Fvded In The Park lineup includes Jack Ü, Zedd, Travis Scott

Surrey's urban music festival returns to Holland Park for a second outing in July, headlined by EDM supergroup Jack Ü.

Surrey festival returns for its sophomore year with roster of EDM and hip-hop

EDM supergroup Jack Ü (featuring Diplo and Skrillex) headline Fvded In The Park in Surrey this July. (Publicity still)

Surrey's urban music festival Fvaded In The Park returns to Holland Park for a second outing in July, headlined by EDM supergroup Jack Ü.

Jack Ü (Diplo and Skrillex) made their first live TV appearance at this year's Grammy Awards, performing with Justin Bieber.

Other artists playing this year's Fvded include Russian-German DJ and producer Zedd, Texan hip-hop artist Travis Scott, rapper Bryson Tiller, Guatemalan house star Carnage, and Swedish electronica duo Galantis.

Two-day passes for the July 2 and 3 event go on sale Monday at 11 a.m. PT, with details on single day tickets and more artists to be released later.

"Fvded is truly the most exciting project our team works on every year," festival presenter Alvaro Prol of Blueprint said in a statement Thursday.

"The lineup reflects our tastes as a company — it's contemporary and approachable, with both established artists and emerging acts that we believe in and love. Last year's reception blew us away and we appreciate the opportunity to once again bring a festival to the heart of a city."

Other artists announced so far are, RL Grime Kaytranada, DJ Mustard, Tchami, Marshmello, Belly, Seven Lions, GoldLink, Gallant, Jazz Cartier, Troyboi, Giraffage, Shiba San, Anna Lunoe, Elaki, Sam Gellaitry, Pomo, Rezz, D.R.A.M., Humans, Slumberjack, and Unlike Pluto.

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