Vacationing in Palm Springs is a split 7" from Californian ska punk band Reel Big Fish and Oregon ska-swing band the Cherry Poppin' Daddies, released in 1997 on Mojo Records. Reel Big Fish's side includes a ska-funk-disco cover of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "There Is Nothing Like a Dame" from the 1949 musical South Pacific. This cover was recorded for the soundtrack to the film Welcome to Woop Woop, later appearing on the band's Viva La Internet/Blank CD compilation. The Cherry Poppin' Daddies side features two ska punk songs, "Hi & Lo" and "2:29". "2:29" was later used as a B-side to the "Zoot Suit Riot" single and as an additional track on the Japanese release of the album of the same name. Both tracks were later re-recorded, "Hi & Lo" for the Daddies' 2008 album Susquehanna and "2:29" for the 2009 compilation Skaboy JFK, which also featured the re-recording of "Hi & Lo". Two pressings of this split were made, the first on bright blue vinyl, the second on standard black.