Royal Palms Hosts Outdoor Entertainment

The resort rolls out a first outdoor live music and classic series

New this season, Royal Palms Resort and Spa is rolling out a first outdoor live music and classic series starting Oct. 23 that will run through the end of the year.

Set within the historic estate’s Vernadero Lawn at the foot of Camelback Mountain, socially distanced “seating pods” will be setup under a canopy of string lights with a range of comfortable offerings including couches and lounge chairs, cocktail tables with chairs and poufs on the ground for a more relaxed option.

Savory and sweet gourmet snack boxes will be available for purchase for $25 each and include goodies like cheese and charcuterie or pastries such as French macarons, truffles and cookies. Wine and cocktails will also be available for purchase.

No reservation is required, first come, first served basis. All seating is socially distanced and masks are required everywhere on-property except for when guests are within their distanced seating pod.


2020 LINEUP:

October:

Concert • Oct. 23: J. Forte Duo
Movie • Oct. 30: Dracula 

November:

Concert • Nov. 6: Brian Chartrand and Matthew Thornton Duo
Movie • Nov. 13: Some Like it Hot
Concert • Nov. 20: The Waters Duo
Movie • Nov. 27: Planes, Trains & Automobiles

December:

Concert • Dec. 5: To Be Announced
Movie • Dec. 18: It’s a Wonderful Life


Royal Palms outdoor live music and classic series

Through Dec. 18

Royal Palms Resort and Spa, 5200 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix

Concerts: 7 p.m. / movies: 8 p.m.

For more information, visit royalpalmshotel.com.

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