Fantasy Springs Resort Casino Offers Live Music Fridays, Saturdays

Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, an Indio resort, announced their plan on Tuesday to return live music in its concert space during Fridays and Saturdays. The venue ill accommodates tribute to world-famous bands like Rolling Stones, Eagles, Pat Benatar, and many more.

The resort and casino resumed business on Jun. 2 after almost two months of shutdown. During the first phase of the reopening, the casino resumed operations of its casino, quick-service restaurants, and golf course. The resort and casino followed health and safety guidelines during the reopening.

The company announced that hotels and dine-in restaurants would resume during the second and live entertainment, bowling, and retail outlets. Fantasy Springs is the second tribal casino to reopen after the closure in March.

Tribute and cover bands to play on stage

Starting Jun. 12, tribute and cover bands will play in its outdoor concert space, Rock Hard. According to the casino’s advertisement, Jumping Flash, a Rolling Stones Tribute, and the Palm Desert band, Crimson Crows will open the stage to other performers. No Duh, the No Doubt tribute band, will play on Saturday with Rok of Ages as the opening act.

The resort and casino announced the list of artists on Aug. 1, including tributes to Eagles, Pat Benatar, the Go-Go’s, and Sammy Hagar. The live shows will start at 7:30 pm until midnight. Admission is free but limited to guests 18 years old and above.

The venue is limited to 500 individuals, using wristbands to identify and control the number of people inside. A news release from the company said concertgoers need to wear protective masks and ensure social distancing during the events.

The press release also revealed that live bands and DJs would soon play in the LIT Bar & Lounge, but only guests 21 years old and above are allowed to get in. Acoustic acts will entertain guests at the resort’s high-rise lounge.

Movie theaters cleared to reopen, social distancing protocols in place

The state is currently at the third stage of its reopening plans. In this stage, movie theaters and live music were given the clearance to resume. In the last phase, phase 4, the stay-at-home orders were lifted, and concert venues are now allowed in the resort and casinos.

The Department of Public Health of California mandated that tribal casinos need to emphasize physical distancing and sanitation in the whole facility. The guidelines included instructions in cleaning and sanitizing casino items, machines, and the facility was listed.

The department said tribal casinos worked hand-in-hand with industry regulators in developing their reopening plans. Riverside County Department of Public Health spokesperson Jose Arballo Jr. said the department is unaware of the live music activities of the hotel and casino.

However, they are operating in a reservation land where the power of the department is limited. Recently, San Diego County’s Pala Casino, resort & Spa allowed live bands to perform every night. Other casinos are expected to follow the moves of the resort and casino as government protocols start to loosen.

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