Lights, camera, action! The vibrant and enchanting world of India’s iconic Bollywood film industry is set to grace the stage at the Palm Springs Air Museum, transforming it into a mesmerizing spectacle. Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 7th, from 7pm to 10pm, as the much-anticipated event, “One Night Out, Bollywood,” promises an unforgettable evening of entertainment, all for a noble cause. The extravaganza is poised to benefit The Foundation for Palm Springs Unified School District (PSUSD), bringing together culture, art, and community support in a celebration that’s bound to captivate hearts.
Dressed in dazzling saris and dashing sherwanis, attendees will step into a world of opulent colors and lively dance moves, reminiscent of the legendary Bollywood films. Hosted by the dynamic Palm Springs Air Museum at 745 N. Gene Autry Drive, this cultural soirée is not just about entertainment; it’s about making a difference.
Prepare your taste buds for an out-of-this-world culinary experience, thanks to Lulu Catering, serving up a feast that pays homage to the rich flavors of the Indian subcontinent. But the feast for the senses doesn’t stop there. BollyPop LA, an authentic Bollywood dance troupe with a resume boasting national television campaigns for big names like Athleta/Gap and Google, will grace the stage, igniting the night with their captivating performances.
And what’s a Bollywood celebration without music? A global DJ mix of irresistible beats promises to keep everyone on their feet and dancing the night away. Get ready to capture the moment with countless Instagram-worthy photos and videos, courtesy of the 360° revolving platform that’s sure to steal the spotlight.
But that’s not all – the evening is set to be adorned with painted henna tattoos, bangles, festive scarves, and more, adding an extra touch of authenticity to the experience. It’s a night where every detail has been thoughtfully curated to transport you to the heart of Bollywood’s glamour.
As Ellen Goodman, the Director of The Foundation for PSUSD, puts it, “Our One Night Out events have an international theme to bring our community a fun, engaging way to learn and experience an aspect of another culture’s history or traditions.” This celebration of diversity and unity is in line with the Foundation’s mission to support innovative educational programs that enrich the lives and futures of the student community in Palm Springs.
Tickets for this dazzling affair are priced at an accessible $35 and can be purchased online at www.OneNightOut.net. It’s an opportunity to not only have an extraordinary night but also contribute to a meaningful cause. Proceeds from the event will go towards supporting innovative educational projects that go beyond the scope of traditional funding.
“One Night Out, Bollywood” is the second annual “Party with a Purpose” hosted by The Foundation for PSUSD and the PSUSD Alumni Committee. The event will also shine a spotlight on a distinguished PSUSD alum, adding an element of recognition and celebration.
A star-studded list of sponsors including Amazon, La Quinta Brewing Company, Jim & Carol Egan, Barton CPA, Steve Tobin/Johnny Krupa and The Grace Helen Spearman Charitable Foundation, Western Wind Foundation, Spencer’s Restaurant, Mendez Air Conditioning & Heating, and Lulu Catering & Events have come together to make this night possible.
For those seeking an enhanced experience, VIP admission for $75 opens the doors to the VIP Lounge, includes two drink tickets, and offers an up-close encounter with the entertainment, dancing, and dining. For those who wish to make a bigger contribution, a $250 donation secures a reserved Marigold Cocktail Table for two, along with two VIP tickets that come with all the VIP perks.
With the fall party season around the corner, “One Night Out, Bollywood” promises to set the bar high, offering a night of glitz, glamour, and goodwill. As Ellen Goodman aptly puts it, “It’s going to be one sensational night. So, get your friends and get your tickets early!”
The Foundation for PSUSD is a nonprofit organization that plays a pivotal role in building public-private partnerships to enhance education and create opportunities for students within the Palm Springs Unified School District. Through innovative initiatives in technology, science, arts, leadership, and wellness, the Foundation is dedicated to preparing students for a bright future.
For more information on becoming an event Partner or Sponsor, you can contact Ellen Goodman, Director of The Foundation for PSUSD, at (760) 416-8455. To learn more about The Foundation for Palm Springs Unified School District, visit www.psusdfoundation.net. Get ready to step into the glitz, glamour, and excitement of Bollywood, all while supporting a meaningful cause.