CRSSD Festival Announces First Wave of 2021 Lineup

CRSSD Festival will make its long-awaited return to San Diego’s Waterfront Park September 25-26, unveiling its phase one lineup for the fall edition. Topping the bill of dance music innovators are Grammy winner KAYTRANADA, Zhu, Paul Kalkbrenner, Flying Lotus, Boyz Noize, and Jon Hopkins among others.



Joining them will be Tiga and Hudson Mohawke, who will present the U.S. live debut of their rave-inspired LOVE MINUS ZERO project, Detroit’s finest Carl Craig and Moodymann, and East Coast house and club pioneers Mood II Swing, Todd Terry. and the revered Kerri Chandler. CRSSD will also feature three of house music’s biggest current underground stars in Hot Since 82, Jamie Jones, and CamelPhat. The event will also host a performance from the South Korean multi-hyphenate DJ, producer, and vocalist Park Hye Jin.


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Techno will be well represented from around the globe with a very rare West Coast set by icon Sven Väth as well as the incendiary ANNA and Paula Temple, Italian Max Kobosil, and Detroit’s Robert Hood. There will also be notable house sets from Kölsch, Dennis Ferrer B2B Cassy, Rinse FM, tastemaker T.Williams, and South African trumpeter and producer Kareem Ali.

Since its launch in 2015, CRSSD has sought to showcase the subversive stars and strains of dance music as well as highlight live electronic artists. The festival makes sure to give prime slots to rising talent while securing rare West Coast performances from iconic artists. The urban oasis of Waterfront Park, with its grassy lawns, fountains and brilliant sunsets, offers attendees an entrancing city-center location with plenty of gourmet food, craft beer, and local vendors on hand.


CRSSD is a 21+ festival with pre-sale tickets available on Tuesday, July 13, at 11 a.m. PT.  Sales to the general public will be available on Wednesday,  July  14, at 11 a.m. PT.  To RSVP, go to . Click on the links below for more information and how to purchase tickets. 


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