Splash House announced it will return this summer for three weekends.

Splash House Celebrates 10 Years in Palm Springs

Courtesy of Splash House – Michael Drummond

PALM SPRINGS — The event credited with revitalizing tourism in the triple-digit summer months — Splash House — returns this summer, marking its tenth anniversary.

Splash House 2023 returns this summer for its second triple-weekender season June 9-11, August 11-13, and August 18-20.

Don’t wait: Presale passes and hotel packages for all three weekends will be available to purchase on Thurs, Feb. 9 at 12 p.m. PT on splashhouse.com. Alumni Access returners get first access at hotel packages and passes and can check their status on the website. GA passes start at $165 + fees and hotel packages start at $1,000 + fees. Guests must be 21+ in order to purchase.

Splash House has attracted a new generation of visitors to this international tourist destination. In 2022, the trifecta of events saw an economic impact of $6.7 million per weekend, according to organizers.

Founded in 2013 by brother-sister duo Tyler and Kelly McLean, Splash House has become the can’t-miss pool party of the summer, with live acts and DJ sets (past performers include Jaiwolf, Justice and Troyboi), afternoon dance parties and after-hours festivities at the Palm Springs Air Museum. The mini-Coachella-like music festival takes place across three hotels in the city of Palm Springs and offers partygoers a chance to hear upcoming house, disco and electronica artists in a more intimate setting—all while soaking in the sun.

Regular Splash House tickets include admission to three host hotels (all within two or three miles of each other): The Saguaro Palm Springs, Renaissance Palm Springs and Margaritaville Palm Springs. Featuring a jam-packed lineup, each hotel also offers a unique space for poolside jams and midcentury splendor, plus close access to several nearby restaurants and coffee shops for those who need to take a break and refuel. Though hotel ticket packages are available, there are also plenty of other places to stay and still be by all the action, whether it’s a hipster boutique inn or an upscale hotel downtown.

“Splash House is a home-grown and incredibly successful music event for the city of Palm Springs and our destination,” Chairman of PS Resorts Aftab Dada said in a prepared statement. “It has revitalized tourism in our slow summer months and attracted a younger generation. The festival is proof that Palm Springs is a destination for all ages.”

In a prepared statement, Scott White, President & CEO of Visit Greater Palm Springs added, “Splash House was a game-changer 10 years ago, attracting new visitors to Greater Palm Springs during our Summer months. We are excited about their continued success and the important economic impact this event has on our community.”






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