All photos courtesy of EI
Now in its second year, WayHome Music and Arts Festival has quickly become one of Canada's most popular multi-day festivals, thanks to Burl's Creek in idyllic Oro-Medonte, Ontario, being a convenient two-hour drive from Toronto, and a lineup stacked with the biggest names in electronic, hip-hop, and indie rock. While fans flocked in droves to catch headlining performances from Arcade Fire, The Killers, and the reunited LCD Soundsystem, the weekend also featured sets from FKA twigs, Major Lazer, Vince Staples, and more.
From totems bearing the face of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to an actual owl trainer, we sent Toronto photographer EI to capture the sights and sounds of WayHome 2016, and she came back with the below images.
A Tribe Called Red