Toronto’s Downtown Music and Arts Festival.
Field Trip Music & Arts Festival will return to Fort York and Garrison Common on Saturday, July 9 for a one-day event filled with live music, great local food and a popular Day Camp programming for kids. The diverse lineup of performers crosses many genres and offers something for everyone, featuring: Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Peach Pit, Kurt Vile and the Violators, Lucy Dacus, The Halluci Nation, Valley, Busty and the Bass, The Rheostatics, The Rural Alberta Advantage, Haviah Mighty, Daisy the Great, Pierre Kwenders, Georgia Harmer and Ombiigizi.
Originally launched in 2013, as a part of record label Arts & Crafts’ 10th anniversary celebrations, Field Trip grew to become synonymous with the start of summer in Toronto, enjoying rare status as a favourite festival for music fans, families and performers alike. The cross-generational festival has always been rooted in community, striving to bring people together through music and art, creating space for discovery, and celebrating Toronto. The festival went on hiatus in 2019, and returns now with Alibi Entertainment Inc. as a partner.
General Admission $114.50 ($142.66 including fees & taxes)
Children 12 years old and under can attend the event for free (2 children per General Admission ticket). Includes In & Out Privileges
VIP Admission $194.50 ($233.06 including fees & taxes)
In & Out Privileges, PLUS Exclusive Viewing Area & Restrooms, Dedicated Entrance, More Food & Drink options. Due to limited capacity, all standing persons (including children) require a VIP ticket to enter the VIP section.