On-hiatus Toronto indie-rock collective Broken Social Scene will be mended for a one-gig reunion this spring, at a festival celebrating the 10th anniversary of its record label Arts & Crafts.

All artists from the respected Canadian indie imprint will gather for the Field Trip Music & Arts Festival on June 8 at Fort York & Garrison Common in Toronto, including decorated songstress Feist, acoustic troubadour Hayden and British dance-rock outfit Bloc Party.

Tickets go on sale Wednesday for the concert, which will also feature Ra Ra Riot, Timber Timbre and Cold Specks.

But the biggest lure for fans will likely be the reformed Broken Social Scene, who have been on indefinite hiatus since a Nov. 2011 show in Brazil that the group had predicted would be its last.

Indeed, this festival performance is being billed as a one-night only return.

"I think if it was in any other situation, they wouldn't necessarily come back," said Arts & Crafts co-founder Jeffrey Remedios in a telephone interview, noting that the members of the group remain close friends but are currently focused on other pursuits.

"Without Broken Social Scene, there would be no Arts & Crafts.... The first 10 records we put out were in some way related to Broken Social Scene. So they're going to play one show to help Arts & Crafts celebrate 10 years.

"It'll be really special to see," he added. "They've always been about reinvention, so they'll probably pull on a lot of stuff they're working on now, and mix that in with stuff people are going to expect to see."

And the stacked concert won't be the only way in which Arts & Crafts will mark this milestone.

The label is also planning a photography exhibit by Toronto-based photographer Norman Wong, as well as a series of fashion collaborations with Canadian designer Jeremy Laing and a retrospective collection of hits, rarities and B-sides culled from the past decade and packaged as a vinyl boxed set or deluxe double-disc release.

Also in the works is an altogether new collection of collaborative works by Arts & Crafts artists, a combination of new tunes and fresh interpretations featuring what Remedios says will be almost the label's entire roster.