Thursday, June 14, 2018

TFOB 2018 sounds Beerlicious

Cold beer and great music are being announced for the upcoming Toronto Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store at Exhibition Place July 26 to 29. Bands start Thursday at the OLG Bandshell Stage with Broken Social Scene and The Rural Alberta Advantage, on Friday; Ludacris, on Saturday; Dwayne Gretzky and on Sunday, the final day of the Festival of Beer; I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven.

“We are thrilled to present this great lineup, on the opening night of TFOB 2018,” said Les Murray, President and Owner of Beerlicious and Toronto’s Festival of Beer. “Bringing together much loved Toronto based Broken Social Scene and The Rural Alberta Advantage is sure to make Thursday night a can’t miss. It is a great night for consumers to enjoy a first taste of the beer, food,and music presented at TFOB. We hope to see you there!”

Broken Social Scene is a Toronto based indie rock band of indeterminate size founded in 1999 by Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning. The duo released their first album in 2001 which also featured a number of guest performers. By their second album, released in 2002, the band included 11 musicians and won their first Juno Award as Best Alternative Album in 2003.

Rural Alberta Advantage is an award winning trio of musicians playing percussive folk songs know as "Canada's best unsigned band" and has been nominated for two Juno Awards. Amy Cole, Paul Banwatt and Nils Edenloff have released The Wild, their fourth album and have collaborated with Mill Street Brewery for RAAle which will be available at the festival.

OLG is supporting the live music at the Bandshell Stage and will also present the OLG Winners' Corner with a chance to win VIP experiences, prizes and exclusive access.

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