CRSSD Festival Announces Spring 2023 Lineup Featuring ODESZA and Lane 8

CRSSD is returning to San Diego’s Waterfront Park this March, and the lineup featuring ODESZA, Polo & Pan, and Deborah de Luca was just revealed.

CRSSD Festival has established itself as one of the premier house and techno events in North America. It’s returning to downtown San Diego from March 4-5, 2023, and the first and second phases of the CRSSD lineup are out now.

The headliners for the Spring 2023 edition of CRSSD Festival are ODESZA, Polo & Pan, Bedouin, Kavinsky, Deborah de Luca, Maya Jane Coles, and Umek. CRSSD promises to add even more artists to their 2023 lineup leading up to the festival. [Update] The CRSSD phase two lineup includes Gioli & Assia, Tom & Collins, Neil Frances, Chase West, Ken Ishii, and more.

CRSSD Festival 2-day tickets are sold out, but limited single day CRSSD tickets are on sale February 10.

The CRSSD Festival lineup includes a mix of both live electronic music performances and world-class DJ talent.

The Ocean View stage hosts the festival’s live performers, with massive names like ODESZA, Lane 8, and Polo & Pan being the main attractions this year. English pop sensation Becky Hill is a unique addition to the lineup, while other artists set to take the main stage include Channel Tres, Phantoms, Biig Piig, and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.

The Palms stage is focused on house music and world-class electronic music sounds.

Headlining the Palms stage are Bedouin and Kavinsky, with other artists like Mall Grab, Ben Sterling, Jackmaster, and Purple Disco Machine also making appearances. Seth Troxler will perform with Eats Everything for a genre-bending b2b. KETTAMA and Chaos in the CBD, respectively from Ireland and New Zealand, are two can’t-miss performances.

CRSSD Festival is already announcing its lineup by stage, and the City Steps stage hosts techno and underground sounds.

There are some truly impressive names set to play at City Steps, including Deborah De Luca, Maya Jane Coles, and Umek. Anfisa Letyago (Italy), Sama’ Abdulhadi (Palestine), and Amémé (West Africa) will all bring their unique styles of electronic music to San Diego for a weekend. Popof and Space 92 are performing as ‘Turbulences’, a joint project also coming to Ultra Music Festival later in March.

CRSSD After Dark programming will be announced soon, and more artists will be added to the Spring 2023 lineup.

FNGRS CRSSD throws several CRSSD events in the San Diego area every year, and their namesake festival is celebrated every March. CRSSD Festival is up there with Movement Detroit and ARC Music Festival as the go-to house and techno fests in North America, and CRSSD will be the first to keep that legacy going in 2023.

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