AsiaSF, a cabaret dinner show, that’s been wowing crowds for 22 years in San Francisco, has chosen Palm Springs as its first location outside the Bay Area.
AsiaSF has long considered expanding to a second city, with a strong preference for Southern California location because AsiaSF is popular among visitors from Los Angeles and Orange County. After a few visits to Palm Springs — where he met with tourism officials and heard from locals longing for new nightlife options — they decided the desert was a natural fit.
The stage is in the middle of the sophisticated dining room allowing everyone to see the gorgeously choreographed show from different vantage points.
Great for celebrating with friends and family or the most iconic date night ever.
Transported to a continental Asia inspired oasis.
AsiaSF performers, who are all transgender women, bring their own personalities to lip-synced renditions of party playlist classics like Madonna’s “Vogue,” plus other pop and Broadway favorites.
And they interact with the crowd throughout the evening, introducing themselves and toting signature cocktails to tables.
AsiaSF has been a visionary pioneer in supporting the transgender community through empowerment by creating a safe space and unique employment opportunities that showcase our beautiful transgender stars, the Ladies of AsiaSF, who not only entertain but also educate and enlighten people about the transgender experience and human diversity.
In addition to being a Founder and creative force behind AsiaSF, Larry was the Director of Special Productions for Macy’s West. In that role, he produced Passport – America’s premier fashion show and AIDS fundraiser. He also founded Club Asia – a large late night Asian gay dance club that operated for over 6 years. He served on the Board of Directors of the Academy of Friends and was the organization’s Chairman for two years.
Skip was an investment advisor for ten years and for seven years Vice President, Creative Development for RTC, a subsidiary of WPP Group plc – the world’s largest advertising conglomerate. For fifteen years he has been President of the Choo-San Goh – H. Robert Magee Foundation, awarding choreographic grants to dance companies worldwide. Mr. Young is also an Eagle Scout.
Aaron joined AsiaSF shortly after it’s inception in 2000, and became an ownership partner in 2010. A previous small business owner, his passion for the hospitality industry and attention to detail lends itself perfectly to AsiaSF’s unique offerings of nightlife, dining, and entertainment. When he has some time to get away, he still enjoys returning home to his native city of Chico, CA.