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Spring Sessions Heads Back To The Fort On May Two Four Weekend

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Spring Sessions of Toronto’s Festival of Beer returns to Fork York: Garrison Common on May Two Four Weekend

Toronto, ON – The fourth annual Spring Sessions of Toronto’s most iconic beer festival, Toronto’s Festival of Beer, comes home to its roots on the May long weekend, Saturday, May 20 and Sunday, May 21, at the historic Fort York: Garrison Common (250 Fort York Boulevard). New for this year, the festival is introducing Campfire Sessions, which features live acoustic performances by the Juno award winning trio, Elliott Brood on May 20 and east-coast bred, Toronto-based rockers The Trews, on May 21.

“Spring Sessions of Toronto’s Festival of Beer is going to be an incredible time to stay in the city,” said Les Murray, President of Beerlicious Inc., “We have Canadian rockers Elliott Brood and The Trews headlining our festival, along with a fantastic selection of brews to sample and a great roster of local restaurants and food trucks for people to enjoy. We’re also bringing back the cottage in the city theme this year, with fire pits, outdoor games and lawn chairs to tie the theme together – you don’t want to miss it!”

Get Spring Sessions Tickets Now! (and use code SAVEFIVE to save $5 off your tickets)

Building on last year’s success, Spring Sessions of Toronto’s Festival of Beer will celebrate the cottage theme again this May long weekend: with more games, entertainment, BBQ and beer than ever before. To add to the excitement, the festival will have fire pits on site that are scheduled to ignite during the Campfire Sessions while marshmallows will be handed out to attendees to create an unforgettable and delicious experience.

Tickets to Spring Sessions of Toronto’s Festival of Beer are on sale now. Earlybird tickets start at $30, while regular price tickets start at $35. All tickets include a commemorative festival sampling mug and five sampling tokens.

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About Spring Sessions of Toronto’s Festival of Beer:

Spring Sessions of Toronto’s Festival of Beer is a 19+ sampling event that is hosted by the same company that powers Canada’s largest beer festival, Toronto’s Festival of Beer.

The 2017 edition of Spring Sessions takes place on Saturday, May 20 and Sunday, May 21 during the Victoria Day long-weekend at Fort York: Garrison Common (250 Fort York Boulevard).

The event celebrates Canada’s rich brewing history with experts of the brewing craft from around Ontario and a wide selection of restaurateurs, food trucks and performances for people to enjoy, all within a cottage theme. Featuring 30+ brands onsite, this is Canada’s premier celebration of the golden beverage and cottage in the city!

About Elliott Brood:

Elliott BROOD’s brand of fuzzed-up roots music makes for captivating, frenetic performances, which also translates on the band’s acclaimed records. Elliott BROOD has won a Juno, been nominated for Genie Award and hit the Polaris Short List. Their style has been called everything from ‘blackgrass’ to ‘death country,’ but those descriptions don’t capture the transcendent heights of their unique approach to roots music. Work and Love, their most recent and most personal album to date, is the sound of a grown-up band searching their hearts for all they’ve lost and gained. They are presently in studio working on the follow up  album Ghost Gardens which is set for release in the Fall of 2017.

About The Trews:

The Trews are a Canadian hard rock band from Antigonish, Nova Scotia, consisting of vocalist Colin MacDonald, guitarist John-Angus MacDonald, bassist Jack Syperek, and drummer Gavin Maguire. The band is currently based in Toronto, Ontario.

The band started their career with the name One I’d Trouser, a line taken from a song in Monty Python’s “The Meaning Of Life”. They changed their name to Trouser, and eventually The Trews. They released an EP as One I’d Trouser, and a second EP under the name The Trews.

In the early summer of 2002 the band entered Rocksearch, a high-profile contest that is held annually by CHTZ-FM, a St. Catharines (Southern Ontario) rock radio station. Winning the contest would prove to be their big break as they soon landed a recording contract with Bumstead Productions Ltd.

Since then, the band has released five studio albums, three live albums, one compilation album, and five EPs. The Trews have also won a number of awards for their work, including: Seven East Coast Music Awards (ECMA), Three Independant Music Awards (US), and Five Juno Award nominations.

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#TFOB2017 Presents Sloan

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Legendary Canadian Rockers SLOAN to perform at Toronto’s Festival of Beer 2017, presented by the Beer Store

Toronto, ON (February 15, 2017) – You’d have to be a fool, not to think about it! Toronto’s Festival of Beer (TFOB 2017), presented by the Beer Store is back on July 28-30, 2017 at Bandshell Park, Exhibition Place. This year, Juno award winning rock band Sloan will headline the festival on Saturday, July 29 presented by 94.9 the Rock.

“We are very excited to have Sloan play TFOB 2017,” said Les Murray, President of Toronto’s Festival of Beer, “The Saturday of the festival has always been the most talked about day of that weekend because the atmosphere can’t be compared to anything else and this year is gearing up to be another big one. It’s a day and performance that you won’t want to miss!”

