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Disclosure, Dusky, Justin Martin, and More to Inaugurate SoCal’s New Groundwater Festival

The two-day event will take place October 29 and 30.

by Krystal Rodriguez
Sep 9 2016, 8:00pm

Petco Park. Photo via Wikimedia Commons

A new electronic music festival is coming to Southern California. Groundwater, founded by FNGRS CRSSD—the local crew behind CRSSD—debuts the weekend of October 29 and 30 inside San Diego's Petco Park, just outside centerfield.

Like its CRSSD cousin, the 21+ weekender looks to be a showcase of smooth, soulful, and funky house music. Brother-duo Disclosure, Dirtybird's right-hand man Justin Martin, and new-album-wielding twosome Dusky head the bill; with other acts including sound shaman Damian Lazarus, Lane 8, special guest Hannah Wants, fast-rising locals Lee K and Klatch, and Infinity Ink (live). View the full lineup below. Pre- and post-parties are soon to be announced.

San Diego is quickly becoming a hot spot for traditional house and techno sounds as ripe and balmy as the perpetually sunny Southern California weather. Just weeks before Groundwater kicks off, CRSSD returns with its biannual festival starring Zhu, Thomas Jack, Lee Burridge, Bonobo, Maya Jane Coles, Claptone, and more.

For Groundwater tickets, head to the official website.