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FUTURE

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FUTURE

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Known for a uniquely fluid and melodic yet mumbling vocal style, rapper Future busted out of Atlanta at the dawn of the 2010s with a flurry of mixtapes, high-charting albums, certified platinum singles such as "Turn on the Lights" and "Low Life," and contributions to several other hits as a featured artist. Born Nayvadius Wilburn, he grew up in his city's Zone 6 section with roots in the ATL's Dungeon Family, who dubbed him "the Future." Mentored by cousin and fellow Dungeon Family member Rico Wade of the revered Organized Noize, Future released his first mixtapes in 2010 and early 2011, which left him poised for a mainstream breakthrough.

KYGO

Day 2 - Saturday

KYGO

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Kygo (born Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll in Bergen, Norway) broke through with a sound termed "tropical house" that tended to be brighter and more relaxed than that of his commercial dance music contemporaries. In 2013, the Avicii-inspired producer and DJ reached number one on Norway's VG-lista chart with his slow-galloping remix of Seinabo Sey's "Younger." He gained additional attention through remixes of Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing" and Ed Sheeran's "I See Fire."

KASKADE

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KASKADE

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Grammy-nominated electronic producer Kaskade emerged as one of the most successful American progressive house DJs of the 2000s, pioneering the concept of Las Vegas residencies and selling out arenas across America. Born Ryan Gary Raddon in Chicago, he spent his early days not only as a DJ, but also as an A&R director and record store owner. In the late '90s, he familiarized himself with the rapidly changing electronic music scene, eventually finding that house music was the subgenre he loved best.

FERG

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FERG

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A founding member of Harlem's A$AP Mob (Always Strive and Prosper), Ferg was initially the group's main clothing designer, but after teaming with Mob member A$AP Rocky he became one of the crew's breakout rappers. While Ferg and Rocky were originally planned to be the crew's Mobb Deep-like duo, they found more success as solo artists, beginning with Rocky and his series of 2012 mixtapes. Ferg's big break came that same year when his track "Work" landed as the key cut on A$AP Mob's Lords Never Worry mixtape. The announcement that Ferg signed with RCA came in early 2013 and was followed by an all-star remix of "Work," with Trinidad James, French Montana, and ScHoolboy Q added to the cut. Ferg's "Persian Wine" single landed that same year, along with his solo album Trap Lord.

KEHLANI

Day 2 - Saturday

KEHLANI

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Contemporary R&B singer and songwriter Kehlani Parrish studied ballet and modern dance at the Oakland School for the Arts. An injury prompted a move to OSA's music department, where she blossomed as a vocalist. During eighth grade, she joined Poplyfe, a band that competed on America's Got Talent during the program's sixth season. Following an affable performance of Travie McCoy's "Billionaire," judge Piers Morgan noted that he thought Kehlani, the frontperson, could be successful without the band. While Kehlani brushed the notion aside, she eventually went solo and presented herself as a slightly younger, more down-to-earth alternative to contemporary R&B artists like Jhené Aiko.

ILLENIUM

Day 2 - Saturday

ILLENIUM

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Illenium is the recording alias of Nicholas Miller, a producer and DJ who brings unabashed sentimentality and melodicism to festival-ready dubstep and trap. Originally from San Francisco, Miller began producing electronic music in 2008 and moved to Denver in 2013, where he performed and released music as Illenium. His self-titled debut EP appeared on Los Angeles-based Prep School Recordings that year, followed by Risen in early 2014. The releases were well-received within the EDM community, and Miller released additional singles in addition to remixing songs by ODESZA, Dawn Golden, Oh Wonder, and others.

He's performed at festivals including Decadence NYE and Global Dance Festival, in addition to solo tours. His single "I'll Be Your Reason" was released by Nest (a sub-label of Skrillex's OWSLA label) in 2015, and his full-length debut, Ashes, appeared in early 2016 on Seeking Blue. In 2017, Illenium returned with his second full-length album, Awake, which peaked at number seven on the Billboard dance charts.

BROCKHAMPTON

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BROCKHAMPTON

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A left-field act whose material ranges from ominous posse cuts to light R&B ballads, BROCKHAMPTON prefer "all-American boy band" to "rap group" as a designation. The first lineup took shape on New Year's Day 2015 in San Marcos, Texas, and by the end of the year the band prevailed as winners of the VFILES Loud! talent search. This enabled them to issue the single "Dirt" via Fool's Gold, after which they self-released the mixtape All American Trash in March of 2016.



Their widely distributed full-length effort, Saturation, arrived in March 2017 and featured the input of members Kevin Abstract (Ian Simpson), Matt Champion, Romil Hemnani, JOBA (Russell Boring), Dom McLennon (Dominique Simpson), Ameer Vann, and Merlyn Wood (William Wood). BROCKHAMPTON swiftly followed up with Saturation's sequel -- Saturation II -- later that summer. That winter, the boys issued their third effort of the year, Saturation III.

REZZ

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REZZ

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Rezz is the moniker of Isabelle Rezazadeh, a Canadian DJ/producer from Niagara Falls, Ontario. Born and raised in the Ukraine by her Ukrainian mother and Iranian father, she and her family moved to Canada at an early age. She also discovered music at an early age, and fell in love with EDM when she snuck into Toronto nightclubs while still in her teens. Rezazadeh began DJ'ing at age 16 and moved into making her own dark, minimal-inspired productions soon after, teaching herself the basics with online tutorials.