Get #TFOB2017 Tickets!

Use code BEER to save $5 off General Admission Tickets!

This year, TFOB 2017 will be celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday by creating a massive 100, 000 square-foot pavilion which showcases both beer and culinary delights from various regions across Canada. As part of this celebration TFOB 2017 will also be showcasing various musical acts that hail from different regions in Canada, as well as the U.S. Sloan is the first of three headliners to be announced. Headliners for Friday and Sunday of TFOB 2017 will be announced in the coming weeks.

Tickets for Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store sell out in advance every year — so consumers are encouraged to buy early. Tickets can be purchased HERE and are $42.50 with the ability to Hoptimize the experience for an extra $12. A Hoptimized ticket gives the consumer early access and 5 extra sample tokens. Toronto’s Festival of Beer is a 19+ event.

About Sloan:

Over the course of their 25 year career, the four songwriters in Sloan have amassed an outstanding collection of over 200 songs on eleven studio albums.  Recently named one of Canada’s top five bands of all-time in a CBC critics poll, Sloan continue to write, record and tour well into their third decade together.

Last year, Sloan took to the road performing over 70 shows in celebration of the 20th anniversary of their album “One Chord To Another”.  2017 will find the band in studio writing and recording new material.  This summer the band will be performing their hits and fan favourites at festival concerts across North America. Check out Sloan’s official website HERE.

About Toronto’s Festival of Beer:

Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store is a celebration of Canada’s rich brewing history, showcasing experts of the brewing craft from around the world. Featuring more than 300 brands, TFOB takes place July 28-30, 2017 at Bandshell Park in Exhibition Place, Toronto. This is a 19+ event.

For more Information, please contact:

Davide De Laurentiis

(416) 635-9889 x27

Dav@intelivents.com

Jon Sinden

(416) 635-9889 x26

jon@intelivents.com

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TFOB Sunday Music Line-Up Released

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We’re are so stoked to see The Temperance Movement live on the Bandshell stage on Sunday, July 24. This is one of those bands that you’ll claim you discovered before all your friends. They are gunna blow people’s minds. Still don’t have tickets? Use code BLOG and get your tickets now!

TFOB Sunday Main Stage Music Line Up presented by Rock 94.9

12:00pm – **Doors Open for Hoptimized Ticket Holders**

1:30pm – **General Admission Doors Open**

2:00pm –  Rebel Emergency

3:00pm – Abbamania – as part of Sample Sweden

4:20pm -The Mandevilles

5:10pm – Attica Riots

6:30pm – The Temperance Movement

7:30pm – **Last Call For Alcohol**

8:00pm – Closed

Get a taste of The Temperance Movement live in concert:

Have a look-see and what to expect from Attica Riots:

And here’s glimpse of Rebel Emergency:

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TFOB Friday Music Schedule Released

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Here’s what’s on tap for TFOB Friday: Canadian Hip Hop Pioneer Maestro Fresh Wes and Hip Hop Icons House Of Pain, paired with 333 beautiful brews, over 16 delicious food vendors, the Club House La Grille Grilling Tent and Sample Sweden – a 10,000 sq/ft pavilion dedicated to all things Swedish. Tickets are now SOLD OUT, so thank you for your support!

TFOB Friday Main Stage Music Line Up presented by 93.5 the MOVE

3:00pm – **Doors Open for Hoptimized Ticket Holders**

4:30 – **General Admission Doors Open**

5:30 – Kaydee

6:30 – Kayo

7:30 – Jelleestone

8:30 – Maestro Fresh Wes

9:30 – House Of Pain

10:30 – **Last Call For Alcohol**

11:00 – Closed

Get a taste of House Of Pain live in this vid:

Take a look at this Maestro classic to get you pumped:

And Here’s one of Maestro’s latest:

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Uber Eats + Toronto’s Festival Of Beer

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**This offer has ended. If you received a voucher from Uber Eats on Monday, July 18th, be sure to claim your ticket! See you on Sunday, July 24th!**

 

Maybe you heard the news? Think last week’s Uber Eats Ice Cream promotion: but beer! We’ve gone and partnered with them for a very solid offer. (We actually can’t believe the bosses approved this one) Every Uber Eats order on Monday, July 18th comes with one Sunday ticket to Toronto’s Festival of Beer.

Order from Uber Eats and you’ll get a voucher for a TFOB Sunday ticket. Each voucher has a one time use code that can be entered HERE. There are a limited amount of tickets and once they run out, they run out. Must be 19+ to redeem. (We will check your ID on-site)

Happy eating and see you on Sunday, July 24 at Bandshell Park, Exhibition Place for The Temperance Movement and Attica Riots. See the full line-up HERE.

 

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