Toronto’s Field Trip Festival has announced they will be taking a hiatus in 2019 with their goal being a return in 2020.
In a statement on their official Instagram page, the festival said, “since its launch in 2013, we have proudly grown Field Trip Music & Arts Festival into a multi-disciplinary, cross-generational event unlike any other. Thanks to the timeless performances of each artist, our partners, supporters, and most of all, our fans, Field Trip has become the distinctive start of summertime in Downtown Toronto, and our favourite weekend of the year.”
“While the festival has grown more meaningful with each passing edition, we have made the difficult decision to take some much-needed time off in 2019,” the statement continues. “Field Trip will go on hiatus with the goal of returning in 2020 with renewed vision and continued commitment to an unparalleled gathering of music, art, comedy, food & drink, and family.”
Since its launch in 2013, Field Trip has featured performance by the likes of: Broken Social Scene, Feist, Interpol, The Kills, Alabama Shakes, Purity Ring, Arkells, The War On Drugs, My Morning Jacket, The National, Robyn, Metric, Phoenix, among others.