On March 3rd and 4th, San Diego‘s CRSSD Festival returned to the city’s Waterfront Park for their Spring 2018 edition, bringing with them a selection of top acts in electronica, house, techno, bass and tech house.
As always, the idyllic venue CRSSD calls home was the perfect backdrop for the weekend’s music, especially so when San Diego’s weather decided to cooperate with a rain-free weekend despite forecasts predicting otherwise until the night before gates opened.
On Saturday the Palms Stage played host to a diverse selection of acts, including playa tech and All Day I Dream bossman Lee Burridge, heavy sounds by Tiga and signature bass-house from Dirtybird’s Shiba San. In the middle of the park our day got its start with Cristoph, who has been championed by Eric Prydz for the last year and with good reason, and ended with Eric himself, who performed as Cirez D. In between we were dealt techno sets by Patrice Baumel, Dense & Pika and Charlotte de Witte, the latter playing one of the highlight sets of the weekend. The massive Ocean View stage saw live music performances by Henry Saiz & Band, Gryffin and the eccentric Empire of the Sun
We can all agree that photos and videos tell a good and truthful story of what it was like to be there, so enjoy a selection of pics from the weekend below: