Splash House Announces June Lineup For 10 Year Anniversary Season

Splash House California USA 2023 news

Splash House has announced the June lineup for its 10 Year Anniversary Season. Over the last decade, Splash House has continually redefined the summer festival, fostering a boutique experience in the heart of Palm Springs, ahead of its time music curation, and devout community. In celebration of this milestone, Splash House 2023 returns this summer for its second triple-weekender season from June 9th – 11th, August 11th – 13th and August 18th – 20th.

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Splash House’s June lineup welcomes a selection of artists that have soundtracked some of its most remembered moments over the last decade. DJ sets from CHROMEO and THE KNOCKS will rekindle the funk-driven memories of past desert sessions, while the legendary ARMAND VAN HELDEN returns with the house anthems that make him one of the genre’s most celebrated stars. Acts like CLOONEE and DJ SUSAN, who played some of their first major festival sets on the Splash House stage, return to the event following triumphant rises over the past few years, plus GREEN VELVET will make his mark at the festival once again after a massive 2021 headlining set as Get Real.

Debuts as Splash House this June will include Dutch-born Ibiza based producer CHELINA MANUHUTU, UK export NIC FANCIULLI and the global sounds of GORDO, along with French stand-out MATT SASSARI, NYC veteran DENNIS FERRER and Snatch! Records founder RIVA STARR. The more esoteric strains of house music will be provided by ASH LAURYN, HEIDI LAWDEN B2B MASHA MAR, BLACK LOOPS, GERD JANSON and BONTAN, plus a continued focus on highlighting rising names in the scene like HONEYLUV, KALEENA ZANDERS, HANK K, AZZECCA and IT’S MURPH.

At night, attendees can enjoy After Hours programming at the Palm Springs Air Museum from Grammy winning German producer PURPLE DISCO MACHINE, GORDO and more while enjoying an open-air dance floor and witnessing artists perform alongside historic aircrafts, all backdropped by the San Jacinto Mountains.

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