Splash House, the renowned summer festival in Palm Springs, announced the lineups for its highly anticipated 10 Year Anniversary Season in August. Known for its exceptional music curation and devoted fan community, Splash House has consistently redefined the summer festival experience over the last decade. This year's celebration will feature two consecutive triple weekenders, cementing it as a monumental year for the brand.After a successful June edition that kicked off Splash House's 10th anniversary season, the August lineups promise to elevate the festival's reputation as a top-tier electronic music event. Weekend One, taking place from August 11-13, will showcase a roster of longtime favorites from the scene. The lineup includes Australian tastemaker Anna Lunoe, Wax Motif, crossover sensation Aluna, and the esteemed house music veteran Felix Da Housecat, who has received two GRAMMY nominations. Additionally, Brazilian superstar Vintage Culture, GRAMMY-winning producer CID, Lee Foss b2b Deeper Purpose, UK talent Sam Divine, J. Worra, Elrow resident Tini Gessler, LP Giobbi from Femme House, and viral hit-maker veggi will be delivering high-energy performances.For those who appreciate the underground sound, Weekend One will feature lo-fi house sensation DJ Seinfeld, Detroit's pioneering DJ Minx, Franky Rizardo from the Netherlands, and Jaden Thompson from fabric. This diverse lineup ensures that Splash House caters to a wide range of musical tastes.Weekend Two, taking place from August 18-20, boasts an equally stacked lineup of renowned artists. Leading the pack are legendary UK multi-genre producer Skream, French icon and Confession label head Tchami, Sidepiece—a standout house project by Nitti and Party Favor—disco-inspired duo Classixx, and electronic-meets-R&B duo DRAMA. Terminal Underground's Matroda, tech house hitmaker Chapter & Verse, Russian duo Volac, and globally supported UK producer Sosa are just a few of the household names appearing, alongside rising stars like Kyle Walker, Bleu Clair, Westend, and Ship Wrek.Weekend Two continues with the talents of Sidney Charles, the disco and electro beatmaker Demuja, acclaimed Haitian DJ and producer Francis Mercier, next-gen house riser Mary Droppinz, global clubland favorite waFF, and emerging Afro-Latina artist Juliet Mendoza. These artists bring a fresh and dynamic energy to the festival, ensuring an unforgettable experience for attendees.As night falls, Splash House attendees can enjoy the After Hours programming at the Palm Springs Air Museum. During Weekend One, DJ sets by the GRAMMY-nominated ODESZA and indie dance duo Phantoms will take the stage, along with UK house veteran Maya Jane Coles and the fast-rising esoteric dance producer QRTR. Weekend Two features performances from Chris Lake, founder of Black Book Records, and DJ sets by versatile beatsmith Channel Tres and Norwegian brothers KREAM. The Palm Springs Air Museum provides a unique open-air dance floor, where artists perform against the backdrop of historic aircraft and the picturesque San Jacinto Mountains.Splash House has come a long way since its renegade poolside beginnings, evolving into one of North America's most sought-after dance music festivals. While the event has grown in popularity, it has managed to maintain its distinct sense of style, inspired by the culture and allure of Palm Springs. The festival's unique blend of vast desert landscapes, fashion-forward audiences, and forward-thinking musical bookings provides a new and immersive way to experience this travel hotspot.What sets Splash House apart is the ease and comfort of the experience, which has endeared it to its dedicated followers. All packages include festival passes, a three-night stay at one of the three host resorts (Renaissance, Margaritaville, and Saguaro Hotels), and shuttle transportation between venues. Guests can relax in poolside rooms, enjoying performances from their balconies before heading down to the dance floor.New for this year, Splash House offers attendees the option to stay at offsite hotel options: Palm Mountain Resort & Spa or L3 Oasis Hotel. L3 Oasis Hotel, conveniently located across the street from Margaritaville, allows guests to be just steps away from the action and festival shuttles. Palm Mountain Resort & Spa offers hourly shuttle service to Renaissance Palm Springs from 12-7 PM (once per hour), free for those with a festival wristband. Both of these hotels include passes to Splash House in their packages, providing attendees with more choices for their accommodations.Tickets and hotel packages for Splash House will be available for purchase starting on Friday, June 30 at 10 am PT on splashhouse.com. General admission passes start at $195 + fees, and all guests must be 21 years or older to purchase tickets.Join Splash House as they celebrate their 10 Year Anniversary Season this August, promising an unforgettable experience filled with incredible music, stunning surroundings, and the camaraderie of fellow music lovers. Secure your spot and make lasting memories at this one-of-a-kind summer festival.All remaining passes and hotel packages will be available for purchase on Friday, June 30 at 10 am PT at splashhouse.com
. GA passes start at $195 + fees. Guests must be 21+ in order to purchase.Weekend One LineupAdapter, Aluna, Anna Lunoe, BRKLYN, CID, Cut Snake, Dillon Nathaniel, DJ Minx, DJ Seinfeld, Felix Da Housecat, Franky Rizardo, J. Worra, Jaded, Jaden Thompson, Lee Foss b2b Deeper, Purpose, LP Giobbi, Lucati, Maya Jane Coles**, Miss Dre, ODESZA (DJ Set)**, Phantoms (DJ Set)**, QRTR**, Regularfantasy, Sam Divine, Tini Gessler, Veggi, Vintage Culture, Wax MotifWeekend Two LineupBAYNK, Bleu Clair, Bones b2b Lee Wells, Calussa, Casmalia, Channel Tres (DJ Set)**, Chapter & Verse, Chris Lake**, Classixx, Demuja, Drama (Club Set), Flight Facilities (DJ Set),Francis Mercier, Freak On, Juliet Mendoza, KREAM**, Kyle Walker, Mary Droppinz, Matroda, Ship Wrek, Sidepiece, Sidney Charles, Skream, Sosa, Tchami, Tita Lau, TOBEHONEST, Volac, wAFF, Westend**After Hours at Palm Springs Air MuseumAbout the author:Robert Christian Sussman
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