Recap: This year’s FVDED In The Park was a wild, rainy summertime oasis (PHOTOS)



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Taking place in Surrey’s Holland Park, FVDED brings together rap heavyweights and rising hip-hop stars for a weekend of incredible performances by the likes of French Montana, Khalid, Lil Yachty, 6LACK and more.

With huge crowds, a little rain, and a lot of fireworks, this year’s FVDED In The Park was an incredible way to kick off the summer festival season in Vancouver. If you were there, you’re already looking forward to #FVDED2020, if you weren’t, here’s what you missed:


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While most festival goers had their eyes glued to the mainstage, there were plenty of other highlights to be found throughout the park grounds, particularly the festival goers themselves, who brought runway level  looks to each day of the festival. Other FVDED highlights went down at the BACARDÍ BAY pop-up, which was serving up some serious festival flavour in the form of custom cocktails, custom swag and pop-up lounge for attendees to refuel, refresh and recharge.

Photo: Bacardi

BACARDÍ BAY is the rum brand’s Latin-Caribbean oasis that they’re bringing to select festivals this summer in Canada. The bar-meets-lounge-meets-mini festival activation served as a refueling zone for festival goers in need of a break from the giant crowds. There was singing, there was dancing and there was definitely some rum, offering a reprieve from the intensity of the main stage and a chance to actually enjoy the summer sun (when it wasn’t raining) . It was far from a bad spot to be, as it offered attendees a place to actually get to know each other, letting attendees enjoy new cocktails while making a few new friends along the way.

Photo: Bacardi
Photo: Bacardi
Photo: Bacardi

This summer, BACARDÍ will allow you to experience the Sound of Rum and pass the beat around the country, Look for BACARDÍ at your next festival experience , and PLEASE remember to enjoy responsibly.

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