella Valley. Below are a few popular shopping destinations that are sure to satisfy all your shopping needs.


1. The River

Shopping at the River includes a cigar lounge, hat shop, and a few other boutique shops. If you need to take a break from shopping, there are a variety of restaurants there including the Yard House, The Cheesecake Factory, P.F. Chang’s, Babe’s Bar-B-Que, Fleming’s Steakhouse and a few Italian restaurants. The River is located at the intersection of Highway 111, Bob Hope Drive and Rancho Las Palmas Drive in the city of Rancho Mirage, California.


2. Village Fest in Palm Springs

Every Thursday night there is a VillageFest held along Palm Canyon Drive. The shops stay open late and vendors set up booths to sell unique hand crafted items, art, food and other items. Included in the VillageFest is a Farmer’s Market and live music.


3. El Paso Shopping District

The El Paso Shopping District is the perfect place to explore all day. Among its 250-plus retailers, the mile-long strip features locally owned boutiques; top international retailers such as St. John, Gucci, and Burberry; brilliant fun and fine jewelry; eclectic artworks; sleek and sophisticated home decor; and professional services including day spas, beauty bars, and interior design know-how. With so much to do and see, it’s easy to pass an entire day on El Paseo.


4. Cabazon Outlets

Conveniently located between Palm Springs and Los Angeles, Cabazon Outlets offers a unique desert landscape shopping experience nestled between the Santa Rosa and San Gorgonio Mountain Range. This quaint 65,000 square foot retail shopping center features 18 specialty retailers in a relaxed open-air environment. Cabazon is a name that has become synonymous with quality outlet shopping and is a destination for over 15 million shoppers every year. The architectural focal point of the center is a copper-clad Florentine dome.

5. Indio Downtown Shopping District

The Indio downtown shopping district offers something for everyone. The Design Collection and El Sol Furniture offer furnishings and decorations for your home. Additional shops feature photography, clothing, jewelry, sporting goods, and a wedding dress boutique. Enjoy some of the valley's best mid century modern architecture while finding everything you need for home or closet.



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