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Spring Sessions of Toronto's most iconic beer festival returns... .@TOBeerFestival #Toronto


returns to Fork York: Garrison Common
May Two Four Weekend 



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!"  

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 at www.beerfestival.ca. 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 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 annual radio contest. 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.

CHECK OUT OUR PHOTO COVERAGE LAST YEAR
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 Spring Sessions / Beer Fest 2016




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