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Field Trip overcomes the rain to shine for another year

Now in its fourth year, Field Trip has once again lived up to the hype as one of the city's best outdoor music festivals. With headliners including The National, July Talk, Santigold, Charles Bradley, Jazz Cartier and Robyn closing off the weekend at Fort York Garrison, the festival has worked out most of the kinks for beer and food lines and brought the good vibes in full.

Despite a storm that blew into town on Sunday afternoon that suspended the festival for three hours (and led to confusion on both patrons and security) for how to evacuate the premises, the show continued with shortened sets, starting with the Screaming Eagle of Soul, Charles Bradley, and ending with a collective dance party with Robyn.

Check out all the highlights in this photo gallery from Field Trip 2016.


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