NAV

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NAV

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Punjabi-Canadian hip-hop recording artist NAV (aka Navraj Goraya) had his first taste of fame when reality TV star Kylie Jenner posted a Snapchat video of herself singing along to his song "Myself." The mysterious star had been steadily building a large following through a string of releases via his SoundCloud account, beginning in 2015 with "Take Me Simple."

Along with the Jenner endorsement, NAV accumulated a number of high-profile connections that propelled his career forward. In January 2016, his track "Take Me Simple" was featured on fellow Canadian Drake's OVO Sound Radio on Beats 1, and later that same year he appeared on -- and in the video for -- hip-hop star Travis Scott's single "Beibs in the Trap." With his profile steadily increasing, he signed to XO, the Canadian record label founded by the Weeknd.

DUKE DUMONT

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DUKE DUMONT

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Adam Dyment, aka Duke Dumont, surfaced in 2006 with a buzzing, whip-cracking remix of Mekon's "Yes Yes Y'All." The London, England-based producer and DJ, inspired by "fidget house" figure Switch (M.I.A., Major Lazer), continued to increase his exposure through remixes for the likes of Late of the Pier ("Bathroom Gurgle"), Bat for Lashes ("Daniel"), and Lily Allen ("The Fear") prior to releasing his first DJ mix album, Fabriclive 51, in 2010.

TRIPPIE REDD

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TRIPPIE REDD

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Originally from Canton, Ohio, rapper Trippie Redd (also known as Lil 14) first emerged in 2015 with a series of tracks online that hinted early on at the versatile style he would come to develop, one that blended elements of cloud rap and trap with the energy of punk and stadium rock. Born in 1999, Trippie Redd was still a teenager when his rap career started, and he began releasing mixtapes and videos that would eventually lead him to viral Internet success and a deal with the Universal-distributed label Strainge Entertainment.

LIL SKIES

Day 2 - Saturday

LIL SKIES

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Rapper Lil Skies was born Kimetrius Foose in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania in 1998. Interested in music from his early childhood, Foose was recording and writing lyrics by the time he was 12 and eventually took on the Lil Skies moniker when he began taking his music more seriously. When he was enrolled in Shippensburg University, he dropped out to focus on music as his fan base grew exponentially. By this time he was performing regularly, even opening for rap sensations like Fetty Wap, among others.

He released several singles and videos, notably "Signs of Jealousy," which caught the attention of Atlantic Records. The major label offered Lil Skies a deal in 2017, and debut mixtape Life of a Dark Rose appeared near the end of the year.

SLANDER

Day 2 - Saturday

SLANDER

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Whether it be their electric performances, heartfelt production or lasting friendship, dance fans around the world are drawn to the magnetic duo SLANDER. Through their meticulous blend of emotional lyricism and savage drops, Derek and Scott have built a passionate family of fans along their evolution to the status of festival legends. Their dedication to their craft and the development of their own unique sound has earned them support from the likes of Skrillex, DJ Snake, RL Grime, Diplo, Bassnectar, Porter Robinson and more.

BAZZI

Day 2 - Saturday

BAZZI

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R&B-influenced pop singer/songwriter Bazzi hit the mainstream after finding viral success with his breakthrough single, "Mine." Born Andrew Bazzi to Lebanese-American parents in Dearborn, Michigan, he was a natural performer from a young age, imitating Elvis and Ricky Martin as a child and later playing oud and acoustic guitar. At the end of high school, he moved to Los Angeles with his father to pursue a music career.

In addition to building an audience online, he appeared on Fancy Cars' single "Fun" in 2016. Influenced by the likes of Justin Timberlake and Bryson Tiller, he released his solo debut, "Alone," soon after. In 2017 he issued the singles "Sober," "Beautiful," and "Got Friends?," but it wasn't until "Mine" went viral with the help of an Internet meme that his audience grew. With its smooth, breezy sound, the romantic "Mine" became a streaming hit and landed Bazzi on the Billboard Hot 100 in January 2018.

K?D

Day 2 - Saturday

K?D

Day 2 - Saturday

Since emerging in the second half of 2015, the veiled producer k?d has been impressively consistent, with a melodic bass style clearly influenced by Porter Robinson without feeling like a straight-up jack. His remixes for the likes of Daft Punk, Justice, and Porter Robinson, for that matter, reflect k?d’s awareness of those who have left an indelible mark on electronic music over the years.

Recently, k?d has shown his creative dexterity with much darker, meaner stylings in originals “Mortem” and “Vindicta” — productions which validate REZZ’s public excitement for their forthcoming collaboration together this year. And k?d’s breakout original, “Discover” featuring RKCB, highlighted the producer’s dazzling pop sensibilities, offering an all-around balanced catalog that truly does “do the talking.”

OOKAY

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OOKAY

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San Diego's Abraham Laguna, aka Ookay, is a prolific DJ and producer known for his house music and trap-style productions. A native of Chula Vista, California, Laguna began producing electronic dance tracks in his early twenties while attending community college. Initially going under the name Leisure, Laguna gained an audience for his creative, high-energy brand of house music.



