Fan-favorite Palm Springs festival, Splash House, announced a huge comeback today with a two-weekend party with massive separate lineups. With industry icons such as Dom Dolla, TOKiMONSTA, Bob Moses, and Gorgon City headlining each weekend, attendees are in for an unreal end-of-summer soiree. The pool parties will take over the Renaissance and the Saguaro hotels and for the first time ever, the Margaritaville hotel. The festival makes its grand return on the weekends of August 13-15 and 20-22. Tickets are officially on sale today at 12 pm PT at splashhouse.com.
Known for bringing together both deeply-rooted electronic artists and rising stars alike- Splash House’s two-weekender lineup will have attendees non-stop dancing under the palm trees. Weekend one kicks off the event with a bang, delivering unmatched sets from the likes of super-duo Get Real curated by Claude Vonstroke and Green Velvet. More industry icons carry on the bill with Toolroom’s Mark Knight, Moon Boots (DJ Set), Australian powerhouse Dom Dolla, and Shiba San. Next-gen rising stars Sohmi, Percomaniac’s Lubelski, Dateless, Troy Kurtz, and a special B2B performance from Martin Ikin and Ilyus & Barrientos will continue the house music all night long. More multi-genre artists take the stage, as well, including Whethan, Poolside (DJ Set), Seb Wildblood, and CRi.
Weekend two doesn’t let up with legendary acts such as Camelphat, Gorgon City, Sonny Fodera, and a Bob Moses club set. Techno visionary Yotto takes center-stage alongside house pioneers Bontan, Tony Varga, Clyde P b2b Tim Baresko, Pax, and more to be announced. Popular indie-dance crossover artists switch up gears, with funky grooves brought by San Holo, Surf Mesa, SG Lewis (DJ Set), and The Brothers Macklovitch. Even more acts stemming from the underground finish off the bill with a Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs DJ set, Mercer, Galacher Lustwerk, and a nostalgic progressive performance by Luttrell.
Returning for its eighth year in the desert, Splash House is known for its pool-side stages and colorful venues. With next-level house and dance music programming, event guests are in for an ultimate summer getaway. When the sun goes down, the party doesn’t stop with a special After-Hours event at the iconic Palm Springs Air Museum. Under a giant airplane backdrop, special guests touch down on the runway each night under the stars. Huge performances by Lane 8, Green Velvet, and Mason Maynard take the reins for weekend one- followed up by an astounding weekend two lineup taking flight including MK, Cloonee, and a very special guest.
The beloved Splash House festival is finally returning to Palm Springs this summer. Tickets are on sale today, June 17th, at 12 pm PT. Guests must be 21+ to attend. Passes start at $159; After Hours passes start at $60. Hotel Packages are available at all host hotels starting at $300 per person. We’ll see you in the desert!
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