The annual Treefort Music Fest returns to Downtown Boise, Idaho for its 2023 edition and has shared its first and second wave of artists. Now in its 11th year, the festival will feature over 500 bands and run from March 22-26, 2023. All tickets are on sale now and may be purchased here with prices ranging from $100-420 (not including taxes and fees).
For 2023, Treefort will be utilizing most of Julia Davis Park for the home of the new main stage and debut Treefort Must Hall– an all-ages music and events venue owned and operated by Duck Club Entertainment, the parent company and creators of Treefort Music Fest.
Musical notables include Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Dinosaur Jr.,Margo Price, Cautious Clay and Lady Wray while at the Comedyfort sees Tig Notaro headlining. The featured 13 forts are Alefort; Artfort; Comedyfort; Dragfort; Filmfort; Foodfort; Hackfort; Kidfort; Music Talks; Podfort; Skatefort; Storyfort; and Yogafort.
“As Treefort enters its second decade and Boise’s music and broader creative scene continues to gain momentum, we are excited to share the first glimpse of Treefort 2023,” said Eric Gilbert, co-founder and festival director of Treefort Music Fest. “In addition to moving the Treefort Main Stage to a new home within Julia Davis Park, we are reimagining the festival experience for Boise and our visiting attendees from around the world. We are honored to host such talented artists who are doing exciting work and representing a variety of genres and communities. It’s already shaping up to be a great festival – and there’s still much more to come.”
The full festival, rest of the Main Stage and Hideout Stage schedule will be announced in February.
Tickets are now on and may be purchased here. Single day passes start at $100 and General Admission festival pass to all five days of Treefort Music Fest + all fort programming at $270 (prices will go up beginning March 1, 2023). If you want to just watch Main Stage shows, Main Stage passes start at $50 and may be purchased here.
Stay connected to GUM for an upcoming deep dive of acts to watch similar to our 2020 coverage.
Cover photos courtesy of Treefort Staff Photography