CRSSD Festival Announces 2016 Lineup With Odesza, Chet Faker and Loco Dice

Odesza
Odesza
Photo by Tonje Thilesen

[Update Tuesday, Feb. 2: CRSSD announced additional performers today, including Damian Lazarus, Ryan Hemsworth, Cirez D and Jon Hopkins. The full lineup and flyer below have been updated to reflect the changes.]

CRSSD, the San Diego music festival that debuted last spring with a stacked lineup of DJs and electronic-leaning live acts, has announced the lineup for its third installment, following a successful return to its Waterfront Park location last October. Once again, festival organizers have steered clear of the usual EDM suspects and curated a solid slate of genre-defying artists, led by Odesza, Chet Faker and Dirtybird label boss Claude VonStroke.

Other highlights of the March 5 and 6 festival include legendary DJ/producers Loco Dice, Tiga and Green Velvet, Berlin techno/deep house duo Tale of Us, and Bay Area ambient/electrogaze star Tycho. Attendees can also look forward to a DJ set by French techno star Gesaffelstein (whose live set at Coachella was one of our favorite shows of 2015) and both live and DJ sets by British house/garage duo Gorgon City. The full lineup is listed alphabetically below.

Besides the music, CRSSD Fest also features a laid-back vibe, gorgeous oceanfront setting, and a refreshingly kandi-and-furry-boot-free crowd. You can read our review of the inaugural CRSSD here.

Tickets for the 21-and-over festival are already on sale at crssdfest.com.

Adriatique
Ardalan
Ben UFO
Bondax
Cassian
Chet Faker
Cirez D
Claude VonStroke
Colour Vision
Damian Lazarus
Gesaffelstein (DJ Set)
Gorgon City (DJ Set)
Gorgon City (live)
Green Velvet
Gryffin
Hi-Lo
Hot Since 82
J.Phlip
Jamie Jones
Jeremy Olander
Jon Hopkins
Julio Bashmore
Kidnap Kid
Lane 8
Lee Foss
Lee K
Loco Dice
Odesza
Poolside
Rezz
Ryan Hemsworth
Sacha Robotti
Sam Gellaitry
Skream
Skyler Spence
Tale of Us
Tiga
Tom Trago
Tycho
Walker & Royce
Will Clarke


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