FNGRS CRSSD Drops Lineup for DAY MVS in the Park 2021

DAY MVS in the Park 2019
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Claude VonStroke, Sonny Fodera, Vintage Culture, and more will be heading to San Diego this December for DAY MVS in the Park!

FNGRS CRSSD has emerged from the pandemic in style with countless shows for house and techno lovers in SoCal to flock to each month. Not only has their beloved CRSSD Festival returned with gusto, but they’ve also delivered a hearty offering of other showcases including DAY MVS XL, FRGHT MVS, and CRSSD Beach – and now they’re back with another heater of a lineup for DAY MVS in the Park.

Set to take place on Saturday, December 11 at The Park at Petco Park, DAY MVS in the Park carries on with FNGRS CRSSD’s history of bringing stacked lineups to San Diego. Headlining the show will be none other than Dirtybird’s own Claude VonStroke, but if you thought the list would get any less talented from there you’d be kidding yourself. Joining in on the fun are Sonny Fodera, John Summit, and Vintage Culture, who have all had massive years in 2021 so far with stunning releases and performances. And rounding out the list of artists are two favorites of the Dirtybird flock, Steve Darko and Nala.

Related: Want to get a taste of what DAY MVS is all about? Check out our review of their recent XL edition this past summer!

Pre-sale tickets for DAY MVS in the Park are available for those who attended DAY MVS XL, FRGHT MVS, and previous DAY MVS in the Park editions and will go on sale November 11 at 11am PT. The general sale will begin on November 12 at 11am PT for all remaining tickets. Head over to their website for more details.

DAY MVS in the Park 2021 – Lineup:

DAY MVS in the Park 2021 – Lineup By Artist:

  • Claude VonStroke
  • Sonny Fodera
  • John Summit
  • Vintage Culture (Sunset Set)
  • Steve Darko
  • Nala

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