MUSIC: Daily lineup announced for Surrey’s FVDED in the Park

SURREY — The daily lineup for this summer’s FVDED in the Park was released Tuesday (April 21), and includes the addition of Excision, Borgore, Ty Dolla $ign and HUMANS to the artist lineup.

The all-ages event will take place at Surrey’s Holland Park on July 3 and 4. Headliners are deadmau5 and The Weeknd.

Single-day general-admission passes will go on sale Thursday, April 23 at 11 a.m (prices and more details at Fvdedinthepark.com). Two-day general-admission festival passes and 19+ VIP area passes are on sale now.

The artist lineup on Friday, July 3 includes deadmau5, Tyler, The Creator, Flosstradamus, Danny Brown, Chuckie, Pete Tong, Claude VonStroke, Tommy Kruise, Destructo and Haywyre.

On Saturday, July 4, the lineup will be The Weeknd, Afrojack, Excision, The Chainsmokers, Borgore, Ty Dolla $ign, Vic Mensa, TOKiMONSTA, Keys N Krates, Stwo, Botnek, HUMANS, Thugli and Flipout.

See also: "Deadmau5 headlining electronic music fest at Surrey’s Holland Park this summer," story from March 18. 

  

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