Splash House Releases Lineups for August Editions

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CamelPhat, Gorgon City, Get Real, Shiba San, Tycho, SG Lewis, San Holo, Lane 8, and more are set to play Splash House in August.


California is celebrating its reopening in style with a hefty offering of amazing festivals and events to choose from this summer. While temperatures continue to soar over the next few months, one of the most beloved festivals in Palm Springs, Splash House, is looking to keep things cool with some poolside action and late-night sets. After Goldenvoice announced the dates for the multi-hotel experience’s return and details on the upcoming ticket sale, all that was left for hopeful attendees was the lineup… and the Amazon order with their favorite new floatie of course.

Today, they released the two lineups for Splash House in August, and both weekends of this wet and wild festival are set to bring some of the best in the scene to add to the already high temperatures in the desert oasis. Headlining the first weekend on August 13-15 is a heavy helping of house and techno heaters including Dom Dolla, Get Real, and Shiba San, while TOKiMONSTA, Tycho, and Whethan are set to bring their dynamic sounds as well. Joining them are a flurry of other standouts ranging from DJ Holographic and Dateless to Sohmi and Blossom, giving a bit of something for everyone who is on the hunt for some groovy tunes.

If you thought that things would simmer down on the second weekend, you’re entirely wrong with that notion. August 20-22 will play host to another offering of amazing house artists with the likes of CamelPhat, Gorgon City, Yotto, and Sonny Fodera topping the bill. SG Lewis, Bob Moses, and San Holo will also be headlining the weekend along with The Brothers Macklovitch to further get everyone dancing. And the undercard is stacked for this weekend as well with everyone from Luttrell and CRi to Mercer and Vincent joining in on the fun.

As for the After Hours parties at the Air Museum, Splash House has you covered there as well. The first weekend will bring Lane 8, Green Velvet, and Mason Maynard to the stage, while the second run will see MK, Cloonee, and a Special Guest to keep everyone grooving deep into the night.

Tickets and hotel packages for Splash House go on sale on June 17 at 12PM PDT, so make sure to register ahead of that date to lock in your spot. And don’t forget to follow the festival on social media for up-to-date details and more.


Splash House 2021 – August Lineups:


Splash House 2021 – August Lineups By Artist:

August 13-15

  • Dom Dolla
  • Get Real
  • Shiba San
  • TOKiMONSTA
  • Tycho (DJ Set)
  • Whethan
  • Mark Knight
  • Moon Boots (DJ Set)
  • Poolside (DJ Set)
  • Andrew Power
  • Blossom
  • CRi
  • Dateless
  • DJ Holographic
  • Eskuche
  • Greg Gonzalez
  • Hannah Fernando
  • Jared Jackson
  • Josh Butler
  • Lady Bee
  • Lubelski
  • Martin Ikin b2b Illyus & Barrientos
  • Mild Minds
  • Monki
  • Monte Booker
  • Sad Money
  • Seb Wildblood
  • Sohmi
  • Troy Kurtz
  • After Hours at the Air Museum
  • Lane 8
  • Mason Maynard
  • Green Velvet

August 20-22

  • Bob Moses (Club Set)
  • CamelPhat
  • Gorgon City
  • San Holo
  • SG Lewis (DJ Set)
  • Sonny Fodera
  • The Brothers Macklovitch
  • Yotto
  • Bontan
  • CRi
  • Fernet
  • Ferreck Dawn
  • Fundido
  • Galcher Lustwerk
  • Gojira
  • Kim Ann Foxman
  • Kornika
  • Life on Planets
  • Luttrell
  • Mercer
  • PAX
  • Rossy
  • Surf Mesa
  • Tim Baresko b2b Clyde P
  • Toni Varga
  • Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (DJ Set)
  • Tsu Nami
  • VINCENT
  • Yula
  • After Hours at the Air Museum
  • Special Guest
  • Cloonee
  • MK

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