By Kaitey Marie

Goldenvoice’s pool-hopping music festival will be making big waves in August with another well-rounded lineup dripping with fresh talent.

Splash House will return to the resort pools of the Renaissance, Riviera, and the Saguaro on August 10-12, tapping house DJs including Gorgon City, Gryffin, Louis The Child, and more.

Goldenvoice (c) Splash House

The after-hours party lands Friday and Saturday night at the Palm Springs Air Museum, where you can catch The Black Madonna, FISHER, and Mija lighting up the stage.


Shuttles will loop between each pool making sure you can dance around to Gorgon City’s “Ready for Your Love” and won’t have to miss Gryffin spin an incredible set.

Over the past five years, Splash House has earned its name as the quintessential poolside music festival in the desert, attracting talented names like Flume, Anna Lunoe, and Norwegian tropical house guru Kygo. Music lovers from Las Vegas, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and beyond have flocked to the Coachella Valley for a weekend of splashing under the sun and lounging in misty cabanas.

This year, Splash House has paired up with Australian clothing company Barney Cools, launching a retro-inspired merch line including graphic tees, sunbrellas, party visors, and more only available onsite.

The Goldenvoice protégé has gained immense notoriety since debuting in 2013 and has consistently sold out in recent years, so be sure to get your tickets this week.

Guests must be 21+.  General Admission tickets start at $135; After Hours tickets start at $40.

Passes are currently available f0r sale at

Are you ready to grab your flamingo floaty and dance with your favorite DJs? Splash House will be back soon to cap off your summer – don’t miss it!


Black Caviar


Curt Reynolds

Cut Snake



Eli Brown



Goddollars & Paradise**

Gorgon City

Griffin Stoller

Gryffin (DJ Set)

Hannah Wants

  1. Worra

Kyle Watson

Latmun b2b Detlef

Louis The Child

Max Chapman







The Black Madonna

Walker & Royce

Will Clarke


(**After Hours at the Air Museum)