The CRSSD Fest 2017 lineup for the spring dropped on Tuesday, and it might be the San Diego festival’s best yet.
Ascending to legitimate headliner status early in 2017 is Aussie electronic producer Flume. He will headline the festival along with Duke Dumont, but the festival’s strength may come from its beefy undercard. The fest takes place March 4 and 5 at Waterfront Park and is 21-and-over.
Also featured are Bob Moses, AlunaGeorge, Snakehips, 2ManyDJs, Justin Martin, Lane 8, Giraffage, Jerry Folk, and Damian Lazarus. Another interesting booking is Billie Eilish, a teenage pop singer in the vein of Lana Del Rey who just kicked off her career over the past year. Blood Orange was supposed to appear but announced in early February he had to cancel his performance.
On January 13, CRSSD added the following artists to the lineup: Cassy, Claude Vonstroke, Detlef, Heidi, Latmun, Mija, Moon Boots, and Point Point.
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, December 27 at 12 noon Pacific Time. Tickets are currently priced at $155. Single day tickets go on sale Friday, February 10 for $80.00.