It’s about to be a lit summer – especially for throwbacks. Iconic rapper and autotune legend T-Pain will be performing in Toronto, including musical artist Koffee, at this three-day beer festival, this summer. It’s about to be a memorable year.
Toronto’s Festival of Beer kicks off in the city this July for three full days of refreshing brews, delicious eats, and live entertainment you don’t want to miss. Every year, a jaw-dropping list of performers hit the stage at Bandshell Park, from the likes of hip-hop artist Nas, Shaggy and old-school legends Ja Rule and Ashanti.
This year is no different – Each day of the event there will be a performance like no other. Here’s who’s coming for Toronto’s Festival of Beer 2023
Friday: Ice Cube and Big Boi
Saturday: Third Eye Blind
Sunday: T-Pain and Koffee
You’ll have the chance to try hundreds of different beers from local breweries and popular brands as well.
Whether it’s for the beer or the stellar lineup of performances, tickets are now on sale. They can be purchased online, starting at around $79 per ticket depending on the day.
Toronto is about to get warmer & will almost feel like 20°C next week
These are the LCBO & The Beer Store hours for the coming long weekend
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Each GA ticket includes a commemorative festival sampling mug and the first drink free. There’s also a hoptimized ticket option which includes all the same great stuff as a GA ticket but instead, you can enter the park 1.5 hours earlier.
Keep an eye out for the Bandshell Beach Club – Premium Pool and Patio Lounge ticket which is set to launch this spring.
Not only will Nelly and his crew make it ‘Hot in Herre’ this summer in Toronto but so will Snoop Dogg at Budweiser Stage and Lil Wayne at History this spring.
What year is this?!
Toronto’s Festival of Beer
When: July 28th to 30th
Where: Bandshell Park – 100 Prince Edward Island Crescent, Toronto
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