As his career took off, he transitioned into more of a trap-oriented style and adopted the new stage name of Ookay. As Ookay, he has garnered attention on Beatport and elsewhere for his remixes of cuts by Congorock, Steve Aoki, Chris Lake, Tony Junior, and others. He also teamed with Diplo for a reworking of Avicii's "You Make Me Okay" in 2014.

88GLAM

Day 1 - Friday

88GLAM

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Toronto-based MCs Derek Wise and 88 Camino record smooth, sensuous trap/R&B bangers as 88GLAM. The duo's songs typically feature mellow, icy synths and hard-hitting beats along with Auto-Tune-heavy lyrics about subjects such as drugs, cars, jewelry, and failed relationships. Both members were part of the Get Home Safe crew along with Jazz Cartier, and have released solo material. The duo debuted in 2017 with their self-titled full-length, which included the single "Bali," featuring NAV.

WHETHAN

Day 2 - Saturday

WHETHAN

Day 2 - Saturday

Whethan is the recording moniker of Chicago-based DJ and producer Ethan Snoreck. An electronic wunderkind of sorts, Snoreck's career took off in 2015 when, at just 16, he released a track on the respected Australian EDM label Future Classic. Over the next year, Whethan was approached to remix tracks by major artists like ZAYN, Ty Dolla $ign, and Bastille while also producing singles of his own like "Can't Hide," "When I'm Down," and the Flux Pavilion and MAX collaboration "Savage," which reached number 29 on Billboard's dance chart.

KILLY

Day 1 - Friday

KILLY

Day 1 - Friday

KILLY's music is characterized by strategic voice manipulation—going from deep, groggy tones to a high-pitch closer to his natural tone—and though it may look effortless, the 20-year-old Toronto-based rapper says he's got a calculated plan for every piece of art he puts out. Inspired by acts like Young Thug and Tame Impala, KILLY wants to make music solely based off feeling and only release content that matches the music's energy.

CHRIS LAKE

Day 2 - Saturday

CHRIS LAKE

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Active since the early 2000s, British producer/DJ Chris Lake has built up a massive discography of original productions and remixes, ranging from progressive house and tech-house to vocal-driven EDM. He's scored several charting hits, collaborated with EDM heavyweights such as Deadmau5 and Steve Aoki, and remixed pop stars such as Sia, Kylie Minogue, and Lady Gaga. He's also responsible for the Rising Music label, which has released dozens of tracks since 2005.

AC SLATER

Day 1 - Friday

AC SLATER

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AC Slater is pushing the boundaries of the electronic dance music world. His career took off internationally in 2014, and his influence in and outside of America is extremely prevalent. AC Slater incorporates the work of underground UK garage sounds, grime, and bass into his music. He supports rising stars such as Hannah Wants, Shift K3Y, and Chris Lorenzo by featuring them in his electronic music. He has also mixed works with DJ EZ and MJ Cole. AC Slater has hosted EDC Las Vegas at the Night Bass stage. He continues to awe audiences around the world with his unique take on EDM.

DESTRUCTO

Day 2 - Saturday

DESTRUCTO

Day 2 - Saturday

Los Angeles-based DJ and producer Destructo has been around for a while, and has a surprising reach. Born Gary Richards, he was the CEO and founder of HARD Events, and he also worked A&R under Rick Rubin's Def American Recordings. Over the decades, he brought Basement Jaxx, Lords of Acid, Deadmau5, Justice, and many more to mainstream exposure. At the height of the 2010s EDM craze, he focused on his electronic music and promotion of HARD concerts with friends like Skrillex and Diplo.

GRANDTHEFT

Day 2 - Saturday

GRANDTHEFT

Day 2 - Saturday

Toronto-based producer and DJ Aaron Waisglass records a wide variety of EDM and bass music under the name Grandtheft, ranging from trap and moombahton to future house. Initially interested in rap music, he was turned on to rave culture while a college student, and his music has encompassed numerous styles of hip-hop and dance music as well as dancehall reggae and pop. He began producing and DJ'ing during the early 2000s, but his career didn't start to take off until the early 2010s. Singles "Let Me Out" and "Gangsta Muzik" appeared in 2011, and by 2013, Waisglass had released tracks on Mad Decent, Top Billin Music, and Spinnin' Records, in addition to collaborating with Diplo on a remix of "Sweet Nothing," Calvin Harris' hit single featuring Florence Welch.

BERHANA

Day 1 - Friday

BERHANA

Day 1 - Friday

Emerging artist berhana garnered some buzz-generating blog love last year with the release from his debut single “Janet.” The whimsical, yet uniquely alluring fusion of neo-soul and hip hop, was a dedication to actress Janet Hubert, who played the original Aunt Viv on Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

berhana was born to an Ethiopian family in Atlanta. After moving to New York, he connected with Sapphire, who would end up producing his EP in a series of late-night recording sessions, squeezed between day-jobs. From the start of opening song “Brooklyn Drugs,” it’s a widescreen yet deeply intimate display of self-discovery: a snapshot of a young man at a crucial moment of his life. By the time closing track “Grey Luh,” comes on, the listener is given a hint of what’s next in store for berhana.

