FACES & PLACES: CRSSD Music Festival Enlivens Waterfront Park

Two-day electronic music festival brings three stages and three dozen performers to downtown San Diego

CRSSD Festival has become a colorful, annual pre-springtime happening.

The two-day music festival opens on Saturday, March 4 and restarts the following day. Three stages and more than three dozen acts will bring electronic, dance music, techno and indie rock artists to downtown San Diego’s Waterfront Park.

Gates open at noon on both days. Saturday’s cutoff is 11 p.m. Music goes to 10 p.m. on Sunday.

CRSSD Festival regularly draws a capacity crowd of 15,000.

Featured artists include Odesza, Polo and Pan, Bedouin, Kavinsky, Anfisa Letyago, Purple Disco Machine and Deborah de Luca.

For tickets to Sunday’s shows, go to CRSSD.

San Diego Sun photographer Sal Giametta was at Waterfront Park on Saturday to capture the scene:



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