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Cashmere Cat at LIB Fest 2016
Cashmere Cat at LIB Fest 2016
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CRSSD Festival Reveals Phase I Lineup for Fall 2016

FNGRS CRSSD had its grand reveal of the Phase I lineup for San Diego’s CRSSD Festival’s Fall 2016 edition. On October 1 and 2, the 21+ festival will take place in downtown San Diego at the picturesque Waterfront Park.

Festival guests will experience beautiful sunset views, an open grass space and water fountains to cool off in, providing the perfect setting to boogie on to the carefully curated lineup.

Catering to the non-raver type attendees, festival organizers have carefully curated an electronic lineup that highlights live performances on the main stage and a mixture of underground house, techno and music’s most in-demand DJs on the other two stages.

This year’s festival features many CRSSD veterans as well as new acts like: Miike Snow, ZHU, Bonobo, Thomas Jack, Trippy Turtle, Malaa, Cashmere Cat, Lido, Flight Facilities, Ta-Ku, Brodinski, FJK, Destructo, b2b, Busy P, Shiba San and many more.

CRSSD Festival also features locally curated food and craft beer vendors from some of San Diego’s finest restaurants and bars.

Once the festival ends, CRSSD After Dark is in full effect, where DJs perform at different venues and clubs throughout the city to keep the dance party going. (Stay tuned).

Tickets are now available and range between $125-165. Check out CRSSDFest.com for updates more information.

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Victoria Kobayashi

Victoria Kobayashi

Victoria is a music and arts contributor reporting on live events and festivals happening throughout California. She was born and raised in Sacramento and recently graduated from the University of California, Davis, majoring in Design and minoring in Professional Writing. Her hobbies include browsing through fashion blogs, photography, listening to new music, thrift store shopping and going on weekend road trips. She's always down for an adventure and meeting new people.

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