The Beer Store presents Toronto’s Festival of Beer: July 22nd-24th
Toronto, ON – Fresh off the heels of their successful new studio album, The Temperance Movement will unleash their smash-and-grab rocker sound at this year’s Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by The Beer Store. On July 24, the London and Glasgow native rockers will hit the OLG Bandshell Stage in Exhibition Place presented by 94.9 the Rock, to close out one of the cities longest running and most epic summer festival for 2016.
“The Temperance Movement has the perfect sound to close out this year’s Toronto’s Festival of Beer,” said Les Murray, President of Intelivents, and operator of Toronto’s Festival of Beer. “Paired with the best selection of beer, this year has the recipe to be the best event we’ve had to date.”
Fans from across the country will come to Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by The Beer Store to celebrate their favourite golden beverage while enjoying culinary delights from some of Canada’s top chefs, beer education sessions, live grilling demos and so much more!
Last year, over 35,000 attendees enjoyed live music from great acts like Naughty By Nature, 54-40, and Lowest of The Low. This year, fans will enjoy House Of Pain on Friday night and Big Sugar on Saturday afternoon.
Tickets for Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store sell out in advance every year — so get yours now! Tickets can be purchased online at beerfestival.ca and are $42.50 with the ability to Hoptimize your experience for an extra $12. Hoptimizing your ticket will gain you early access and 5 extra sample tokens. * Save $5 off regular ticket by using the promo code BLOG *. This is a 19+ event.
About The Temperance Movement:
Hailing from London and Glasgow, The Temperance Movement are a five-piece band featuring front man Phil Campbell, bassist Nick Fyffe, guitarists Paul Sayer and Matt White, and drummer Damon Wilson. Prior to forming the band, the members each played and performed with prominent acts including Deep Purple, Jamiroquai, Ray Davies, The Waterboys, Jack Bruce and even James Brown.
When the friends got together for a jam in 2011, everything they’d experienced as sidemen and session men coalesced, and The Temperance Movement was born. 2012’s five-track Pride EP introduced them to the world, and their debut studio album, 2014’s The Temperance Movement announced the arrival of a major rock band. White Bear is their giant step forward.
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 22-24, 2016 at Bandshell Park in Exhibition Place, Toronto.
Purchase tickets here.