FVDED in the Park 2023: Vancouver music festival canceled

Metro Vancouver has one less music festival.

FVDED in the Park announced on Thursday, March 2 that the multi-day concert would not return this year.

The news comes several months after another popular summer music festival – the Vancouver Folk Music Festival – canceled its 2023 schedule.

“The decision was not made lightly,” reads an announcement on the FVDED festival’s website. “Given the difficulties we are currently facing, this was deemed the best course of action for this year.”

Since 2015, FVDED in the Park brings together locals and some of the world’s biggest artists in Surrey’s Holland Park, including artists such as Tory Lanez, French Montana, The Chainsmokers and Wiz Khalifa.

This year, FVDED in the Park was scheduled to take place June 23–24, with Jack Harlow and Odessa as headliners.

Now, the music festival is taking a break to plan for its future.

“We couldn’t be more grateful for all the wonderful experiences and memories we’ve shared together,” says Festival. “You can guarantee we will come back with new ideas and concepts for our beautiful city and province.”

Those who have already purchased tickets for this year’s festival will automatically be given a full refund.

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