Lineups Revealed for Both Weekends of Splash House in August

Splash House August 2021
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Dabin, Dombresky, John Summit, Noizu, Sonny Fodera, Nora En Pure, Elderbrook, and more are set to play Splash House in August!

After a stunning edition this month that brought forth a plethora of talented artists to Palm Springs, Splash House is set to make even bigger waves towards the end of the summer. These unique experiences in the Mojave Desert are set to take place on August 12-14 and August 19-21 at The Saguaro, The Margaritaville, and The Renaissance hotels with after hours at the Air Museum – and both weekends bring stacked lineups along with them.

The first weekend, August 12-14, will feature headliners such as Dabin, Dombresky, John Summit, Nora En Pure, and Polo & Pan, but there’s plenty more in store as well. Whether you want to get down to the sounds of Franc Moody and Danny Howard, vibe out with Elohim and Droeloe, or let Tinlicker and Massane melt your mind, Splash House has you covered. And those looking to dance deep into the night will love catching Claude VonStroke and SG Lewis for their after hours sets.

The lineup heat continues on August 19-21 as headliners including Elderbrook, Jungle, Malaa, Noizu, Solardo, and Sonny Fodera are set to take the reins and guide attendees to a state of dance music bliss. Other standouts for the second weekend in August include Kyle Watson, Biscits, Mindchatter, OMNOM, Franky Wah, VNSSA, and Coco & Breezy, all of whom have impressed as of late. And while the Friday after hours artist is yet to be announced, Seth Troxler is primed for the Saturday night affair.

The remaining GA passes for Splash House August go on sale on Thursday, June 30 at 12PM PDT. Check out the lineups below, head over to their website for more details, and grab your passes if you’re planning to attend!

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