Headed to CRSSD Festival This Weekend? Check Out Our Top 5 "Must See" Acts You Won't Want To Miss

CRSSD is a Spring/Fall, 21+ festival that has taken place at the Waterfront Park, on the Bay of San Diego since its debut in Spring of 2015. Known for its top talent across a wide range of electronic music genres, a beautiful backdrop and good vibes, CRSSD is gearing up to be a festival you won't want to miss this weekend. Check out our top 5 "Must See" Acts below:

Rufus Du Sol

Australian indie-electronic trio Rufus Du Sol have earned themselves a much deserving headlining slot on Saturday night's lineup. Rufus Du Sol have become a fast growing powerhouse in the electronic music world and sell out just about every room they play. Recently named the "Best Live Act" at the inaugural Electronic Music Awards last week, Rufus Du Sol is one talented feel good dance act you won't want to miss.

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Cut Copy  

The new release of Cut Copy's fifth album, Haiku from Zero, lines up at the perfect time for their CRSSD performance on Sunday evening. The Aussie synth quartet have been around since 2001 and have mastered the skill of knowing how to get a crowd moving and full of energy. Big hits like "Hearts on Fire" and "Lights and Music" are to be sure highlights during their 45 minute sunset set. 



Hailing from the City of Angels, Elohim whose voice is that of angels, has been hitting the 2017 festival circuit hard and touring all across the country. With her debut in just 2015, Elohim has been making a name for herself in the electronic music scene and whose vocals have been heard on many songs such as Louis the Child's hit song, "Love is Alive". Elohim is a star on the rise whose set is surely one to catch. 



Ethan Snoreck, known as Whethan, is a Chicago based producer who gained early attention from the likes of Skrillex and Flux Pavilion before he was even 18 years old. His remix of the track "XE3" by Mssingno, which as of September 2017 has garnered over 9 million plays on SoundCloud was his starting platform to his now successful list of original hits. Whethan often incorporates a mix of indie future synths with electro-pop in his songs that you can't help but move and have a great time to. 


Mura Masa 

Known by his stage name of Mura Masa, electronic producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Alex Crossan hails from the Channel Island of Guernsey located between England and France. Mura Masa just released his self titled debut album this past July featuring big name acts like Christine and the Queens, Charli XcX, and A$AP Rocky. Headlining the iconic, Wiltern Theater the Friday before his CRSSD festival debut, Mura Masa is another buzzing up and coming electronic act that you will want to check out this weekend. 

Don't have a ticket yet? You can still get your 2-day pass for only $155 on crssdfest.com.