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FNGRS CRSSD Unveils Eclectic Lineup Of Legends And Newcomers For CRSSD Spring 2024

San Diego’s FNGRS CRSSD has just unveiled the lineup for their Spring 2024 CRSSD Festival, returning to the city’s downtown Waterfront Park on March 2 and 3, 2024.

Spread across three thoughtfully curated stages on the sun-soaked California Coast, CRSSD’s Spring 2024 lineup blends a variety of different genres and eras of electronic music.

The festival’s Ocean View stage will play host to visually and sonically compelling melodic duo Tale Of Us, Grammy-winning South African house producer Black Coffee and renowned experimental electronic band WhoMadeWho.

CRSSD’s Palm’s stage, an oasis for house music and non-stop party atmosphere, will be headlined by classic house legend Armand Van Helden and high-energy Brazilian star Mochakk, with even more revered performances from the likes of Innervisions boss Dixon, Astra Club (DJ Tennis B2B Carlita), Loco Dice B2B Nic Fanciulli and UK garage don Sammy Virji.

Rising French producer TRYM will anchor CRSSD’s techno-focused City Steps stage, where he is set to meld the sounds of warehouse techno and hard dance, alongside further performances from storied techno architects Richie Hawtin and Jeff Mills. The festival’s impressive techno offerings continue with Joris Voorn and a heart-racing back-to-back from Héctor Oaks and Tiga.

Check out the complete CRSSD Spring 2024 lineup below. Even more acts will be announced at a later date.

CRSSD Festival will once again feature a variety of hand-selected food vendors and immersive decor and stage designs, as well as interactive programming like the unique CRSSD Lab music-tech lounge and an on-site vinyl market, making the event a “quintessential” West Coast electronic music experience.

General on-sale for CRSSD Spring 2024 will begin this Friday, January 12 at 12PM PT. All tickets will be available via CRSSD’s official website. Fans can text “SPRING24” to (855) 912-1457 to gain pre-sale access.

Featured image from CRSSD Festival. Credit: Izzy Hassan Di-Gruccio.

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Peter Volpe

Journalism student at The Ohio State University with a passion for culture and fat basslines.

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