Splash House Officially Cancels June Edition

Splash House June 2019
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Splash House has officially canceled their June edition this year and is eyeing a return in August as the pandemic continues to impact SoCal.


One of the hottest parties that dance music lovers can attend each year in Southern California is Splash House. Nestled in the desert oasis that is Palm Springs, the event has become renowned for bringing some of the best artists in house, techno, and bass to the stage at the three hotels they take over annually. Last year Splash House planned to add a third week of fun in the sun into the mix but those plans were dashed due to the pandemic, now, their upcoming June edition will also not take place.

In the statement from Splash House that surfaced earlier today, the organizers stated that it is simply “still too soon for a safe return” of the festival. “Let’s be patient a little while longer and support health officials working to vaccinate and protect our communities,” they said, before stating that they’re still planning on returning on August 13-15 with the hopes of an improving COVID-19 landscape in Southern California.

Those who had purchased passes or hotel packages for the upcoming edition that was set for June 11-13 should keep their eyes out for an email from Elevate ticketing in regards to a re-transfer or refund for the order. Anyone who purchased for August 13-15 needs to hold tight for further updates on the status of the later dates at the end of summer. Make sure to follow Splash House on social media for the latest updates from the festival.

Stay tuned for more information about other cancellations and postponements from around the world as we continue to follow the impact coronavirus has on the festival season this year.

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