Events in Toronto today bring good news to music lovers as Field Trip kicks off at Fort York. Elsewhere, there's a vintage streetwear flea, artwalk, a beer festival and a big street festival on Dundas West.Events you might want to check out:
Vintage Streetwear Flea Market (June 2 @ 1305 Dundas St W)
This huge flea market will be stuffed with vintage streetwear from luxury brands like Tommy Hilfiger, Champion, Kappa, Gucci and Ralph Lauren.
Summerdaze Season Opener (June 2 @ 54 Fraser Ave)
This bash in Liberty Village promises music, food and good vibes.
Lady Beer Festival (June 2 @ Wychwood Barns)
The Society of Beer Drinking Ladies hosts a huge craft beer festival featuring samples, lady food vendors and a lady-maker marketplace.
Sudden Impulse Film Festival (June 2 @ Revue Cinema)
Local filmmakers host a night of funny and weird projects that came to them on a whim, also featuring a performance by Slowfish.
The Art of Craft Beer (June 2 @ Ashbridge Estate)
Art and booze come together in a holy union for a festival of both, including vendors, Ontario brewers, food and live bands.
Hillary's Murder Mystery (June 2 @ Bad Dog Comedy Theatre)
The Space edition of the comedy show is inspired by the new Star Wars that reimagines the story as a murder mystery whodunit.
Home Brew (June 2 @ The Baby G)
Toronto DJ hey!dw returns to headline the event she created four years ago to feature artists of colour, LGBTQ+ and female-identifying musicians.
Field Trip (June 2-3 @ Fort York National Historic Site)
Toronto's annual downtown music and arts festival starts today with a a solid list of headliners like Metric, Damian Marley and Bahamas.
Riverdale ArtWalk (June 2-3 @ Jimmie Simpson Park and Community Centre)
This free two-day public fine art exhibition showcases both established and emerging artists, including local community groups and food vendors.
Dundas West Fest (June 1-2 @ Dundas Street West)
It's the last day to check out this huge neighbourhood festival with food, music, activities and a Harry Potter-themed drinking station.
by Lisa Power via blogTO