SMOOKY MARGIELAA

Day 2 - Saturday

SMOOKY MARGIELAA

Day 2 - Saturday

It is true—Smooky MarGielaa is 15 years old, and there is no rapper his age better positioned to ascend to rap stardom. The Bronx native is ASAP Rocky’s newest protégé and a member of AWGE, ASAP Mob’s creative collective. He appears on five songs on ASAP Mob’s new mixtape Cozy Tapes Vol 2: Stay Cozy. On “Black Card,” which sounds like it could be Cthulhu’s entrance music, he sings of VLONE, Balmain, and foreign cars.

Music runs in Smooky’s blood. He comes from a line of Malian griots and grew up playing the balafon—a West African instrument similar to the xylophone—alongside his father, the prominent singer Abdoulaye Diabaté. He traded in the balafon for the mic two years ago when he downloaded Garage Band on his phone, and he hasn’t looked back since.

HARRISON BROME

Day 2 - Saturday

HARRISON BROME

Day 2 - Saturday

Harrison Brome is a vocalist and songwriter whose material consists of predominantly low-key, slightly left-of-center variations on contemporary R&B, pop, and dance music. A Vancouver, British Columbia native, Brome was exposed at an early age to classic soul through his mother. He wrote his first song at the age of 14 and, just prior to completing high school, dropped out to pursue music full-time. A dusty and sparse ballad titled "Fill Your Brains" appeared on Kitsuné Maison 17: World Wild Issue in 2015. Shortly after his 20th birthday in July 2016, "Fill Your Brains" became the title track of his debut EP. The six-track set was released through a deal arranged with Nettwerk, the long-running label based in Brome's hometown.

MURDA BEATZ

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MURDA BEATZ

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Canadian hip-hop producer Murda Beatz was born Shane Lindstrom in 1994. Growing up in Fort Erie, Ontario, Lindstrom played drums from an early age and would often jam with his family, being encouraged by his rock music enthusiast father to pursue music. At age 17 he began teaching himself production, making beats in his bedroom and selling his rock equipment to buy music production gear. He quickly found placements for his beats and ravenously pursued rappers with his material, contacting Atlanta rappers Migos before their rise to fame.

Socially energetic and always networking, Lindstrom connected with many rappers, eventually working with names as big as Drake, PartyNextDoor, French Montana, and Gucci Mane.

LONDON ON DA TRACK

Day 1 - Friday

LONDON ON DA TRACK

Day 1 - Friday

Making waves by collaborating with artists such as 2 Chainz, Young Thug, and Drake, London on Da Track (real name London Holmes) is an American hip-hop producer and rapper from Atlanta, Georgia. Holmes' foray into the world of rap and hip-hop began at the age of 16 when he joined a rap crew called Dem Guyz and developed his writing and composition skills by playing piano at his local church. Creating his own beats, he began putting together tracks for other rappers on the scene, including "Pieon" by rap group Rich Kidz. 2011 saw the release of his first track with Young Thug entitled "Curtains"; the first of many collaborations with the fellow Georgian rapper.

London's prolific output of material continued throughout 2012 and 2013, as he worked with the likes of Waka Flocka Flame, Gucci Mane, and Rich Homie Quan before signing a deal with Cash Money Records. He swiftly went on to earn production and writing credits on releases from prominent artists such as Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, and Drake. 2017 saw London on Da Track put together his own label, L.I.V. (an abbreviation of "living in volumes") while his debut release as a solo artist, Who Would’ve Known, saw release later that year.

A.CHAL

Day 2 - Saturday

A.CHAL

Day 2 - Saturday

Under the name A.CHAL, Peruvian-born singer, songwriter, and producer Alejandro Chal offers a moody, atmospheric take on electronic R&B with lyrics half-sung, half-rapped, and often switching between English and Spanish. Chal's family moved to the U.S. when he was four years old, settling in Queens, New York. He began rapping at a young age and soon began experimenting with beats with a neighborhood friend. Relocating to Los Angeles in 2010 to pursue a music career, Chal self-released his debut EP, 2013's Ballroom Riots, which caught the interest of Sony ATV, who signed him to a publishing deal.

His 2015 single "Round Whippin'" found widespread exposure when Beats1 DJ Zane Lowe gave the song a world premiere on his show. It was an effective boon to Chal's career, and by year's end he'd racked up numerous critical accolades. "Round Whippin'" was included on his 2016 debut full-length, Welcome to GAZI, introducing his hazy, nocturnal sound to an even larger audience. Following a collaboration with French producer STWO, Chal began issuing singles in advance of his next LP, ON GAZ, which arrived in June 2017 and included the hit "Love N Hennessy." That single appeared as a remix the following year featuring 2 Chainz and Nicky Jam.

GRAVES

Day 2 - Saturday

GRAVES

Day 2 - Saturday

Hawaii's Christian Mochizuki, aka GRAVES, is an in-demand DJ and electronic producer known for his sophisticated, hip-hop-influenced progressive house style. A native of Honolulu, Mochizuki first came to prominence after working as an engineer on Kanye West's Grammy Award-winning 2010 album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Also during this period, he earned credits on albums by Kid Cudi, Justin Bieber, Big Sean, and others. After parting ways with West in 2013, he formed the short-lived EDM outfit OOF, with whom he won the 2014 EDC Discovery Project.

