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Broken Social Scene Celebrate Arts & Crafts 10-Year Anniversary With Field Trip Festival

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Ten years ago Broken Social Scene‘s Kevin Drew co-founded the Toronto-based label and artist services company Arts & Crafts.

To celebrate its decade of existence Arts & Crafts is launching its own special event called the Field Trip Music & Arts Festival, taking place on June 8 at Toronto’s Fort York and Garrison Common. Providing the day’s musical tunes will be none other than Broken Social Scene, ending their two year hiatus, as well as guests Feist, Bloc Party, Trust, Ra Ra Riot, and many other performers.

In addition to the festival Arts & Crafts has planned a number of additional events and releases, including a collaborative collection of recordings between its stable of artists, rarities collections, a photography exhibit by Norman Wong, a fashion gallery from eremy Laing, and a short ficiton contest involving Broken Social Scene’s album You Forgto It In People.

Down below you can watch a trailer for the Field Trip Festival:



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January 24th 2019

Local news is important for the community. They don’t only get informed about the latest changes in the local society, but also they find out about local events, annual events or festivals, and other important gatherings. If a festival isn’t advertised properly not many people will attend it. Place your news correctly to reach the right audience. For example, the West Los Angeles news is a great source of information, which contains details about the latest national stories and local news and events.