Treefort Music Fest 2018 has been a whirlwind for festival goers, whether the came from near or far.
Thousands of people swarmed downtown Boise during the five-day festival for live music, arts and culture programs and even family-friendly events at Kid Fort.
Russian activists Pussy Riot grabbed headlines and prompted hundreds of fans to wait in line along Idaho Street to snag a spot to see them at El Korah Shrine Saturday night.
But the Shriners' hospitality wasn't the only welcoming venue in Idaho's capital city.
More than 20 spots opened their doors to the roughly 400 artists (and crowds escaping the snow Sunday morning) who shuttled into town for Treefort.
Here are some of our favorite shots from the weekend that we won't soon forget.
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