CRSSD festival promises vibes and smiles with stacked lineup for spring 2023

Hidden in plain sight in downtown San Diego is Waterfront Park. Twice a year, this urban gem becomes a paradise of melodic beats, house vibes and bright smiles. Surrounded by sea and palm trees, the CRSSD Festival finds itself an oasis for fresh sounds and sound lovers, and they have released their Spring 2023 lineup!

Credit: CRSSD Festival website

With past artists such as Glass Animals, ZHU, Girrafage and Empire Of The Sun, as well as more underground artists such as PAX and Tinlicker, and Odesza local favorites, CRSSD has a reputation for providing top notch music. Presenting a softer genre than its local cousins ​​Insomniac and Hard festivals, FNGRS CRSSD fills a trickier niche in the SoCal festival family with CRSSD.

Rather than intense drops and hyper distressed electronics, the CRSSD festival vocals are more in line with the vibes of Above and Beyond. Gorge weekend. With an age restriction of 21 and over, CRSSD invites a refined yet eclectic atmosphere. The festival prides itself on being just that: a festival, not a rave.

This year, the CRSSD will see artists such as Deborah De Luca and Bedouin, as well as the return of Lane 8 and Seattle ODESZA. And don’t worry about finding something to keep your interest alive at CRSSD, featuring three stages, this festival is sure to have something for everyone.

at night, a group of people loom in the light of a food cart.  Smoke or steam rises in the background.

CRSSD Festival is sure to provide a wide range of catering options. Credit: “FreeImages”

True to the tradition of the festival, the CRSSD does not lack food. A hunger at the CRSSD? Venture no further than the many food stalls. Offering a variety of dining options from pizza and gyros to tacos and vegans, CRSSD festivals are fully catered for every craving. A large selection of bars offers local beers, which will delight lovers of breweries. Just make sure you have transportation!

There is no camping at the CRSSD, so be sure to book your hotel early! Parking at the site itself is also a struggle. This is downtown San Diego, after all. Fortunately, San Diego has a number of hotels, Airbnbs, and group lodging options. You can look for accommodation nearby here. It is strongly recommended that you find accommodation close to the site and walk, as parking can be difficult, but there are also a limited number of paid parking options. Be sure to study them when calculating the cost of your tickets.

bright red and blue stage lights highlight the ODESZA duo as fans dance.

Slated to headline CRSSD Fest this spring, Seattle-based duo ODESZA hails. Credit: “Rukes”

You can’t stop, you don’t want to stop? The CRSSD festival has afterparties in the night, for revelers who need a little more. Admission for these prizes usually varies depending on the stage. The after party performers might surprise you. Be sure to grab a few tickets when you buy them for the main event.

CRSSD tickets are now on sale for the festival dates March 4 and 5. You can enter here. The CRSSD takes place every two years, in the spring and in the fall. Many people go to both, so if once is never enough or you can’t wait for festival season, you’ll be here before you know it! The CRSSD forecast looks like beautiful skies and incredible vibes.

Bring tons of sunscreen and get ready for a weekend of dancing under beautiful sunsets at the CRSSD Festival in San Diego!

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