The Alibi will reopen to the public with a stellar weekend of live music featuring Husker Du/Sugar frontman Bob Mould on April 1st and college radio pioneers, The Lemonheads on April 2nd who hit the stage to celebrate the 25th anniversary
of their seminal album It’s a Shame About Ray.

The Alibi originally opened in October 2019 as an intimate music venue with a comfortable bar and casual food, until the pandemic closed the doors in March 2020. In 2021, the venue formed a partnership with former WME exec Marc Geiger’s company, SaveLive, and was able to stay afloat during the closure while making a few beautification improvements. The Alibi is thrilled to rejoin the Palm Springs community and welcome residents and visitors back.

The Alibi will continue to feature an eclectic calendar of daytime and evening music and entertainment with an updated cocktail selection and a showcase of culinary creatives.

The Alibi is located at 369 N Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, 92262

Tickets available at Instagram: @thealibipalmsprings

Upcoming 2022 calendar:

April 1 Bob Mould
April 2 The Lemonheads + Jesika Von Rabbit
April 5 Garcia Peoples
April 7 June of 44 + The Renderers + Holloys
April 8 Mndsgn
April 10 DJ Femme + guests
April 16 & 17 Big Freedia (weekend one) ON SALE 3/10
April 23 Les Filles de Illighadad ON SALE 3/11
April 25 Andy Makee & Yasmine Williams
April 27 Widowspeak + Sylvie
April 28 Mondo Cosmo ON SALE 3/7
April 30 The Blasters
May 7 Sondre Lerche
May 12 Tropa Magica
May 13 Wet
May 25 Joshua Ray Walker ON SALE 3/7
May 27 Hermanos Guiterrez
May 27 & 28 Big Freedia (weekend two)
June 5 Love Revisited
June 12 Doug “Ragin’ Cajun” Kershaw ON SALE 3/10
June 28 Southern Culture of the Skids
June 30 Pansy Division ON SALE 3/9
July 15 Bob Log III ON SALE 3/9
July 17 Jerry Paper (Desert Daze Pres)
July 29 NRBQ w. The Minus 5

Owners Melanie Tusquellas and Liz Garo have impressive resumes in hospitality and live events. Garo is a tour de force, having been the singular talent buyer for landmark indie venues Spaceland, The Echo & The Echoplex, plus 1000s of events across Southern California. Tusquellas is the former developer and co-owner of the historic Edendale Bar, El Chavo Restaurant and cut her teeth in hospitality as the daughter of Bob Tusquellas, founder of the iconic LA Bob’s Doughnuts in the Original Farmer’s Market. Garo & Tusquellas met 25 years ago while working together at Restless Records where they formed a bond over a mutual love of 45 lps and Mongolian BBQ.

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