CRSSD Festival returns to San Diego this upcoming first weekend of March for its Spring 2018 edition, set to take place on the 3rd and 4th at the familiar Waterfront Park in the city’s Downtown area.
This is the festival’s seventh edition, as the brand continues to push boundaries through the exploration of diverse and eclectic sounds in both the live and electronic music realms. Staying true to its format, the Spring 2018 roster includes edgy mainstage performances on the Ocean View stage from Empire Of The Sun, the soulful chart topping full live house sounds of Gorgon City, Ninja Tune and indie darling Bonobo, rhythmical dreaminess from Sweden’s Little Dragon, in your face swagger from The Presets, the danceable composer Henry Saiz and a special guest performance from Tchami.
The City Steps will host some of the darker sounds of the lineup, including Mouseville Records label boss Cirez D (the dark alter-ego of Eric Prydz), Mood Records boss Nicole Moudaber, the progressive pioneer Sasha, current Grammy nominee Camelphat, one of techno’s rapidly rising Belgian star in Charlotte de Witte, and the European powerhouses of Mark Knight, Alan Fitzpatrick and Patrice Bäumel.
House music is the name of the game at CRSSD’s Palms stage once more, featuring Jai Wolf’s inimitable chart-topping global blends, All Day I Dream frontman Lee Burridge, Aussie icon Anna Lunoe and the always groovy MK. SoCal’s bass driven house music will be repped by some of the DIRTYBIRD collectives finest including Walker & Royce, Shiba San, Sebastian V, and Kyle Watson.