With day one out of the way, day two of FVDED in the Park was poised to shut down the sold out music festival on a high note.
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- The best festival fashion from FVDED in the Park 2016 (PHOTOS)
With an immaculately planned set schedule and festival layout, it was easy for festival-goers to catch every artist they wanted to see from the beginning of the day to the end. Opening up the main Pacific Stage was Scotland’s own Sam Gellaitry with a cool and spacious afternoon bass driven set. At just 19 years of age, Gellaitry showcased his deep knowledge of music both from his generation and beyond during the first few hours the day.
Over on the Northwest Stage, crowds were treated to a high octane experience by Australia’s Anna Lunoe spanning multiple genres with her signature bass heavy selections. Another memorable artist from the stage was Kaytranada’s set that highlighted tracks from his new self titled LP as well as his popular remix of Janet Jackson’s single “If.”
At the FVDED Lab, Pomo brought a full band including live guitars and drums for his performance sharing many songs from his record, The Other Day. Later that day as the sun began to dip into the horizon, Shiba San closed out the stage with a soulful house set that caused many people walking by to stop, drop, and dance!
Fan favourite Travis Scott went in on his performance on the Pacific Stage to the crowd’s delight; physically climbing the rigging as he performed “Upper Echelon” as his audience continued to lose their minds. Last but not least, was a beautifully progressive EDM set by German producer Zedd; a fitting close to this year’s epic FVDED in the Park.