Downtown San Diego’s CRSSD Festival has cultivated a reputation for curating emergent and established talent alike, the production’s lineup for its 2018 iteration materializing as yet another impressive installment in the event’s booking history.
Situated directly within the festival’s house and techno wheelhouse, the Spring roster features an array of dominant techno influencers, among which Cirez D, Nicole Moudaber, Sasha, and Camelphat can be found. Claude VonStroke’s California based Dirtybird collective will lend flock members Walker & Royce, Shiba San, Sebastian V, and Kyle Watson to the CRSSD initiative, flavoring the festival with tech funk tones sure to unite bodies on the dance floor. Heavy hitters in the house domain, Nora En Pure, Mark Knight, and Gorgon City will spin to the crowd assembled at CRSSD’s long term home at Waterfront Park. Empire of the Sun and Tchami will deliver special performances, while Gorgon City, Bonobo, and Rodriguez Jr. will present live sets.
The 21+ bi-annual event will return to Southern California from March 3, plunging deep into the underground through March 4. Tickets to the 2018 edition of CRSSD will go on sale at 11 AM PST on Tuesday, December 26. Purchase them here.
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