Coronavirus

San Diego's CRSSD Festival Reveals Two Attendees Had Coronavirus

generic-crowd-concert-stock-2020-billboard-u-1548-1584646498
rrvachov/Getty images

San Diego's CRSSD Festival took to social media Wednesday to announce that two people who attended the festival have tested positive for coronavirus.

The festival, which featured headlining sets from Gesaffelstein and Rüfüs Du Sol, said the cases were confirmed by local health officials on Tuesday night and that the individuals are believed to have contracted the virus prior to the festival.

CRSSD said in the post that all of this year's attendees have been informed of the news directly.

The two-day electronic music festival welcomes roughly 15,000 guests each day to the Waterfront Park in San Diego, California.

Organizers for the event have been asked to direct fans who attended the festival to www.coronavirus-sd.com for the latest information. Festivalgoers can also reach out to CRSSD directly at Crssd@Crssd.com for more information.

Check out CRSSD's full statement below.

Crssd CommunityWe've been monitoring rumors since they surfaced, and last night it was finally confirmed to us by...

Posted by CRSSD festival on Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Coronavirus


THE BILLBOARD BIZ
SUBSCRIBER EXPERIENCE

The Biz premium subscriber content has moved to Billboard.com/business.


To simplify subscriber access, we have temporarily disabled the password requirement.