FIELD TRIP returns for 2014 – expanding from its organic beginnings as a celebration of Arts & Crafts’ 10th anniversary two-day boutique music and arts festival situated in the heart of downtown Toronto at Historic Fort York & Garrison Common.
The 2014 edition will unfold across two days, headlined once again by A&C flagship group Broken Social Scene’s sole performance of the year, this time joined by legendary New York rock band Interpol alongside a mix of Canadian and international headliners and exciting emerging talent.
Notably, Field Trip will host the return of beloved Guelph icons Constantines, with 2014 marking a special 11th anniversary of their seminal album Shine A Light.
Other highlights include Hydra – the musical project of AroarA, Feist, and Snowblink, Chvrches, The Kills, Lord Huron and Washed Out, and collaborators Gord Downie & The Sadies.
And, like last year – Field Trip will program well beyond music – with a focus on highlighting the community’s best culinary offerings, as well as collaborative explorations on the themes of art, photography, technology, fashion and more.
Families are welcome and encouraged. Kids 12 and under get in free.
“It was always going to be a tough task to match the magic and wonder of our first Field Trip but we’re going for it. We’re hosting a killer lineup that still includes – and now reaches beyond – the Arts & Crafts roster. Around the festival grounds you’ll find an even more awesome array of creative activities, artist collaborations and bespoke vendors. There’s so much to explore and experience that we couldn’t fit it all in one day, so Field Trip is now a weekend-long celebration of our great Toronto… our creative communities, our global spirit and our love of music.”
– Jeffrey Remedios, Arts & Crafts President and Field Trip Co-Director
FIELD TRIP MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL
Saturday June 7 & Sunday June 8
Fort York & Garrison Common
Gates at 12PM
Two Stages / Rain or Shine
BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE
GORD DOWNIE & THE SADIES
HALF MOON RUN
DO MAKE SAY THINK
A TRIBE CALLED RED
REUBEN AND THE DARK