Nation | Tribe: 29 Palms Band of Mission Indians
46-200 Harrison Place
Coachella, California 92236
Spotlight 29 Casino is an Indian gaming casino owned by the 29 Palms Band of Mission Indians. The casino is located in Coachella, California, a short distance from Palm Springs. Take I-10 South and exit at Dillon Road.
Spotlight 29 Casino features 1,600 slot machines, 22 table games and a poker room. There are also six dining venues, an entertainment showroom, and a nightclub.
November 01, 2018
En Vivo opened in July 2018. The entertainment venue took over the previous Blue Bar space. New decor and a sound system costing $80,000 were added. Friday and Saturday nights feature live music.
The food court underwent changes in August 2018. Sharkey's Pizza, Mr. Weiner, and Easy Rita's Margaritas were added in the beach themed area. La Diabla Maria, a sit down restaurant, was also added.
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The 2,200-seat Spotlight Showroom is the perfect flexible place for concerts, sporting events, tradeshows and conventions. Large screens allow for PPV events and films. The Showroom has hosted the biggest names in entertainment including LeAnn Rimes, Don Rickles, Kenny Rogers, Roseanne Barr, Paul Rodriguez, Ana Barbara and Carrot Top.
Capitata Buffet - Breakfast Buffet: 7am, Lunch Buffet: 11:30am - 4pm, Dinner Buffet: 5pm - 11pm
Easy Rita's - 16 oz. or 24 oz. cocktailes - open Friday & Saturday 4pm - 2am
JEM Cafe - variety of lunch and dinner items - open Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday, 11am - 9pm and Friday & Saturday, 11am - 3am
La Diabla Maria - Mexican, open Friday & Saturday, 4pm - 2am
Sharkey's Pizza - open Friday & Saturday 4pm - 2am
Mr. Weiner - Hot dogs - open Friday & Saturday 4pm - 2am
I-10 at Dillon Road
February 21, 2021
Spotlight 29 has replaced its Capitata Buffet space with a new brewpub named Taproom 29. Although the brewpub is already open, a formal grand opening will be celebrated on March 1st.
Taproom 29 is open 6 AM to 2 AM. The pub serves 29 different beers that are poured at 29 degrees. Five of the beers are brewed in-house and the others come from outside craft breweries.
A circular bar is located in the center of the brewpub and has a continuous ice-rail to keep customer drinks cold. Sporting events can be watched on thirty five 4K TVs. Six TVs have 86-inch monitors.
The food menu features appetizers, breakfast items, brick oven pizzas, build-your-own burgers, sandwiches and desserts.
August 31, 2018
New restaurants opened today at Spotlight 29 Casino.
Located at the previous Groove nightclub space street tacos are served at La Diabla Maria. Guests can choose different types of flavors for their taco.
Personal pizzas can be ordered at Sharkey's Pizza. Toppings will be traditional and different.
At Easy Rita's Margaritas flavored drinks will range from Rock Star Raspberry to Pina Colada. Drinks can be ordered with or without alcohol.
Hot dogs can be ordered at Mr. Weiner's. There is a large amount of choices when it comes to toppings for the hot dogs and served on potato buns.
Sharky's Pizza, Easy Rita's Margaritas, and Mr. Weiner's are located at the Pier 29 Food Court.
January 30, 2018
Spotlight 29 Casino is adding to the growing list of casinos in Southern California that are undergoing expansion projects.
In Coachella a field that is owned by the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians is planning on developing a venue that will host temporary events. The land is located next to the tribe's casino. The event venue will be named Coachella Crossroads.
The space will be able to host outdoor events such as festivals, concerts, farmer markets, and car shows. It will also be able to offer a temporary place to stay while attending music festivals in the area.
Village 29 will take five of the acres. Plans include space for campgrounds and RV sites. There will also be a pop-up hotel and pool during Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival and Stagecoach Country Music Festival. Construction for the project will begin in April.
On January 30 ground was broken for the project.
For nearly ten years there was no development plan at all for the land. However camp sites provided an idea for what the land could be turned into.
Guests visiting for the large music festivals are in need of more accommodations.
Prices have not been released yet for the Stagecoach Country Music Festival. However, prices have been released for the Coachella Music & Arts Festival.
Prices released are for three night accommodations. Tent camping starts at $99. RV sites will range from $499 to $1,599. Rooms at the pop-up hotel will be $1,179.
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