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    CRSSD Fest Returns In Fall 2018 With An Incredible Lineup


    Ozclubbers Staff

    San Diego’s premiere electronic music festival CRSSD is returning this Fall with another incredible lineup mixing the likes of live electronic, techno, disco, and everything in between.

    Cover photo Eric Scire


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    This time around we have the CRSSD veterans Duke Dumont and Bob Moses headlining the main stage both nights with runner-ups Marian Hill, Sofi Tukker, and Future Classic‘s Flight Facilities and Hayden James. If you’re a fan of Empire of the Sun then you won’t want to miss Pnau‘s performance as he is 1/2 of Empire, a group that smashed it with their headlining performance in the Spring.

    The Palms also crushes it this year with some heavy B2Bs including Anti-Up (Chris Lake and Chris Lorenzo), AC Slater B2B Jack Beats, and Cut Snake B2B Ardalan. We are also hyped to catch Dillon Nathaniel making his CRSSD debut as well as the funky sounds of Euføeni and Flamingosis.



    Let us not forget the amazing times that is brought by City Steps, the reigning floor of techno for the weekend. Legendary tech-queen Nina Kraviz and all-time house god John Digweed look like the suspect headliners for that stage. Other notable acts are Pig&Dan, Yotto, and Guy J B2B Jeremy Olander.

    Overall CRSSD looks like it’s shaping up to be a bumpin’ weekend.


    For more information please visit:

    http://crssdfest.com/

    Source: Daily-Beat

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