Disbanding OOF, Mochizuki adopted the name GRAVES and began working to expand his creative vision. He started releasing tracks online and quickly garnered a fan base for his kinetic, atmospheric, and often experimental sound. In 2017 he released his debut EP, Hilo, featuring collaborations with Boombox Cartel, Hex Cougar, Lil Traffic, and others

NOODLES

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NOODLES

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Noodles (Micah Mahinay) is a 25 year old DJ based out of San Francisco, but now resides in Los Angeles CA. She was first exposed into the night life at age 16. In 2008 Noodles had discovered her fathers turntables and began to practice how to properly mix and scratch on vinyl records. From having an online presence she utilized her following to bridge her fashion and music background together by playing many trendy parties and festivals.

Noodles brings the vibe of R&B classics, mixed with modern day rap, integrated with an electronic sound. In early 2014 an R&B singer who goes by "Kehlani" had approached Micah and asked her to be her tour DJ. Since then the 2 artists have been touring while hosting many parties in different cities together.

JACK HARLOW

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JACK HARLOW

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Born and raised in Louisville, Ky., Jack has been a hip-hop soul for as long as he can remember. His mom fed him a steady diet of classics from elsewhere, legends like OutKast, Eminem, and A Tribe Called Quest. By age 12, he was inspired enough to begin recording songs in his bedroom, uploading his music to SoundCloud to share with his friends. By high school, he'd created such a buzz that he was selling out shows at popular venues in his hometown.

Set on elevating his career, Jack moved to Atlanta. There, he met fellow Kentucky native KY Engineering, with whom he formed a working relationship. KY brought Jack to DJ Drama, who took a liking to Jack's unique style—a fun, thoughtful brand of lyricism that's drawn comparisons to Drake.

ROBOTAKI

Day 2 - Saturday

ROBOTAKI

Day 2 - Saturday

Combining dance, funk, disco, and pop on remixes and original tracks, Robotaki is the moniker of Preston Chin, a Montréal producer who also earned a Master's degree in Genetics (and one in Musical Production and Synthesis) at McGill University. Born in Toronto, Chin grew up loving electronic music that ranged from the Chemical Brothers and Moby to the soundtracks of video games such as the Silent Hill and Super Mario series.

He began working as Robotaki -- a twist on the term for grilled Japanese food "robatayaki" -- in 2010, and his remixes of K-pop hits earned him a strong online fan base. Official remixes for Daft Punk, the M Machine, DJ Shadow, Kavinsky, and Chilly Gonzales followed, and Chin balanced his music and his studies over the years. He began releasing original material with 2013's Raton Laveur EP, and became more prolific a few years later, delivering the singles "Ghostboy" and "Right Time" for Majestic Casual in 2016, and a trio of songs ("Automaton," "Drunk," and "Monkey Bars") in 2017.

BLAISE MOORE

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BLAISE MOORE

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A moody modern singer/songwriter specializing in warm, atmospheric synth baths balanced by confessional -- sometimes vengeful -- soul-baring, Blaise Moore first gained attention early in 2017 with a viral video for "Friends." This song is the centerpiece of her debut EP, Laurence, a breakup suite dedicated to an ex-boyfriend of the same name. Laurence is the first music the Toronto-based singer/songwriter released. Soon afterward, Moore was signed by Interscope Records.

TAILS

Day 2 - Saturday

TAILS

Day 2 - Saturday

JUELZ

Day 1 - Friday

JUELZ

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FVDED In The Park

Festival Information

We can’t wait to see you all at FVDED In The Park! Please feel free to contact info@fvdedinthepark.com if you have any questions or concerns.

GENERAL QUESTIONS

WHEN AND WHERE IS FVDED IN THE PARK?

FVDED in the Park is a 2 day festival on July 6th & 7th at Holland Park (13428 Old Yale Road) in Surrey, BC and is open from 1pm to 11pm each day.

HOW DO I GET TO THE FESTIVAL?

Holland Park is located directly across from King George Station, and a short walk from Surrey Central Station. The closest bus loop to the site is located at Surrey Central Exchange, one block away. TransLink encourages people to use a Compass Card or pre-purchase their return tickets on the day they intend to travel, which can be done at any Compass Vending Machine. SkyTrain Attendants will be available to assist customers. For further transit information, please contact Translink at 604-953-3333 or click on Trip Planner at www.translink.ca.

WHERE CAN I PARK?

Parking near Holland Park is limited. Taking transit to the event is highly recommended. TransLink will be providing extra Skytrain service each day of the festival. In addition to transit, utilizing carpools, or bicycles to attend the event is also encouraged. Bike racks are located on site.  

Bicycles will not be permitted inside the site, but a bike valet service will be available at the main entrance on a first come, first served basis. Bikes will be supervised and locks are not required.

It is recommended that guests wishing to drive use the public parking spaces at the King George Skytrain Station or at the Scott Road Skytrain Station, and take the short Skytrain trip to the King George stop. There are limited parking spaces available in various parking lots along King George Blvd. Parking at Central City Shopping Centre is restricted to shopping centre customers only.

