Thrilled to announce that Splash House will be expanding to three weekends for the 2022 chapter, touching down June 10-12, August 12-14, and August 19-21. Splash House has established itself as one of the country’s most sought-after festivals, fusing forward-thinking electronic music, poolside partying, and resort amenities alongside the desert landscapes of Palm Springs.
Spread across three resort venues all with their own unique feel, fans are transported to multiple eras of Palm Springs aesthetic history just within the festival’s footprint. A hideaway from the urban sprawl of Los Angeles, Splash House fosters an environment fit for music fans, fashionistas, travelers, and those seeking a different kind of festival.
Splash House Presale, Tickets & Hotel Packages
Splash House 2022 presale opens Thurs, Feb 10 at 12pm PT. Register for presale tickets here.
GA passes start at $159 and hotel packages start at $305 per person. Guests must be 21+ in order to purchase.
Splash House offers hotel packages to round out a perfect weekend. All packages come with festival passes, a three-night stay at any of the three resorts, and shuttle transportation between the venues.
Splash House 2022 Lineup Expectations
Artists featured on past Splash House lineups have included renowned talents like RÜFÜS DU SOL, Gorgon City, Bonobo, TOKiMONSTA, Kaytranada, Tycho, The Blessed Madonna, Bob Moses, San Holo, and more. For 2022 we can expect a similar list of the hottest house music acts of the year across three stages to keep you stage hopping while you explore everything Splash House has to offer. The stage at Renaissance will act as the main stage although all three stages will feature headliners you will not wanna miss. Each weekend will feature its own unique lineup and there are season passes available that will grant you access to all three weekends.
Night Activities at Splash House
After Hours programming at the Palm Springs Air Museum while enjoying an open-air dance floor and witnessing artists perform alongside historic airplanes, all backdropped by the San Jacinto Mountains. This location has become a staple of the Splash House experience, while also hosting the debut of Desert Air last December.