Fedd the God: Vinyl Verse Summer Tour Review

Fedd the God rocked the Pavilion at Star Lake this past Sunday August 28th in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. The Vinyl Verse Summer Tour, headlined by Wiz Khalifa and Logic, hit the road in late July with openers Fedd along with DJ Drama, C Dot Castro, and 24Kgoldn. The tour’s only stop in PA kicked off the final week of the trip before finishing up in St. Louis a few days later. The crew must have been saving their energy for the last week because the performances were on another level. Fedd definitely set the bar high for the rest of the show. Having been born and raised in Pittsburgh, the hometown boy rocked the stage.

Fedd kicked off his music career in 2005 at the ripe age of 10 experimenting on Giant Eagle and making his first song called “Shoplifting”.  Since then, the Pittsburgh native has released a number of songs including “King James”, “Activated”, and his most recent being “Fortnite”, which dropped while on the Vinyl Verse Tour.

Having only been signed with Taylor Gang since 2020, Fedd has gained a dedicated following with much of the crowd singing every word with him. The pit rocked out with Fedd when he joined them during “Take a Shot” and danced along with his kids and mom when he brought them on stage to rock with his hometown crew.

Fedd gave everything he had for this performance and made his city proud with fans on social media calling him a hometown hero. He has quickly built a loyal fan base and opening for Wiz and Logic is just the beginning for Fedd the God. Keep an ear out because he’ll be a household name in no time.