Welcome to the Field Trip Passport, our digital guide to our favourite Toronto business, as well as valued event sponsors, partners and some custom offerings for friends of the festival. The Field Trip Passport is a handy resource for anyone visiting Toronto for Field Trip… or sooner!
The AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) needs no elaborate introduction. One of the most distinguished art museums in North America and housing over 90,000 works, the AGO hosts marquee live events, installation pieces, and a diverse selection of exhibitions and original programming.
A Facebook group that has since grown into a full-scale trading app, Bunz facilitates the independent trading of goods and services, local news and events, apartment rentals, jobs, and more. Community is an essential part to Field Trip's atmosphere, so we fully support the work being done by our friends at Bunz.com! Available now from the App Store and Google Play.
Bookhou is an independent multidisciplinary design studio formed by John Booth and Arounna Khounnoraj in 2002. Initially conceived as a portfolio space for their individual and collaborative work, Bookhou specializes in selling small products like tote bags and notebooks, made by hand and with natural materials.
Buster's Sea Cove is Toronto's seafood market and truck service! Catch them at one of their main locations (new spot at 120 Bremner Blvd opening soon!) or roaming the city for a delectable fish taco. A proud partner of Field Trip for multiple years, they also provide catering options for any occasion.
Inspired by Los Angeles and Hawaiian beach culture, Calii Love is a quick food and cafe bar spearheaded by chef Joe Friday, the former culinary maestro at ViaVai. Peep the hand-drawn wall illustrations and bask in the Californian vibes while enjoying a delicious poke bowl or smoothie.
Catch a show at the Canadian Opera Company on 145 Queen St. W, one of the largest producers of opera in North America. This June, witness three new productions at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, including Harry Somers' Louis Riel with an all-star Canadian cast, and three beloved revivals: The Magic Flute, Götterdämmerung, and Tosca! And if that doesn't jive, attend their free concert series held throughout September - June in the gorgeous Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre.
One of the best recycled clothing shops in Toronto, Common Sort specializing in used clothing, jewellery and other memorabilia. Bring in your clean, fashionable items in excellent condition and a buyer will select pieces and price them for the store. You will receive 50% that price in store credit or you can take 25% in cash, on the spot. Check out their three locations in Riverside, Parkdale, and the Annex, and get thrifty!
A proud partner of Field Trip since 2013, The Drake General Store is a hotel gift shop and classic general store with a bit of everything and something for everyone. Come by one of their 5 locations in Toronto + check out their celebratory gear to commemorate Canada's 150th anniversary.
The Federal is a funky brunch and dinner spot nestled in Little Portugal. Boasting juicy Canadian fare and eclectic cocktails, this hip restaurant is perfect for nursing a hangover or preparing you for a night out. Please drink responsibly!
Glassbox Barbershop is located at 338 Harbord Street, between Toronto's Little Italy and Koreatown neighbourhoods, with a dedication to comfort, inspiration and camaraderie. A proud partner of Movember, Glassbox is a Field Trip-friendly home for modern men looking to feel consistently confident in their image.
Easy Tiger is a lifestyle concept store specializing in smartly designed home décor, paper goods, leather goods, womenswear, unisex accessories, jewelry and gifts. Looking for something iconic to accentuate your apartment or home? Visit them at 1447 Dundas Street West at Gladstone for a relaxed shopping experience to find something special.
One of the world’s only documentary-focused cinemas, great film is often paired with great conversations involving filmmakers, film subjects and notable experts at Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, a century-old venue located in the Annex. The cinema is home to new documentaries, live events, and retrospectives including Bob Dylan Docs this June and curated series such as This Film Should Be Played Loud.
Kid Icarus is a contemporary crafts shop located in the heart of Toronto's beloved Kensington Market. Outfitted with an in-store screen printing studio and exhibiting a thorough dedication to supporting local goods and materials, the folks at Kid Icarus are there to meet all your paper product needs.
Toronto's oldest record store chain is jam packed with quality vinyl both current and rare. Discover your new favourite band on wax at one of Kops Records' stores on Queen, Bloor, and Danforth! New products weekly.
Manifesto is Toronto's award-winning music and culture festival, celebrating hip hop culture and beyond. The festivities kick off June 8-11. This year, our friends at Manifesto are expanding the multi-disciplinary program that makes up the festival across the summer, fall and winter seasons – to sustain a year-round presence as a locally-minded platform for music, art, dance, conversation and connection.
"A global affairs magazine and international media brand, Monocle has uncovered the newest developments and trends in style, food, film and culture since it was established ten years ago. Their Toronto shop, located in Little Italy, features Monocle's entire range of magazines, books, accessories, clothing and the latest product collaborations with designers from around the world.
Find something stylish to show off your national pride in this nifty heritage store on 1662 Queen St W! Owned and operated by power couple Pamela Hopson and Francesco Fiore since opening in 2012, North Standard Trading Post combines the rustic ruggedness of the Canadian outdoors with something a little more chic. Don't forget to check out their snapbacks emblazoned with their iconic bear! Includes products for the whole family.
Open Roof Festival is Toronto's favourite outdoor nonprofit culture festival featuring live music, film screenings, and tasty refreshments. Watch a movie under the stars while sipping a refreshingly cold beer from one of our local craft breweries. Full programming announcement coming soon! Subscribe to their email newsletter to stay up-to-date.
The Prism Prize is a national award established to recognize the artistry of the modern music video in Canada. Selected by a judging panel of over 120 respected professionals in the music and film industries, this year's winner is Michael C. Periseau for KAYTRANADA's "Lite Spots". Congratulations to all those involved!
The Rivoli, a lively fusion of nightclub, pool lounge, and performance space, has been a staple of the city since its inception in 1982. (Fun fact: Feist, one of our headline performers, used to work here!) Enjoy live comedy and music while indulging in their tasty Asian-influenced food and drinks menu.
Stories Behind The Songs is proud to partner with Field Trip for the second year in a row. Dedicated to the stories behind the music, Stories Behind The Songs features in-depth interviews, curated playlists, music history pieces and indie music premieres. Made with love in Toronto.
Seeking vintage clothing? Check out Sub Rosa Vintage on 16 Kensington Avenue, an establishment which caters to the trendsetting, the savvy and sometimes thrifty shopper. And you can feel good about what you buy - by investing, selling, and reworking used clothing items, the folks at Sub Rosa Vintage contribute to staying green!