Finding Our WAYHOME

This weekend, music lovers from all over joined together for a three day camping festival at the beautiful Burl’s Creek Event Grounds in Oro Medonte, Ontario for the WAYHOME Music +Arts festival. With over 24 food and drink vendors, a general store, daily farmers markets, multiple stages, camping ground and much, much more….what else could you need for the perfect summer weekend away? This summer is officially the summer of music festivals for me. The sun, the tunes, the fashion…I just can’t get enough of them. So for all of you that were able to go, or sadly missed it, here is a little re-cap of the WAYHOME Music + Arts festival!
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Way homeWay homeThe WayMarket Our good friends over at ETSY rounded together 20 very unique sellers to bring their crafts and goods all the way to the festival. From fashion, to jewellery and accessories to home decor and more…these ETSY vendors added a unique, and home made touch, to this creative weekend.   WAYHOME was not only just a music festival but also celebrate the arts by showcasing the work of talented artists throughout the festival. The Toronto-based Drake Hotel also added to the creativity found a the festival by curating a pop-up exhibition in their VIP Barn which experimented and played with the space in contemporary and innovative ways.
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The WayEats Whether you have been to The Drake Hotel on Queen Street West, downtown in the financial district or spent a weekend away at the Drake Devonshire, each one of their great outposts are known for the delicious dishes that they are whipping up in their kitchen. As a special treat for the VIP guests at WAYHOME Music +Arts, The Drake Hotel created a pop-up culinary market showcasing some of your favourite dishes off their menu. From the feel food favourite at The Drake Cafe, to the summer seafood flavours of the Drake Fish Camp to indulging in the fun flavours of the Drake Fiesta and Drake BBQ, there was plenty to choose from during this weekend long festival. And if that wasn’t enough, guests were able to order breakfast in bed delivered RIGHT to their tent! Now that’s what I call glamping!
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