Splash House

Listen to Dabin’s Exclusive EDM.com Playlist Ahead of Headlining Splash House Performance

To celebrate his first-ever performance at Splash House in Palm Springs, Dabin has curated a special playlist locked and loaded with a bouquet of his favorite melodic bass, indietronica, future bass and dubstep tracks of the moment.  Available exclusively via EDM.com, the 25-track playlist also includes selects off Dabin’s blockbuster, rock & roll-infused album, Between Broken. “So excited to perform at Splash House!” Dabin told us. “I’m playing a much chiller, vibey set and it’s something I’ve never done before so I’m extra excited.” Touching down at the first of two August editions of the poolside event, a linchpin of the SoCal festival scene, Dabin will headline the Margaritaville stage alongside John Sum...

Splash House Announces August 2022 Lineups With Malaa, Nora En Pure, John Summit, More

Beloved Palm Springs pool party festival Splash House has announced the lineups for its two August 2022 events. John Summit, Dombresky, Dabin, Nora En Pure, Elderbrook and Malaa have all been confirmed to perform at the sun-kissed weekenders, scheduled for back-to-back weekends: August 12-14 and 19-21. Splash House is continuing to solidify itself as a go-to SoCal summer party with its eclectic electronic music lineups, idyllic poolside partying, resort amenities and stunning desert locale in Palm Springs. Attendees hop between three resort venues: Renaissance, Margaritaville, and Saguaro Hotels, each of which offers is own unique vibe. During the evening, attendees will have the opportunity to experience Splash House’s open-air ̶...

Splash House Taps Diplo, Duke Dumont, Walker & Royce, for June 2022 Opener

Splash House recently announced its return to Palm Springs with a newly expanded itinerary for 2022. Stretched over three long weekends this summer, the pool party-festival hybrid will once again take over a trio of resorts throughout the desert city.  The first of those weekenders will take place June 10-12 and organizers have tapped some big names in the electronic music space. Headlining the sun-kissed pool parties at the Saguaro, Renaissance and Margaritaville resorts will be Diplo, Channel Tres, Walker & Royce and a b2b set from Dombresky and Noizu, among others. Furthering the roster of high-caliber acts performing throughout the three venues will be Hayden James, Yung Bae, J. Worra, Gene Farris, Shermanology, Manila Killa b2b Chet Porter, SecondCity and Hanna...

Splash House Expands to Three Weekends of Sun-Soaked Action In 2022

While much of the country is currently shoveling their driveways and defrosting their windshields, it’s hard to believe pool season is right around the corner.  Luckily, Splash House‘s latest announcements serve as a timely reminder that brighter days are ahead. Better still, the Palm Springs based event is expanding to three weekends of action in 2022. Sprawling across three resort grounds, Splash House takes the party poolside with multiple stage setups. Pour out some frozen cocktails in Margaritaville, a resort that encapsulates a uniquely tropical feel with luxury furnishings and amenities. Take your pick of a mountain facing or pool facing view at the colorful Saguaro hotel, where dancing on the balcony is standard practice. Alternatively, the Renaissance resort prope...

Aviation-Themed Desert Air Festival Takes Off After a Successful Launch

As the occasional airplane engine rumbled in the nearby runway, revelers danced under the stars in a not-so-traditional dancefloor: a repurposed air museum. Guests attending the inaugural Desert Air Festival found themselves grooving to class acts from across the electronic dance scene surrounded by aircraft of a bygone era. Curated by Goldenvoice, the aviation-themed festival is the natural successor of Splash House‘s after-hours events held at the Palm Springs Air Museum. As one of the most unique festival settings found anywhere around, the event leaned into the aeronautic theme, immersing attendees in everything flight-related. Channel Tres performs at Desert Air. Quinn Tucker/Quasar Media/Desert Air Upon entering the event, a line of warplanes were proudly displayed, offeri...

Goldenvoice and Splash House Curate New Palm Springs Festival, Desert Air

Goldenvoice has long dominated the Palm Springs music scene with events like Coachella, Stagecoach, and Splash House taking center stage. Adding to their repertoire of electronic music outings, the renowned event company has announced a new, two-day winter house and techno festival at the Palm Springs Air Museum. Aptly called Desert Air, the festival will take place December 10th and 11th, acting as a natural successor to the after-hours events held during Splash House weekends at the same locale. Being one of the more unique open-air spaces in Southern California, the museum offers attendees views of World War II aircraft and industrial hangars all under the arid desert skies. The inaugural affair will feature an array of underground electronic artists headlined by The Martinez Broth...

Splash House Reveals Massive Lineup for 2021 Festival

Splash House has just announced its momentous 2021 return with a massive lineup that’s sure to see the festival return in an emphatic way.  Returning to Palm Springs to celebrate its eighth summer and the joyful reunion of its dance music-obsessed community, Splash House will bring back its beloved poolside parties and resort setting for an unforgettable party with a lineup for the ages. Lineup for Splash House 2021 Weekend 1. Splash House’s first weekend will feature headlining acts Dom Dolla, Get Real, Shiba San, TOKiMONSTA, Tycho, and Whethan. Supporting acts include Mark Knight, Josh Butler, Lady Bee, a back-to-back set from Illyus & Barrientos with Martin Ikin, Hannah Fernando, and many more. After-hours sets will take place at the Palm Springs Air Museum, as...

Splash House Announces Summer 2021 Return

The organizers of the Southern California pool party mecca Splash House have announced the event’s grand 2021 return. Known for its idyllic setting in Palm Springs, the sun-kissed festival was forced to abandon its 2020 edition due to the impact of COVID-19. The fest typically occurs over two weekends in June and August, but after organizers had to pull the plug on the June 2021 edition, they’ve opted for the fest to return on consecutive weekends in August: 13-15 and 20-22, respectively. With the festival’s date changes also comes an update to its fan-favorite Riviera stage, which now has a new name: Margaritaville. No word yet on whether or not Jimmy Buffett will make an appearance. Splash House As far as the pandemic goes, the festival’s “Hea...