How to Make the Best of CRSSD Fest Spring 2023

February 16, 2023 -

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Are you looking forward to springtime? We definitely are because it means CRSSD is back. The event takes place March 4th & 5th with a spectacular lineup. Boasting names like Odesza, Maya Jane Coles and Kavinsky, to name a few. We're excited to head back to San Diego and enjoy the beautiful sights and sounds of Waterfront Park.

Must see CRSSD acts this spring...

CRSSD never fails to bring us our favorite acts along with some great new artists we know we'll fall in love with. At the top of our list of must see acts we have Polo & Pan, Lane 8, Sama Abdulhadi and Becky Hill. And with such variety in performances we can guarantee you'll have a great time wherever you end up. See the full lineup below and our pre-event coverage here.

Dining and Accommodation

Beyond the music CRSSD remains one of the best festivals for all you food lovers out there. Featuring the best vendors from Southern California, there's always something for everyone. Get ready to enjoy great music while you chow down on some great eats. And don't worry if you're vegetarian or vegan, CRSSD has you covered. Oh and CRSSD accommodates outside food so long as its accompanied by a doctors note.

If you're from out of town, be sure to book a hotel or AirBnb soon as they will sell out. The San Diego Tourism Authority has a great resource you can check out here.

A few important reminders:

- Leave the smokes at home - Waterfront Park is a 100% smoke-free zone.

- We're here for the music - Fan-clacking can take away from that, so please be respectful on the dance floor.

- Save the rave attire for EDC and LIB - Rave equipment (totems, flow gear) is not allowed.

We're a few weeks away from another unforgettable weekend in San Diego. We'll see you there.

P.S. - In the meantime, enjoy our CRSSD Spring '23 Spotify Playlist below.

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