Splash House, one of the largest EDM events in America, is back for another year. With the success of the June event, Splash House returns to take place over two weekends this month, August 12-14 and August 19-21, and stretching between the Renaissance, Margaritaville, and Saguaro Hotels in Palm Springs, California, the lineup of over thirty different house music artists is sure to get people dancing. For the first weekend, EDM icons like John Summit and Dombresky hit the stage, for impactful beats with synth all around. They’re also joined by the Swiss-Italian artist Nora En Pure, with her dramatic piano sounds and light tone. More indie artists like Offiah, Mason Collective, and Tinlicker will be performing, playing their chill beats for the crowd of over 7,000 people.
During the second weekend, artists like Mercury Prize-nominated JUNGLE and global musician Elderbrook are to perform their electric sounds, accompanied by alt-pop duo NEIL FRANCES. As an ever-evolving genre, EDM continues to be explored for all that it’s worth, and that’s no better seen than in electronica like Coco & Breezy, Kyle Watson, and Frankie Wah, underground musicians whose hold over the genre forces people to dance and simply cannot be listened to while sitting down.
Away from the traffic and noise of Los Angeles, Splash House is a community event meant for lovers of not just EDM, but all music, and people who are looking for an experience unlike another.