La Quinta Art and Tejano Music festivals canceled Saturday due to high winds

Harmony Cardenas

Higher winds in the Coachella Valley have canceled the La Quinta Art Celebration and the Tejano Songs Festival in Cathedral Town Saturday.

The La Quinta Artwork Celebration introduced that the celebration would be canceled for the working day but was scheduled to open up Sunday at 10 a.m. as planned.

“We anticipate the celebration will resume tomorrow, Sunday, March 6. We thank you for your knowledge,” the launch go through.

Cathedral Town Events Manager Chris Parman declared the Tejano Tunes Festival, scheduled for 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, was canceled.

“The Metropolis of Cathedral City and the organizers of the function want absolutely everyone involved to have a protected, exciting expertise and the present situations basically do not lend itself to achieve that knowledge,” Parman mentioned.

Parman added that the organizers are scheduled to explore up coming week irrespective of whether the pageant should really be canceled or rescheduled.

The Countrywide Climate Service issued a wind advisory reporting winds of 20 to 30 mph, with gusts reaching 50 mph, for the San Gorgonio Pass and the Coachella Valley. All those problems are envisioned to continue on into Sunday.

The City of Palm Desert also tweeted Saturday morning that Pals of the Desert Mountains’ Coachella Valley Wildflower Festival moved places to inside of the Palm Desert Group Middle to escape the wind.

Christopher Damien handles public security and the felony justice program. He can be achieved at [email protected] or comply with him on Twitter @chris_a_damien.

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