Claude Vonstroke will headline Friday evening’s popular Palm Springs music festival Splash House, which resumes for the second of three weekends this summer.
DJ Nala will open at the Palm Springs Air Museum at 9 p.m., before Claude Vonstroke takes the stage from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Festival-goers will then dive into a full weekend when the festival’s pool-side programming sets begin Saturday at noon at hotels across Palm Springs, including the Renaissance, the Margaritaville Resort and the Saguaro.
Saturday will begin with music from Twinflame and Rozegarde, Brett Hartt, and Sean Feeney — one at each hotel poolside — and end with Polo and Pan, Dombresky, and Dabin.
Attendees will be able to go in and out of the three hotels on Saturday and Sunday to splash into the pools and listen to the DJ sets of their choice.
After the pool on Saturday, SG Lewis will headline at the Palm Springs Air Museum with Sweet Like Chocolate opening, followed by Mindchatter.
John Summit will headline at Margaritaville and Nora en Pure at the Renaissance on the last night Sunday, ending at 9 p.m.
Passes are available at SplashHouse.com/Pass-Types/.
This year is the first time the festival runs for three weekends as opposed to its typical two-weekend run.
The last weekend will be hosted next week, starting Aug. 19 at noon with sets from Air2Earth, Elderbrook, and Seth Troxler.
Splash House began in 2013 and returned last August after being shutdown in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Guests must be at least 21 years old. Additional information can be found at splashhouse.com.