CRSSD festival announces lineup for Spring 2022 edition
Featuring SOFI TUKKER live, Four Tet, Nina Kraviz b2b Helena Hauff, Adam Beyer, Gorgon City, Joris Voorn, and more on March 5-6, 2022 at Waterfront Park in San Diego
The CRSSD Festival will return to San Diego’s Waterfront Park on March 5-6, 2022. At what will be the first spring edition of CRSSD since 2020, the beloved festival has once again delivered a diverse lineup highlighting the best in electronic music with a focus on house, techno, and eclectic live acts.
Since its inception in 2015, CRSSD has grown a loyal following of visitors who flock to the oceanfront venue each year to witness three stages each with their own distinct soundtrack and experience. Set in beautiful Downtown San Diego just steps from the Pacific Ocean, Waterfront Park provides the ideal urban venue complete with picturesque sunset views, splash-friendly fountains, and grassy lawns.
CRSSD’s live performances and crossover dance triumphs continue to take place at Ocean View. Glass Animals, a British indie-rock phenom, and the genre-defying productions of fan-favorite duo SOFI TUKKER will headline this year’s edition. SG Lewis, fast-rising vocalist and bassist Blu DeTiger, Australian acts Lastlings and Parcels, upbeat London band Franc Moody, and the addictive vocals of 070 Shake, Chet Faker, and Cautious Clay round out Ocean View.
Those in attendance at The Palms can expect a slew of sultry house vibes over the course of the weekend. Four Tet and Ben UFO b2b Joy Orbison will play sets on the stage, while Gorgon City will perform their chart-topping ‘Olympia‘ album, and Claude VonStroke and Green Velvet will bring their Get Real super-project to the fold. Other standouts on The Palms include South African heavyweight Kyle Watson, multi-genre German producer Danilo Plessow known for his work as Motor City Drum Ensemble, the addicting sounds of UK duo PAX, Ibiza resident Miane, and more.
Guests at City Steps can expect to enjoy harder-hitting styles from the global techno underground during the day, as well as classic house flavors. A collaboration between Nina Kraviz and German selector Helena Hauff, as well as sets from Drumcode Records founder Adam Beyer, Detroit legend Jeff Mills, and a special guest set from Dutch producer and Spectrum founder Joris Voorn, are among the highlights. Before the show, more talent will be revealed.
Fans can enjoy craft food and cocktails from a variety of vendors, go for a dig at the CRSSD record shop in partnership with LA’s Stellar Remnant, try out new gear at Tech Center, or explore all that Downtown San Diego has to offer before or after the show at the CRSSD. The CRSSD After Dark program will be announced soon.