Splash House August Drops Their Summer Lineup Ft. Claude VonStroke, Golf Clap, Toro Y Moi, And More

    Following the conclusion of their June edition, Splash House released the lineup for their August event and it may be possible that the talent is even hotter than the Palm Springs climate where this event takes place biannually. Returning to the Renaissance, Riviera, and Saguaro on August 9-11th for another installment of this iconic summer event, get in on the fun and experience Splash House’s forward-thinking dance music program; all while dancing poolside with your friends.


    The August edition of this multi-venue music festival boasts an impressive list of names ranging from the likes of head Dirtybird Claude VonStroke, all the way to the sounds of synthpop soundscapes from Snakehips, a euphoria-inducing DJ set from Toro Y Moi, and a plethora of tech-house performances such as Solardo, Detlef, Prok & Fitch, the lo-fi cuts from DJ Seinfeld, Hot Creations co-founder Lee Foss, and nu disco vibes from Chris Malinchak. This lineup truly extends across a spectrum of genres with genre-bending bass coming from a Keys N Krates DJ set, Anjunadeep staple Luttrell, Detroit deep house virtuosos Golf Clap, and Escapade, the brain-child of Walker & Royce and Ardalan who know how to get the crowd dancing and the energy flowing.



    When the sun has set and the moon has risen, that means that the festivities are ready to begin again at the Palm Springs Air Museum, Splash House’s official After Hours location. This unique location, which features vintage aircrafts, sets the backdrop for guests as they dance to the sounds of some of electronic music’s most prominent names. This year, keeping the party going will be house and techno icon Hot Since 82, Mark Knight, Dirtybird players Walker & Royce, as well as Electronic Groove Resident DJ Enzo Muro, and a live set from electro-pop duo Phantoms.



    Tickets for this poolside event go on sale at 12:00PM tomorrow here so don’t forget to purchase your’s and find out why thousands flock to Palm Springs for this poolside event every June and August.


    Source: Daily-Beat