FULL 2015 PROGRAMMING REVEALEDWe’ve already unveiled a 2015 lineup packed with surefire amazing performances from world class artists including Alabama Shakes, My Morning Jacket, The War On Drugs, Arkells, Father John Misty, De La Soul, Purity Ring and so many more. Sure, those alone are worth the price of admission, but anyone who’s attended Field Trip knows the event is an extension of the artistic community at large with a family vibe that’s solidified it as Toronto’s essential downtown community music and arts event.READ MORE
SINGLE DAY TICKETS ON SALELast week we revealed Field Trip's 2015 lineup return and today, we're pleased to share with you who will take the stage for each day of Toronto's favourite, one-of one-of-a-kind cultural celebration, Saturday, June 6 and Sunday, June 7. READ MORE
FIELD TRIP RETURNSToronto’s downtown community music and arts festival is thrilled to announce its 2015 lineup, and the return of the city’s favourite, one-of one-of-a-kind cultural celebration, Saturday, June 6 and Sunday, June 7.
This year we’ll continue to expand Field Trip from its organic beginnings into Toronto’s essential world-class, boutique music event, held in the gorgeous confines of the city's Historic Fort York & Garrison Common. As it has been since Day 1, Field Trip remains driven by the themes of community and discovery, and this year’s edition will again be programmed beyond music to focus on highlighting Toronto’s best culinary offerings, as well as collaborative explorations on the themes of food, drink, art, photography, technology, fashion and more.READ MORE
FIELD TRIP: A LOOK BACKIt's been a wild three years. From our humble beginnings as Arts & Crafts' 10th anniversary celebration, to the two-day boutique music and arts festival we are today, here is a look back at the Field Trip evolution. READ MORE
PORTRAITSIn our Field Trip Portraits series, we aim to capture the Field Trip experience through the eyes of the artists and participants.READ MORE
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