ARE THERE TRAFFIC ADVISORIES NEAR THE FESTIVAL?

Old Yale Road (the north side of the concert site) will be single-lane traffic from July 4 to July 10 in both directions. All traffic proceeding east on Old Yale Road will be re-routed left onto University Drive from 8:00pm to 11:30pm on July 7 and 8. Those proceeding to King George Blvd may follow the detour onto 102 Avenue.  Between 10:30pm and 12:30am, Old Yale Road will be closed to all traffic at King George Blvd. RCMP will control the intersection for pedestrian access to the King George Skytrain station.

WHAT IS THE MINIMUM AGE TO ATTEND?

All Ages are welcome at FVDED in the Park.

ARE THERE IN AND OUTS?

There are no in and outs during each festival date. If you leave earlier than the closing time of each day, you will not be able to re-enter.

ARE LOCKERS AVAILABLE ON SITE?

Yes there will be lockers on site! These Mobile Charging Lockers allow you unlimited in-and-out access throughout the weekend, and each one features a universal cell phone charger. These lockers will be available for purchase closer to the festival.

WHAT IS THE SEARCH POLICY?

All guests will be subject to search for prohibited and illicit items upon entry in the interest of public and patron safety.

CAN I BRING IN A BAG OR BLANKET?

Small bags, backpacks, and blankets will be permitted into the festival. All bags will be subject to a full search upon entry.

IS THERE FOOD AND DRINKS AVAILABLE?

A variety of food and beverage options will be available on site. Outside food and beverages are not permitted on site, aside from one empty personal reusable bottle per person. There will be a free water station on site where guests will be able to fill their bottles. Information regarding food trucks on site will be released closer to the festival.

WHAT ARE THE RULES FOR PURCHASING ALCOHOL ON SITE?

Alcoholic beverages can be purchased at designated bar service areas, located at the north and south sides of the park. Only 2 drinks can be served per person at one time. All customers wishing to purchase alcoholic beverages must first obtain a DAV (Drinking Age Verified) wristband from the ID CHECK tents located throughout the site. Customers are encouraged to obtain wristbands early in the day. DAV wristbands must be visibly worn by anyone consuming alcohol.

WHAT ARE MY PAYMENT OPTIONS ON SITE?

Cash and credit cards will be accepted forms of payment. All food trucks, merchandise tables, and Village vendors will accept cash, and some will accept debit and credit cards as well. Several ATM units will be located throughout the site.

WILL THERE BE BIKE VALET?

We will be offering FREE and safe bicycle parking provided by The Bicycle Valet! For more information on how it works, go here: http://thebicyclevalet.ca/faqs-for-cyclists.

WHAT ACCOMMODATIONS THERE NEAR THE FESTIVAL?

For local accommodation options, please visit www.tourismsurrey.com.

WHAT ARE THE ACCESSIBILITY SEATING OPTIONS?

A designated Accessible Seating Area for any patrons requiring wheelchair, ADA, or special seating consideration will be located on site. The Accessible Seating option is available to ticket holders using wheelchairs or crutches, or who have any other physical disabilities or injuries that will necessitate a seat for the show. Any ticket holder who has special seating requirements should email accessibility@fvdedinthepark.com with your ticket order confirmation number to request access to the Accessible Seating Area. This must be coordinated in advance of the event. If needed, there will be a designated staff member available on site to provide some assistance; however, Accessible Seating Patrons who require an attendant are encouraged to purchase a ticket for their attendant and include mention of them in the email. There will be 1 attendant permitted per Accessible Seating Patron in the designated seating area.

CAN I BRING A WATER BOTTLE INSIDE?

Each person is permitted to bring in one personal empty reusable bottle. Bags will be subject to search at the gate prior to entrance. Camel-backs are allowed if empty.

CAN I BRING SUNSCREEN INSIDE?

Yes, cream and gel sunscreen is allowed. NOTE: Aerosols (spray on) sunscreens are not permitted.

WHAT CAN I BRING TO SIT ON?

No lawn chairs of any design will be permitted on site; however, you may bring a blanket. No ‘in and out’ privileges are allowed for this event.

WHAT IS THE CAMERA POLICY?

Guests may use personal cameras and mobile phones to take photos inside the venue. Cameras with detachable lenses or a zoom 2 inches or greater will not be permitted on site. Professional video cameras or video recording devices are not permitted at the event. ONLY GO-PRO and similar style consumer-grade devices will be permitted on the site.

WRISTBAND QUESTIONS

NEW FOR 2018: ADVANCED WRISTBAND DELIVERY!

Wristbands for this year’s FVDED in the Park will be mailed out in advanced of the festival, saving you time from picking them up! For dates and details on wristband delivery, please read below.

DO I GET A WRISTBAND WITH MY TICKET?

Your wristband will be shipped out to you in advance of the event, so you will not need to redeem your ticket for a wristband at the festival.   Wristbands will be mailed out to ticket holders beginning in early June. The cut off for standard mail delivery is June 21. The cut off for expedited shipping is June 28. If you purchase your ticket after June 28.  you will have to pick up your wristband at the festival box office during the festival, or at a designated early pickup location to be announced prior to the event.

