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Palm Springs is equally as well known for its vintage-thrift stores and antique showrooms as it is for its high-end shopping and art galleries; so there really is something for every price range and taste around Coachella. On this list, we've included more options on the thrift side of the spectrum, most located on Palm Canyon Drive, as the more high-end boutiques and chain retailers are concentrated along El Paseo.

For shopping within the festival itself, there will be merchandise tents, an on-site boutique, a vintage Coachella merch warehouse sale, and general stores for anything you need (or want) during the festival weekend.




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  • Marc Joseph

    Marc Joseph sells vintage designer clothing and art from the mod era for both men and women. Their Palm Springs showroom is open by appointment only, so if you're interested in some state-of-the-art vintage duds in the best possibile conditions, we urge you to call ahead! But, if you can't commit to an appointment, you can check their website for their periodic events and parties.

  • El Paseo

    El Paseo is a chic shopping street located mid-valley. Known as the Rodeo Drive of the desert, it is home to 250 high-end retailers, eateries, and professional services. Look for the yellow courtesy carts, they'll give you a ride to another location along El Paseo and take advantage of the complimentary valet parking while you shop.

  • VillageFest

    • Palm Canyon Drive Between Baristo and Amado Streets
    • Palm Springs, CA 92262
    • +1 (760) 320-3781
    • www.villagefest.org

    This is the place to meet new friends or hang with old ones. It is an old-fashioned street fair with sidewalk performers, musicians, a farmer's market, gifts, and of course, food. VillageFest is one of the best places to grab some cool art pieces or clothes or simply come to enjoy the live music. Open Thursdays from 6-10pm.

  • Just Fabulous

    Just Fabulous is one of those kitschy stores perfect for witty gifts or wasting some time exploring. They stock a flawless selection of coffee table books, greeting cards, candles, art, home decor, and accessories. Head to the store's Facebook page for news and any events or book signings taking place in the store during your stay.

  • a La MOD

    • 768 North Palm Canyon Drive
    • Palm Springs, CA 92262
    • +1 (760) 327-0707
    • www.alamod768.com

    a La MOD stands out among the many high-end vintage stores located along Palm Canyon Drive with its emphasis on curation. The store sells mid-century modern home furnishings, art, and miscellaneous goods (all locally sourced) in a 4500 sq. foot show room. They take select consignments and promise new items daily.

  • Bon Vivant

    • 457 North Palm Canyon Drive, No. 3
    • Palm Springs, CA 92262
    • +1 (760) 534-3197
    • www.gmcb.com

    Bon Vivant offers a wide variety of decorative accessories for the home, unique vintage pieces, and jewelry. Located within the Palm Springs Galleria, this flawlessly curated store and its knowledgable owners make even the average shopper feel like a world-class collector or decorator.

  • Revivals Palm Springs

    At Revivals you can grab great vintage finds that'll directly benefit the Desert AIDS Project. Whether you're looking for clothing, antiques, fine china, jewelry, televisions, refrigerators, paintings, or an armoire, you'll find it here. Despite their large selection, Revivals is extremely organized, and offers great service.