Field Trip Music & Arts Festival 2014

Jun 07 - Jun 08 2014

Toronto, Ontario (Fort York Garrison Common)

$125 (GA); $200 (VIP)

A two day music festival presented by Arts & Crafts Records, taking place in Toronto Canada.

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