Boise’s Treefort Music Fest has released their third and final artist announcement for this year’s event. Click here to see the whole list of 432 bands set to play the March festival.
Yes – 432.
That’s actually fewer than last year, when 469 groups descended upon downtown Boise to rock out almost around the clock. The decrease doesn’t mean there won’t be as much music though: Many artists will play more than once over the course of the five-day festival.
The third announcement of musicians includes an eclectic mix of artists, like DJ and producer Shiba San singer songwriter Esme Patterson, and Boise’s own Treepeople.
There’s going to be changes to venues this year too, with more details coming next week. Ticket prices will go up to $220 on March 1, the most the festival has ever charged for five-day tickets.
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