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Run The Jewels, Joey Bada$$ and Kehlani Bring The Grooves To Toronto’s TIME Festival

When it comes to festivals, sometimes smaller is better. Time Festival in Fort York, Toronto proved that this weekend with a well curated line-up, relaxed ambiance, and pleasant, somewhat shady setting.

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Kehlani

Kehlani

Sure, the line-up’s headliners (Run The Jewels, Kehlani, Broods, Joey Bada$$) weren’t as big as some other events, and the party just lasted one day rather than two or three, but maybe that’s okay. With less stages, less overlapping sets and ultimately less things to make you uncomfortable, Time provided just enough amenities to make the day of music relaxing. Between the two stages were food trucks, bars, vendors and sponsor tents, with as much variety as you see at some fests twice it’s size. Meanwhile, the artists on stage mixed hip-hop, R’n’B and pop for a fun, upbeat day of music.

Broods

Broods


Broods

Broods


Kehlani

Kehlani


Kehlani

Kehlani

Run the Jewels and Joey Bada$$ were great grabs, both known for putting on energetic sets full of fury. Run the Jewels’ set was slightly groovier than they often are. Kehlani also brought good vibes, as did brother-sister New Zealanders Broods, who we also caught in Chicago this week.

Lower down on the lineup, Everything Everything put on a fun, colorful set as usual and Chrome Sparks played a chill, down-tempo set. Perhaps Time doesn’t have the glitz and glam as some other festivals, but for a day in the park, it had a lot to offer.

Run The Jewels

Run The Jewels


Tokimonsta

Tokimonsta


Cold Cave

Cold Cave


Cold Cave

Cold Cave


Joey Bada$$

Joey Bada$$


Joey Bada$$

Joey Bada$$

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Run The Jewels, Joey Bada$$ and Kehlani Bring The Grooves To Toronto’s TIME Festival

When it comes to festivals, sometimes smaller is better. Time Festival in Fort York, Toronto proved that this weekend with a well curated line-up, relaxed ambiance, and pleasant, somewhat shady setting.

DSC07615

Kehlani

Kehlani

Sure, the line-up’s headliners (Run The Jewels, Kehlani, Broods, Joey Bada$$) weren’t as big as some other events, and the party just lasted one day rather than two or three, but maybe that’s okay. With less stages, less overlapping sets and ultimately less things to make you uncomfortable, Time provided just enough amenities to make the day of music relaxing. Between the two stages were food trucks, bars, vendors and sponsor tents, with as much variety as you see at some fests twice it’s size. Meanwhile, the artists on stage mixed hip-hop, R’n’B and pop for a fun, upbeat day of music.

Broods

Broods


Broods

Broods


Kehlani

Kehlani


Kehlani

Kehlani

Run the Jewels and Joey Bada$$ were great grabs, both known for putting on energetic sets full of fury. Run the Jewels’ set was slightly groovier than they often are. Kehlani also brought good vibes, as did brother-sister New Zealanders Broods, who we also caught in Chicago this week.

Lower down on the lineup, Everything Everything put on a fun, colorful set as usual and Chrome Sparks played a chill, down-tempo set. Perhaps Time doesn’t have the glitz and glam as some other festivals, but for a day in the park, it had a lot to offer.

Run The Jewels

Run The Jewels


Tokimonsta

Tokimonsta


Cold Cave

Cold Cave


Cold Cave

Cold Cave


Joey Bada$$

Joey Bada$$


Joey Bada$$

Joey Bada$$

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