Surrey Music Festival FVDED in the Park Cancelled, Refunds Issued

FVDED in the Park, a Surrey-based music festival, will no longer take place after organizers cancelled the event. It has been running since 2015.

jack harlow performing live

jack harlow performing live

jack harlow performing live

FVDED in the Park, a Surrey-based music festival, will no longer take place after organizers cancelled the event.

Jack Harlow and Odesza were set to headline. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Bia, Ferg, Metro Boomin, and Ski Mask the Slump God were also on the bill.

“It is with heavy hearts that the FVDED family announces the cancellation of FVDED in the Park 2023,” the website’s home page reads. “The decision was not made lightly, but given the difficulties we’re currently facing, it was deemed the best course of action for this year.”

Refunds will be automatically processed.

FVDED in the Park first began in 2015 and hosted artists like The Weeknd, Travis Scott, and French Montana since its inception.

The festival’s statement was also uncertain about its future with no confirmation that it might return in the future.

“For the near future, FVDED will be on pause as we plan what’s next. We could not be more thankful for all the amazing experiences and memories we shared together at Holland Park. Blueprint lives to serve our community and you can guarantee we’ll come back with new ideas and concepts for our beautiful city and province.”

Jack Harlow is still set to headline Montreal’s Metro Metro festival.

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