Rehydrate Pool Party Series to Bring World’s Largest Water Slide to St. Louis


Michael Woods is one of many artists that will perform at ReSlidrate. - BRIAN ROBERTS/FLICKR
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  • Michael Woods is one of many artists that will perform at ReSlidrate.

The world's largest inflatable water slide is coming to St. Louis this August, and it's bringing a mini electronic festival with it. 

This festival, appropriately named ReSlidrate, is one of St. Louis' first electronic events of its size. The two-day event will be held on August 13 and 14 at 800 Cerre Street, otherwise known as the huge parking lot southwest of Busch Stadium.

Along with the giant water slide, ReSlidrate will feature dunk tanks, water balloons and even VIP cabanas that come with a private swimming pool included (how the organizers plan to put private pools in a parking lot is a mystery, but will be quite the sight to see). 

This event is being put on by Rehydrate, a pool party series that brings big names to St. Louis and the Lake of the Ozarks. Beyond pool parties, the organization hosts yearly Mardi Gras tents and concerts at clubs all around the city. In the past few years it has brought electronic powerhouses such as Morgan Page, Slander, Tommy Trash and many more to St. Louis. 

As for ReSlidrate? The talent is stacked with headliners Duelle, Michael Woods and Speaker of the House announced, and more to come in the weeks leading up to the event. With good music, fun activities and, most importantly, a giant water slide, Reslidrate is certain not to disappoint.  

Music will be held from 12 p.m.-8 p.m. each day with single-day tickets, weekend packages and VIP deals offered. The best part: No matter what ticket option you choose, you will get unlimited rides on the water slide.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here

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