This Weekend: Field Trip 2018 – kicking off the summer with local arts!

Looking for something to do this weekend? Welp, look no further! To kick off summer, Live Nation is bringing back the award-winning music festival Field Trip  – a local community-oriented weekend filled with music, art and kid-friendly activities outdoors!

This year, the festival focuses on promoting female artists such as Metric and also local Canadian artists like Dizzy hailing from Oshawa, Ontario. Along with the main stage, there will be kid-friendly programming from story time to magic shows! The best part? Kids get in free!

 

TORONTO’S DOWNTOWN MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL RETURNS FOR ITS SIXTH YEAR ON SATURDAY JUNE 2 & SUNDAY JUNE 3
 AT HISTORIC FORT YORK & GARRISON COMMON

 

Field Trip, Toronto’s essential downtown music and arts festival, returns for its sixth year Saturday and Sunday June 2 and 3. The unofficial kick off to the city’s summer festival season represents a half-decade tradition of world-class music and arts programs inside the beautiful, Historic Fort York & Garrison Common.

Driven by a love of community and discovery, Field Trip 2018 again welcomes an incredible array of musical performances, family / all-ages programming, comedy and more. All the music, food, drink and activities integrate with collaborative explorations on themes of visual art, technology, fashion and beyond.

Field Trip’s one-of-a-kind immersive, intergenerational play space – the beloved Day Camp – will stage its biggest program yet with full programming to be announced in the coming weeks. As with every Field Trip, children 12 years old and under are admitted for free with an accompanying adult ticket purchaser. See below for the Day Camp schedule:

 

In addition to Day Camp, the historic Fort York will be brought to life with collaborative visual art installations from emerging Toronto creatives.
For more Field Trip information and to purchase tickets, visit FIELDTRIPLIFE.COM.

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