CRSSD Festival 2018 Lineup Announced: You Should Really Make This Your First Festival of the New Year

CRSSD Festival 2018 Lineup Announced: You Should Really Make This Your First Festival of the New Year

CRSSD Festival 2018 Lineup Announced: You Should Really Make This Your First Festival of the New Year

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The newly announced CRSSD Festival lineup is already the best thing to happen for 2018 and the New Year hasn’t even arrived yet.

Year after year, CRSSD brings a matured and progressive standard of music to Waterfront Park San Diego in it’s now seventh edition to date. Today they released the 2018 Spring event lineup, March 3rd + 4th, and the collection of live and emerging electronic acts is preposterously great as always. Take a look at the previous lists of talent that have greeted the shoreline of San Diego and know this year is no compromise.


The March 2018 edition earns bragging rights with dreamy mainstage performances on the Ocean View stage from Empire Of The Sun, the newly defined live house vibes of Gorgon City, illusory lyrics and voice of Sweden’s Little Dragon, serenading sounds of a Bonobo live set, and a special performance by Tchami. I picture sitting by the fountain, feet resting in the water, closing my eyes and swaying to the rhythms that resonate from Ocean View.

 

When it is time to bump (and quite possibly grind) the City Steps are where you can find some of techno’s best producers laying down the booty shaking business. Eric Prydz deliverswith his dark atler-ego, Cirez D, accompanied by acts such as Camelphat, and Mark Knight. CRSSD’s Palms stage maintains the forward thinking house and deep sensations of Nora En Pure, Dirtybird’s Walker & Royce, and All Day I Dream’s Lee Burridge.


This event is 21+ and couples the underground dance scene with cultural flavors of food vendors, mixologists, craft beer, and…tickets are on sale 12/26 @ 11am!

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