Treefort Music festival (Boise, Idaho) postponed until 23-27 September.
Treefort Music Fest is an annual music and arts festival featuring over 400 bands plus film, art, comedy, yoga, and more across multiple venues in downtown Boise in March. Now in its ninth year, the 2020 festival is set for September 23-27th..
Treefort offers multiple ticket options:
- TREEFORT – 210$ (access to all venues, though if a venue or event is fullm you have to wait in line)
- ZIPLINE – 385$ (helps skip the lines to the music venues but non-priority access to public forts)
- Under 21 – 125$ (access only to all ages stages)
- Bed Head – 230$ (all venues + public forts)
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Lineup And Schedule
Treefort’s lineup for 2020 includes such names as Chromatics, Japanese Breakfast, Omar Apollo, AJJ, Magic Sword and many other artists. See the full schedule here.
Where to Stay During Festival
Frequently Answered Question
Can I bring my kiddos?
Absolutely, the festival is all ages though some venues are age-restrickted. Children 12 and below are free to attend.
How do I get around Treefort without a car?
All of the venues and forts are very close together and Boise has a downtown that’s flat, so getting around on foot, bike, skateboard or hoverboard is the easiest and cheapest!
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes. Printed tickets are redeemable for your Treefort Music Fest wristband at the Treefort Box Office.
What to wear for the Treefort Festival?
Shine bright like a diamond, but don’t forget about the comfort. A pair of shorts and a T-Shirt, sundress or a tank top always make a perfect combination for the great Treefort festival outfits.
Do not forget about the warm clothing for the night’s cold. Always put on the comfortable shoes that will let you dance and walk a lot.
What to Bring with Yourself for Camping?
The following items will be useful:
- Air mattress
- Portable music speaker/fan
- First aid kit
- Portable charger
- Baby wipes
- Air sofa