Even the lack of sun and a touch of rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of us resilient field trippers on day two in Toronto. I mean, who could blame us, with a Sunday line up featuring the likes of Father John Misty, Rhye, My Mourning Jacket and many more?
Local A&C trio Absolutely Free kicked off the day and helped cure the morning hangovers still sported by most. Lee Fields grooved Toronto into submission while Temples blew them away. Dan Mangan played a quick 15 minute set at the kids stage, which as you can see below, was mostly adults. We burnt out an entire battery and memory card at the always exhilarating Father John Misty (hence the 10 photos below). Throwback feels were felt through Hayden at the Fort York stage, while a flat out dance party occured to Marina and the Diamonds at the Garrison. Many chose to end their day on a chilled note with the incredibly talented, sometimes awkward Rhye, but other jammed out in the rain to the legendary My Morning Jacket.
One things for certain, Fort York and the waterfront is an amazing home for the Field Trip music festival. The local, rustic Canadian vibe, the scenery, and the music all feels very Toronto. Huge thanks to Arts and Crats for the incredible amount of sweat, tears and love they’ve injected into this annual summer fling. We look forward to it all over again in 2016.
Check out our snaps below.
My Mourning Jacket
Marina and the Diamonds
Father John Misty
Dan Mangan (Kids Stage)