I’M NOT FROM CANADA. WILL MY WRISTBAND STILL BE SHIPPED?

No, orders from the US and other international countries will not be shipped in advance. You will have the option to pick up your wristband at Will Call onsite at the festival or pay for a UPS courier to deliver it in advance.

WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT MY WRISTBAND?

Your wristband is your key to enter FVDED in the Park. There is a security feature embedded on it that will be scanned for entry through the main gates, and entry into other parts of the site, such as VIP. Do not attempt to tamper with your wristband once you’ve put it on. Wristbands that have been scanned at the gates and then tampered with – such as an attempt to remove it – it will be deemed void and not eligible for replacement.

WHAT ARE THE SHIPPING OPTIONS?

Standard Mail – Tickets will be mailed starting approximately 1 month prior to the show. The last day for orders to qualify for this option is June 21. Please have your tickets shipped to an address where you will be able to receive them in June. If you do not receive your tickets within 1 week of the event please visit http://support.frontgatetickets.com.  If your wristbands are cancelled due to non-delivery, and replaced, the original wristbands will no longer be valid and will not scan successfully at the festival.

Courier – Tickets will be sent via Expedited Parcel starting approximately 1 month prior to the show. The last day for orders to qualify for this option is June 28. Please have your tickets shipped to an address where you will be able to receive them in June.  This option will require a signature. If you do not receive your tickets within 1 week of the event please visit http://support.frontgatetickets.com

I PUT MY WRISTBAND ON EARLY AND IT’S TOO TIGHT OR GOT DAMAGED. CAN I GET A NEW ONE?

We understand, people get excited and want to wear their wristband right away. Just make sure to follow our guide below about putting on a wristband. As long as your wristband hasn’t already been scanned at the gates, you can get a replacement at the box office for a fee of $25.00.  If your wristband has already been scanned at the festival, it cannot be replaced and you will need to purchase a new wristband, if still available.

I HAVE A GENERAL ADMISSION PASS, HOW DO I ENTER?

All General Pass holders should proceed directly to the Box Office upon arrival to exchange tickets for 1 or 2 day wristbands. After wristbands have been applied, please proceed to the Entry Gate for admission. Please note that wristbands are non-transferable. Entry will be denied on July 7th if a wristband looks tampered with. Wristband pick up will start at 11:00am on both July 6th & 7th at the Box Office.  Gates will open at 1:00pm each day.

I HAVE A VIP PASS, HOW DO I ENTER?

VIP Pass Holders (1 or 2 Day) should proceed directly to the dedicated VIP lane located at the main festival entrance off King George Blvd. Wristband exchange for VIP Holders will happen directly at the VIP Entrance. There is no need to attend the box office first.

Experience FVDED In The Park in a new way with our private VIP Table Service located in the VIP Section to the right of the stage! Festival passes and table service included in pricing. Space is very limited, email tableservice@thisisblueprint.com to reserve today.



You having a fantastic festival experience is important to us. Please see these tips to make sure you have a fun and safe time at FVDED.

Make sure that you have a trusted festival friend. Use the buddy system, and make a plan for how you’ll stay connected throughout the event. Look out for them, and have them look out for you.

Come with your festival friend. Plan to leave with them. Keep your phone charged so you can stay connected with your crew.

This is an outdoor event, so please remember to dress for the weather – rain or shine. Sunscreen, hats, and sunglasses are important to avoid heat stroke. Bring a jackets or poncho if it looks like rain.

Hydrate. Don’t forget to drink lots of water during your festival experience. We have free hydration stations throughout the site. Please use them.

Not a fan of drinking water? Anything non-alcoholic will do, iced tea, juice and even water-based fruits will help you stay hydrated under the hot July sun.

Want to spend all day front and center? That’s awesome, we recommend that you consider using hearing protection.

Stay cool. Take breaks in covered areas or shade.

Avoid a wasted weekend – overdoing will result in you missing your favourite artists and entertainers – pace yourself.

First Aid. We have a number of first aid areas and encourage all our guests to familiarize themselves with where they are when you arrive.

Don’t leave any of your beverages unattended, please drink responsibly and never use alcohol for hydration.

Consent – ‘Yes’ is the only acceptable form of consent.

FVDED is a drug-free environment and we do not condone and strongly advise against consuming illicit substances. In addition to being illegal they are extremely dangerous. Across North America today, pills are being sold with substances other than what is disclosed to the buyer. Remember, drugs affect people differently from person to person, so some people are more susceptible to harmful/toxic effects, even at low doses.

Harms from drugs like ecstasy, cocaine, and other amphetamine-like substances include hyperthermia (high body temperature), mental agitation, and seizures which can lead to brain damage and death. Toxicity may be worse if you are hot and dehydrated.

Get medical help immediately if you or a friend experience one or more of the following symptoms: agitation, dizziness, confusion, bizarre behaviour, chest pain, headache, feeling unusually hot, breathlessness, excessive drowsiness, or seizures.

Feeling unwell or unsafe? We’re here to help. Not sure if you need help? Check in with us anyway. We want you to be safe, have fun, and leave with great memories. All our staff can be approached to assist you with any questions or concerns.

