Photo Gallery: Fvded In The Park 2022 @ Holland Park (Surrey, BC)

FVDED has returned to Holland Park! We had a great time this past weekend and we hope everyone made some safe, well-hydrated memories! Here are a few photos of our favorite moments that we hope you enjoy.

Miko.So & Musubi

We’ve enjoyed seeing Miko.So before – is it really FVDED if she isn’t opening the main stage? – and we hope she gets to threepeat next year! Not bad for *checks notes* a 13 year old out of Fleetwood. Incredible. Crowd-pleaser Musubi spends a lot of time at her Vancouver residency and we’re glad she found some time to get the audience moving on the FVDED main stage on Day 1!

Snotty Nose Rez Kids

…and in this corner, hailing from Kitamaat Village, British Columbia: First Nations hip hop duo and catwalk dominating bad asses, the Snotty Nose Rez Kids! Ding ding ding! They win.

070 Shake

American rapper and singer 070 Shake (member of the musical collective 070), has worked with everyone from Kanye to Pusha T and Nas. You crushed your set, Shake!


Nominated for two Junos this year – “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” and “Fan Choice” – 347aidan came at the main stage HARD for his set, doing handstands and getting people up against the barriers for the first time that afternoon.

Yung Gravy

FVDED called, and Yung Gravy answered! Booked only the day before – he joked that his team got the call while he was preparing to perform at the Calgary Stampede Friday night – Yung Gravy put on a breakfast cereal-rich show, replacing artists unable to make it into Canada for their scheduled appearances. Also: stop throwing around Froot Loops! Do you want ants? Because that’s how you get ants!

Moore Kismet

DJ, Songwriter, and Music Producer, Moore Kismet was by far the most engaging and energetic DJ of the afternoon. So deserving of a MUCH later slot in the lineup – let more people get in for this incredible show!

Yurie & Whipped Cream

Yurie is another proud Canadian and resident DJ at Vancouver hotspots Celebrities and Fortune Sound Club, although you’ll remember her as the DJ who tore up the Northwest Stage Friday afternoon! Born in Toronto, raised on Vancouver Island, but living her best life in the tent! Whipped Cream brought the bass and the energy, spending much of her set climbing on top of her equipment.


If SAINt JHN came out and only played “Roses” over and over, would the crowd have still lost their absolute shit? Probably.

Rick Ross

Rosé! Sorry, that was unprofessional. Let us start again. M-M-M-M-Maybach Music? Perfect.

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