Splash House once again proved the ability to extend “festival season” in the Desert, bringing thousands of guests into Palm Springs in the middle of June for a HUGE weekend of poolside fun!
Splash House kicked off at the Palm Springs Air Museum on Friday night, with bright lights, chill beats and festival-style vibes featuring a headlining performance by Malaa. Producers did an excellent job turning the museum, which sits next to Palm Springs International Airport, into a 5-star venue, where guests could easily walk-around, get food & drinks, sit down or dance the night away!
On Saturday: it was time to inflate the pool toys, apply SPF, pour your favorite summer drink and dive into the epic shenanigans of Splash House! The Saguaro once again reigned supreme as the most colorful of the hotel hot spots with decorated balconies, hammocks on the back lawn and DJ’s spinning all day under the blue skies and sunshine including Chris Malinchak!
The newly initiated Renaissance provided more space for attendees, multiple beverage bars, a larger pool and a stage that mirrored a mini-Sahara Tent featuring Thomas Jack
To quote country superstar Kenny Chesney,
“Everything Gets Hotter When The Sun Goes Down” was true,
as Splash House guests who purchased the after-hours wristbands,
returned to the Palm Springs Air Museum for Round 2 featuring Classix “LIVE”.
On Sunday: people were moving a little bit slower to start the day (lol), which is totally normal considering the days and nights finally caught up with most. I loved Big Game‘s set at The Riviera, with a little guest on his shoulders:
My favorite set of the weekend, was Sam Feldt at The Renaissance,
who rocked the crowd with LIVE trumpet and sax cameos.
Splash House returns August 11th – August 13th
More info and purchase tickets at splashhouse.com