DiversityDHS one again continues our tradition of offering a wonderful offering of entertainment and arts at our annual pride festivals. We create a space for established and emerging talent to showcase their creativity and diverse natures.

Our festival is a rare standout among non-urban events where we focus on creating a comprehensive arts and entertainment offering to captivate a wide range of tastes among our guests in an intimate and enjoyable setting.

We hope you enjoy as we do and come again in 2019!

Saxophonist Performer J. Boykin

Accomplished and talented saxophonist J. Boykin performs his unique style for an enthusiastic audience.

College of the Desert Ballet Sabor a mi Folklorico

Dance company of the College of the Desert brings a Latin flavor to our 2018 Pride Festival including a segment commemorating Dia De Los Muertos.

Rocco Patrick Man Band

Perhaps one of the most heartfelt and sentimental introductions precedes this band's performance. Watch and see how every community effort to support our own and all in true need makes a real and lifetime enduring difference.

Jinza

A popular favorite in the clean rap genre, Jinza has a fast expanding following and has venue dates ongoing locally as well as in popular Arts District Los Angeles performance spaces.

Palm Springs Gay Men's Chorus

The Palms Springs Gay Men's Chorus was originally organized in 1999 as the Caballeros, a community chorus of twenty-four men. The group debuted as a guest ensemble for the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles.

They now make Palm Springs their home and delight the entire community with their spirited and joyful style of communicating through music and song.

KeishaD

The legend continues as KeishaD returns for her second year singing with such smooth style and a unique inspiring grace. She is always there when the community calls, all in selfless manner and generosity.

Larry J. Bennett

Country and Folk artist Larry J. Bennett rounds out the many and diverse talent offerings at Desert Hot Springs 2018 Pride Festival with his smooth renditions of traditional and popular compositions.

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