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Splash House Returns To Palm Springs With Third Weekend Added

Splash House August 2019, Palm Springs

Get ready to start splashin’ at Splash House 2020!

The world-renowned Palm Springs festival Splash House has been confirmed to return in 2020 for an exciting three weekends rather than the usual two. After seeing an exponential amount of success over the years, the festival has continued to grow with sold-out weekends each year. To better accommodate fans, festival producers Tyler and Kelly McClean have decided to include an additional weekend of electronic music, dancing, and endless parties to make for one of the most anticipated events in Southern California this year. That’s correct, Splash House 2020 will be three weekends. 

The festival was founded in 2013 to provide the quintessential summer party that dreams are made of by combining electronic music, luxury resorts, and epic poolside parties with the gorgeous desert oasis of Palm Springs as the backdrop. Each weekend of the event spans a total of three days as Splash House takes over the resort scene at four separate venues, with each venue featuring a unique stage. As a fully immersive festival, guests will be treated to the very best in electronic music artists from around the world alongside elevated production including stunning light displays at night.

Splash House 2019

During the day, guests will find stages set up at three different hotels including The Saguro, The Riviera, and The Renaissance. All Splash House 2020 hotels will feature pool parties, where guests have the option to purchase rooms with balconies overlooking the stages. When the sun sets, guests can make their way from the pool to the iconic Palm Springs Air Museum which features an open-air dance floor as DJs take the stage amongst the historic planes. Last year, DJs and artists gathered from around the globe with performances by RÜFÜS DU SOL, Gorgon City, Louis The Child, Ekali, Bonobo, Kaytranada, Duke Dumont, The Black Madonna, Hot Since 82, Lane 8, Claude VonStroke, and What So Not.

The festival will have three weekends starting in June 2020. The first round will take place from June 5th to 7th, followed by another weekend August 7th to 9th, and the finale August 14th to 16th. Preregistration for the most sought-after summer festival on the West-Coast is now open through February 4th, 2020. The festival will be offering both stand-alone tickets and several packages that include the renowned after-parties and hotel suites. Stay tuned for more as the festival approaches this summer!

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