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CRSSD Festival continues to feature diverse, standout artists

Spring lineup will feature more than 50 standout acts that showcase the diverse artists of house, techno and leftfield strands of electronic music.

CRSSD Fest stages each have a unique feel, sound. (Bradley Schweit)

CRSSD Festival is back this spring and taking over Waterfront Park on March 4 and 5. With more than 50 of underground house and techno’s biggest names and rising stars, the spring 2017 lineup promises to be the most exciting yet.

Since the first CRSSD in 2015, the outdoor festival has become known for showcasing diverse and intriguing artists in house, techno and leftfield strands of electronic music. This year, organizers are continuing their goal of bringing well-known acts and newcomers who represent the more avant-garde shades of electronic music.

The spring lineup will feature a host of standout acts, including Flume, AlunaGeorge, Dusky, Recondite, Claude VonStroke, Mija, Point Point, Latmun, Heidi and Cassy. Underground house and techno fans will also get to see incredible sets from DJs like 2manyDJs, Jackmaster, Âme, Skream, Seth Troxler b2b Eats Everything, Damian Lazarus, Midland and more.

Rounding out the lineup will be some of contemporary music’s most in-demand acts, including Duke Dumont, Snakehips, Giraffage and Lane 8.

CRSSD stands out in part because of its setting — Waterfront Park is minutes from the Gaslamp Quarter and offers incredible harbor and sunset views to enhance the experience. In addition to the music, festival-goers enjoy craft beer, gourmet food vendors from San Diego’s best restaurants and a full mixology program. The full lineup, tickets and other information can be found at crssdfest.com.

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