Field Trip 2016: Festival Wrap-up

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The fourth annual Field Trip Music & Arts Festival returned to Toronto’s Fort York and Garrison Commons this past weekend. Run by the city’s beloved indie label, Arts & Crafts, the two-day long event truly encompasses the best attributes of a music festival. The people who make up Field Trip, whether they be attendees, vendors, volunteers or security, are some of the most genuine spirits you will find. It could be argued that Never have I been to a festival that attracts such a respectful and friendly audience. The diversity of families, couples, and friends makes for a feel good atmosphere where strangers don’t think twice before striking up a conversation amongst themselves.

Boasting incredible performances from The National, July Talk, Bully, Charles Bradley, DIIV and Of Montreal, Field Trip continues to one-up itself from the year before. This is a young festival with a lot of promise, and we look forward to watching it grow.

All photos by Ben Bush

Saturday June 4

Bully

Bully


Bully

Bully


Holy Fuck  with Carmen Elle of Diana

Holy Fuck with Carmen Elle of Diana


Holy Fuck

Holy Fuck


July Talk

July Talk


July Talk

July Talk


July Talk

July Talk


July Talk

July Talk


Kevin Drew

Kevin Drew


Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning

Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning


The National

The National


The National

The National


The National

The National


The National

The National


The National

The National

Sunday June 5

Charles Bradley

Charles Bradley


Charles Bradley

Charles Bradley


Charles Bradley

Charles Bradley


DIIV

DIIV


DIIV

DIIV


Of Montreal

Of Montreal


Of Montreal

Of Montreal


Of Montreal

Of Montreal


Of Montreal

Of Montreal


Of Montreal

Of Montreal


Robyn

Robyn


Robyn

Robyn


Robyn

Robyn