The 2023 festival will feature 327 artists.
BOISE, Idaho — Treefort has released the second wave lineup for its 11th annual music festival. The event is attended by his 327 artists from 24 countries and 31 states.
Megan Stoll, co-founder and marketing director of Treefort Music Fest, said: “The Treefort 11 line-up includes so many amazing women and so many different genres. ”
Next year’s festival runs from Wednesday March 22nd to Sunday March 26th. Tickets go on sale for his Friday, December 16th. You can see the full line-up and purchase tickets on the Treefort website.
Treefort offers a 5-day pass for $270, a main stage pass for $50, and a 1-day pass for $100. The festival also offers a variety of other passes to accommodate different needs and schedules, including those under the age of 21. The price of the 5-day pass will increase from March 1st.
The festival, now in its 11th year, will also add several new venues. The main stage will move to Julia Davis Park, Treefort’s own music hall will open, and a pop-up venue will be held at the old downtown Boise Greyhound Bus Station.
According to a press release, notable artists performing at next year’s festival include Dinosaur Jr., Leyland Baxter, Yaya Bay, Charlotte Adigely & Boris Pupul, Leikeli 47, Whitney, Ani DiFranco, Built to Spill and Unknown Mortal. Orchestra, Kosher Clay, Hermanos Gutierrez, etc.
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