Oceanview’s live performances are rounded out by Detroit house icon Kevin Saunderson and vocalist Paris Grey’s collaborative project Inner City, the OVO signed pair Madjid Jordan, American dance-rockers The Rapture, Belgian powerhouse pioneers Soulwax, Israeli techno punk upstarts Red Axes, rapidly rising star Pluko, and the dramatic pop of Evan Giia and iconic downtempo act Télépopmusik.
The Palms Stage is CRSSD’s home of house music. Led by local favorite Chris Lake, Grammy-nominated and Purified Records founder Nora en Pure. French touch is also well represented here with a special back to back between 2manydjs and Brodinski, Étienne de Crécy, French Express founder Perseus and Club Cheval’s Myd. Disco and upbeat house will be showcased by Purple Disco Machine, while Patrick Topping will mine deeper house vibes. London’s Prospa explores more off kilter sounds, while PAX are sure to bring the energy.
Techno underneath an administrative building isn’t something you’d typically imagine in America, but that’s what the dramatic City Steps stage offers. A first time performance from the iconic Carl Cox anchors the stage. Belgium’s Charlotte de Witte returns, along with London born Dax J. Exploring more melodic sound palettes will be the legendary progressive duo Hernan Cattaneo B2B Nick Warren and Ben Böhmer live. While Monki, I Hate Models, Radio Slave, Lee K and Kudeki round out the stage’s techno representation.
CRSSD is located at Waterfront Park, just minutes away from the Amtrak station. CRSSD’s grassy haven is complete with picturesque sunsets, splash friendly fountains, and three waterfront stages. CRSSD also offers craft beer, gourmet food vendors, and a full mixology program. CRSSD is a 21+ festival.
Tickets On Sale Tuesday, December 10th