Palm Springs, Calif. – November 3, 2011 – BB Ingle is known for producing legendary parties, but did not expect the record attendance numbers from this past weekend’s 27th Annual Halloween Bash at the Palm Springs Convention Center. Held for the first time at the Convention Center, more than 5,000 Halloween revelers danced the night away in four large rooms with twelve DJs and rocked out to an All-Star Party Band.
“Each year, we get bigger and bigger. We needed a space to allow us to grow and incorporate more activities and entertainment,” said BB Ingle, producer of BB’s Parties. “We had a fantastic turnout and are eager to start planning for next year’s party at the Palm Springs Convention Center.”
For more than 25 years, BB has produced lavish events and parties throughout the Coachella Valley with proceeds benefiting the local Pet Rescue Center. For this year’s Halloween Bash, the Convention Center and BB offered transportation services from cities throughout the Coachella Valley to the Convention Center, and partnered with the Renaissance Palm Springs for special room rates for guests.
“We want our community to utilize our venue for their special events, galas and holiday celebrations,” said James Canfield, Executive Director of the Palm Springs Convention Center. “We have a creative event team, in-house caterer and the space to produce events ranging from large dance parties to formal galas.”
More than 1,600 hotel rooms are within walking distance of the facility, and the Palm Springs International Airport is located less than two miles from the Palm Springs Convention Center and downtown Palm Springs. The Palm Springs Convention Center is a SMG facility. To learn more about meetings and conventions in Palm Springs, go to www.PalmSpringsCC.com or 800-333-7535.