As a burgeoning spot for house and techno, San Diego has managed to cultivate a thriving dance music scene over the years, thanks in large part to FNGRS CRSSD. The promoter is responsible for curating multiple shows throughout the year, including their boutique festival, the biannual CRSSD.
After a yearlong hiatus due to the worldwide pandemic, the festival has announced its return to Waterfront Park on September 25th and 26th. The lush, manicured lawns situated along San Diego Bay will play host to a wide array of acts from across the electronic music spectrum.
Spread across three stages, the festival prides itself on providing slots for emerging artists, live acts, and a slew of major dance music acts. An adult oasis, the venue offers craft beer, gourmet food vendors, and a full mixology program.
The first phase of the lineup for the fall 2021 edition contains performances by ZHU, KAYTRANADA, CamelPhat, ANNA, Boys Noize, Hot Since 82, Jamie Jones, Chris Lorenzo, Paul Kalkbrenner, Kölsch, and Carl Craig.
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Pre-sale tickets to CRSSD launched today, July 13th at 11AM PT. General tickets go live the tomorrow at 11AM PT.
Find out more information about the festival here.