Are you ready to splash? The lineup is here for the June edition of the electronic dance music pool party Splash House.
Some of the artists performing DJ sets at the June 9-11 event include Chromeo, Armand Van Helden, The Knocks, Purple Disco Machine and more at the Renaissance, Margaritaville Resort and Saguaro Palm Springs hotels. The event will also include After Hours programming at the Palm Springs Air Museum.
The three-weekend festival will also run Aug. 11-13 and Aug. 18-20, but lineups for those events will be announced at a later date.
Passes and hotel packages are available at splashhouse.com.
Here is the full list of performers for the June edition:
Armand Van Helden, Ash Lauryn, AYYBO, Azzecca, Black Loops, BONES, Bontan, Chelina Manuhutu, Chromeo, Cloonee, Dennis Ferrer, DJ Susan, Gerd Janson, GORDO, Green Velvet, Hank K, Heidi Lawden b2b Masha Mar, HoneyLuv, it’s murph, Kaleena Zanders, Lee Wells, Matt Sassari, Maximo, Nic Fanciulli, ON_1, Option4, Purple Disco Machine, Ranger Trucco, Riva Starr, The Knocks (DJ Set), The Sponges.
Last year’s festivals featured performances by Diplo, Channel Tres, Hayden James, Yung Bae and more. June Splash House group Chromeo also appeared in April during the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
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Founded by Palm Springs residents Tyler and Kelly McLean in 2013, Splash House has become a major contributor to summer tourism in Palm Springs. From 2018 to 2019, the festivals sold out both weekends, drawing 7,000 attendees to the city. Los Angeles-based Goldenvoice, producer of the Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals, is a partner of the event.
“For a long time we just weren’t ready for it,” McLean said. “We wanted to focus on two weekends and growing every aspect of the experience from the production to the music program. Over the last two to three years as we’ve accomplished those things, the demand has grown. … we’re ready to take this step.”
According to organizers, the 2022 event contributed $6.7 million each weekend to the local economy.
Desert Sun reporter Brian Blueskye covers arts and entertainment. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter at @bblueskye.