Splash House is Back in Palm Springs This Summer

Splash House Is Back in Palm Springs This Summer

Splash House is a house music and swimming extravaganza with Duke Dumont, Chet Porter, the Magician and Yolanda Be Cool.

Splash House is a big party that takes place at three different resorts in Palm Springs, California, with a lot of different house music DJ’s spinning. One could term it a music festival but a different kind. There will be two events, the first on June 8-10, 2018 and the second August 10-12, 2018.

The lineup for the first Splash House includes Duke Dumont, Chet Porter, Chris Lake, Justin Martin, the Magician, Yolanda Be Cool and many more. They will be spinning house music poolside at the three resorts. At night there is an optional After Hours party at the Palm Springs Air Museum amongst aircraft, with SNBRN and Autograph in the house.


This year the Instagram-friendly resort pools include the Renaissance, the Riviera and the Saguaro. As you can see on the official Splash House Instagram account, it will be a crowded but epic event.

Highlights, August 2017 – Sunday http://bit.ly/SH2017Sun

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Palm Springs is a desert community located east of Los Angeles, near Coachella Valley. The palm tree covered oasis earned a reputation for being a place where socialites and celebrities party by the pool in the swinging sixties. It is the ideal opportunity to wear a bikini and get drunk by a pool.

To reserve general admission passes to all three parties visit the Splash House website. However the deluxe hotel packages have already sold out. Please do not bring tents, they are not allowed.

Check out the best EDM festivals for the summer of 2018, according to Slutty Raver Costumes. Gary Richards recently announced the All My Friends festival in downtown LA this summer.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.