Need medical attention? Visit the first aid tent, approach our roaming medics or ask security for assistance.

Medical tents are safe havens – anything you say to medical staff is confidential.

GETTING TO AND FROM THE EVENT

Plan your entrance and exit: Skytrain, Transit, Bicycle, Taxi, or Prearranged Rides are all good options. Don’t drive under the influence of anything.

If you need assistance with accessibility or have any questions contact accessibility@fvdedinthepark.com.

Come with your festival friend. Plan to leave with them.

Allow extra time to get here, it’s going to be busy. Remember, thousands of others are coming to party with you.

There will be lineups to get in, be patient and make friends with those around you. If you’ve got a 2-Day Pass, you can pick it up in advance from one of the advanced pick-up stations to save time on the day of the event.

For the safety of all our guests, everyone will be searched upon entry. We appreciate your cooperation. A list of what is permitted and what is not can be found here.

Illicit substances will not be permitted onto the festival grounds. Music is all we need to elevate and enhance our mood. We believe that the consumption of all illicit substances carries risk and advise strongly against it.

#FVDED2018 VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

Want to volunteer at FVDED In The Park this year? Read on then apply at bit.ly/FVDEDVOLUNTEER

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO VOLUNTEER?

Minimum age is 18 at the time of the festival (July 6-7). Volunteers are asked to show photo ID upon check in.

WHAT IS REQUIRED TO VOLUNTEER?

All volunteers are required to work two shifts over the weekend, with at least one evening shift, and attend one of the orientation sessions we are hosting on festival grounds. You can select the meeting you will attend when you fill out the application.

WHAT DO I GET FOR VOLUNTEERING?

In addition to the reward of being part of an awesome event, gaining work experience, meeting new people and making new friends, you will also receive a rad FVDED In The Park volunteer t-shirt and the opportunity to enjoy the festival when not on duty.

HOW LONG ARE SHIFTS?

Most are 4.5 – 5 hours.

HOW DOES SCHEDULING WORK?

Everyone will be able to self-schedule, choosing preferred shifts and assignments, based on skillset and availability. Access and instructions will be shared with volunteers accepted into the program.

IF I SIGN UP FOR AN EARLY SHIFT; CAN I STAY AND ENJOY THE FESTIVAL AFTERWARDS?

Absolutely! You’ve earned it.

WHAT IF I HAVE AN EVENING SHIFT, CAN I ENJOY THE FESTIVAL BEFOREHAND?

Yes, however we need some assurance you will report back when scheduled. In this case, you would be required to check an item of equal or greater value to a single day ticket ($120). This could be cash, a cell phone, your current driver’s license plus a major credit card, etc. Check it at Volunteer Headquarters and pick it up when you return for duty.

IF I VOLUNTEER ON A SATURDAY, CAN I COME TO THE FESTIVAL FOR FREE ON SUNDAY – OR VICE VERSA?

Volunteers are welcome to enjoy the festival while not on duty on the day they volunteer. If you would like to enjoy the festival all weekend, we highly recommend volunteering both days, or purchasing a single-day ticket for the day you are off duty.

IS THERE A DRESS CODE?

Yes. All volunteers will receive a volunteer t-shirt upon check in for their first shift. You are required to wear this while on duty, and required to change out of it when your shift is done. It is also your responsibility to launder it so it’s clean and presentable for Sunday also. Wear something comfortable in neutral colours on the bottom, however no short-shorts please (no buttocks showing while working). Please wear closed toed footwear while on duty.

CAN I CARRY A BACKPACK WITH ME?

No. Volunteers are required to check personal items aside from what fits in your pocket (or a small fanny-pack). There will be a bag check at Volunteer Headquarters for while you are on duty only. Bags are left when you check in and picked up at the end of your shift. Note that items are left at your own risk; we cannot be responsible for lost or stolen goods. (Supervisors and a volunteer team will be present at HQ which is positioned beside Security and RCMP).

WILL WE HAVE ACCESS TO FOOD?

Although not complimentary, food and drink are integral parts of the festival and a variety of options will be available on site. We highly recommend checking out our vendors and purchasing some tasty bites before or after your shift. Note that outside food is not permitted.

WHAT IF THERE’S AN ARTIST I HAVE TO SEE?

We totally get it, but this means that volunteering is not for you. Grab some friends, purchase your tickets, and have a wicked time. Although volunteers will get to see some music, we can’t guarantee that it will be your artist of choice, and many people will need to be on duty while headliners are on. If you can’t miss out, opt out!

IS PARKING INCLUDED? HOW DO I GET THERE?

No, we highly recommend taking transit, and offer a complimentary bike valet for those on bicycles. Check out the BC Transit Trip Planning page to plan travelling to and from the site, tripplanning.translink.ca.

CAN I VOLUNTEER WITH MY FRIENDS?

Absolutely! Due to self-scheduling, we can’t guarantee that you will both be in the same assignment at the same time, but if you schedule together, this should be easy to accomplish. We’ll help wherever we can – because friends are awesome!

I’M IN, HOW DO I APPLY?

Fill out the form here: bit.ly/FVDEDVOLUNTEER

If you have a question we haven’t addressed, you can email us at volunteer@fvdedinthepark.com.

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