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Spotlight 29 Casino is an Indian casino in Coachella, California, owned and operated by the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians of California.

The casino is 250,000 square feet, with 1,600 slot machines and 22 table games.

Spotlight 29 Casino opened its doors in January 1995 to the public under the right of the National Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988, allowing Native American Tribes to operate casinos.

In March 2001, the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians teamed with Donald Trump and Spotlight 29 Casino became Trump 29 Casino, opening on April 2, 2002.

In 2006, the relationship with Donald Trump ended, and the casino returned to its original name, after which many renovations were completed including a new 1,200 vehicle parking structure and an expansion of nearly 150,000 square feet, updating the casino to include nearly 250,000 square feet for gaming, offices, meetings and conferences, dining and entertainment.

The Spotlight Showroom has 2,200 seats for live concerts, entertainment, sporting events, conferences, and special events.

Spotlight 29 Casino is a Native American gambling enterprise in Coachella, California.

It is run by the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians.

Spotlight 29 Casino opened its doors to the public in 1995, with 100,000 sq ft. In 2001, the tribe teamed up with Donald Trump the casino became Trump 29 Casino, until 2006, when the casino's name returned to Spotlight 29.

In 2009, the casino added a new parking structure that could accommodate 1,200 vehicles.

Now, the facility has 2,000 slot machines, 30 table games, an 11 table poker room, and a 2,200 seat showroom.

Spotlight 29 Casino has the hottest and most popular slots of any casino in the Coachella Valley!