The June installment of the biannual dance-centric pool party Splash House has been canceled due to the coronavirus. In a statement released Tuesday (April 7), organizers announced: “After careful thought, and in following the guidance of local, state and national authorities we are sad to announce that the June edition of Splash House will not take place this year.”
The dance-focused weekender, which happens twice a year in Palm Springs, Calif., was set to kick off June 5-17. A lineup had not yet been announced, although past Splash Houses have featured a who’s who of the dance scene including Justice, Pete Tong, A-Trak, Gorgon City, Fisher, The Black Madonna and many more.
Those who’ve purchased tickets for the June event can have their tickets transferred for either the August Splash House event or the June 2021 show. Those unable to attend either can request a full refund. For now, the summer’s other Splash House event remains on the calendar for Aug. 14-16.