The 2024 Treefort Music Fest lineup includes more than 420 artists from 33 states and 22 different countries. The event kicks off March 20 in downtown Boise.

BOISE, Idaho — Treefort Music Fest is set to celebrate its 12th year of bringing live performers to downtown Boise. On Wednesday, the popular music festival unveiled its third and final wave of artists for the 2024 event.

The festival is taking place March 20 through March 24 in Julia Davis Park with more than 420 artists from 33 US states and 22 different countries.

Event organizers even poked fun at the amount of performers in a Facebook post, saying “get out your magnifying glass,” as the sheer amount of performers is hard to fit on the poster.

Treefort 2024 lineup (just to name a few):

  • A Place to Bury Strangers 
  • Armand Hammer
  • Briston Maroney 
  • Built to Spill
  • Celisse 
  • Channel Tres 
  • Deap Vally 
  • Dehd
  • Devandra Banhart 
  • DRAMA 
  • Dry Cleaning 
  • Franc Moody 
  • K.Flay
  • Messthetics & James Brandon Lewis 
  • Neko Case 
  • Patrick Watson & Boise Phil
  • Shamir 
  • Sonido Gallo Negro
  • The National Parks 
  • Ty Segall 

Click here for an up-close look at the entire lineup.


Aside from music, Treefort will also feature a series of other “forts” – micro-festivals – within the larger event. The other forts coming to the City of Trees this spring are listed below:

  • Alefort
  • Artfort
  • Comedyfort
  • Dragfort
  • Filmfort
  • Foodfort
  • Hackfort
  • Kidfort
  • Podfort
  • Skatefort
  • Storyfort
  • Yogafort

Tickets are on sale now, and cost $295 for the Festival Pass and $420 for the Zipline Pass. Tickets can be purchased at this link.

Treefort is seeking volunteers for the 2024 festival. Organizers said that in the last decade, the fest has brought on more than 3,000 volunteers to help make Treefort happen. 

Volunteers work 15 hours (three shifts) during the festival and receive a five-day Festival Pass. To learn more about how to volunteer, visit the Treefort volunteer webpage.

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