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CRSSD Fest Fall 2018 Phase 2 Lineup Includes Louis The Child, Will Clarke, Mija + More

America's Finest City is gearing up for its premiere biannual music festival set to take place next month. CRSSD Festival will arrive on the shores of San Diego Bay in September for two days of some of the best names in house and techno. The growing event already has a stacked lineup which includes names like Duke Dumont, AC Slater, Jack Beats, Claptone, John Digweed, Pnau, Dillon Nathaniel, Cut Snake, Autograf and Yotto.

Today, phase two of that lineup was revealed and CRSSD has added even more talented artists ready to grace the three stages that this waterfront venue hosts. Those names include Will Clarke, Louis The Child, Mija, Oliver, Dateless, and Big Wild to name a few.

The festival grounds feature water splash areas, gardens, picnic areas and public art all overlooking the beautiful San Diego Bay and its skyline which makes it an ideal setting for a music festival. The 21 and over age limit and beer options, along with two days of great house music make this festival a MUST DO for any EDM lover.

CRSSD Festival's Fall 2018 event will take place September 29th and 30th at Waterfront Park in Downtown San Diego. Tickets are on sale now, get yours HERE!

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