Treefort Music Fest Announces Second Round of Artists for 2019 Festival 

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Harrison Berry

They came with names that could easily be mistaken for nearby WiFi networks (or their passwords), common words aggressively misspelled by children or Millennial shibboleths. Together, they are the latest batch of bands slated to perform at Treefort Music Fest between March 20 and 24, 2019.

Well more than 100 music acts are part of the latest announcement. The Vince Staples show got top billing, and organizers warn that its Wednesday, March 20, performance at The Knitting Factory is expected to be jam-packed. The Knit has set aside 400 individual tickets to the show that guarantee access, and there's room inside for an additional 600 Treefort wristband-wearers. The guaranteed-entry passes are $30 general admission or $75 for one of the 84 seats in the skybox.

Here's the full lineup:
  • Vince Staples
  • American Football
  • Built To Spill
  • mewithoutYou
  • Tigers Jaw
  • Cherry Glazerr
  • Jpegmafia
  • Gaelynn Lea
  • Sudan Archives
  • Sierra Hull
  • Nappy Roots
  • Flint Eastwood
  • TEEN
  • Jeff Crosby & The Refugees
  • Ava Luna
  • THE LIBRARIAN & MAT THE ALIEN (B2B)
  • Goopsteppa
  • Liz Cooper & The Stampede
  • Califone
  • With Child
  • Bells Atlas
  • Nick Delffs
  • The Blank Tapes
  • Pinky Pinky
  • Goodbye Honolulu
  • 208 Ensemble
  • Nick Zoulek
  • WEEED
  • Sun Blood Stories
  • Sunbathe
  • Illuminati Hotties
  • Reptaliens
  • Afrosonics
  • Lee Corey Oswald
  • Western Daughter
  • Chong The Nomad
  • Linqua Franqa
  • Video Age
  • Mega Ran
  • Morgin Madison
  • Moorea Masa & The Mood
  • The Ophelias
  • C.J. Boyd
  • Eldren
  • Aan
  • Indigenous Robot
  • Slang
  • Frankiie
  • Deeveaux
  • Mini Blinds
  • Plastic Man
  • Hosannas
  • Oh, Rose
  • Tispur
  • Whitney Ballen
  • Alex Lilly
  • Rosie Tucker
  • And And And
  • FAVX
  • Scott Yoder
  • Balms
  • Matt Hopper & The Roman Candles
  • Quiet Oaks
  • General Mojo’s
  • Why Bonnie
  • Maddie Zahm
  • Super Sparkle
  • Haley Blais
  • LED
  • No Kind of Rider
  • Up is the Down is the
  • The Stargazer Lilies
  • Tanukichan
  • Shadowlands
  • Kyle Emerson
  • Tango Alpha Tango
  • Sick Wish
  • Lens Mozer
  • Low Hums
  • St. Terrible
  • Eyelids
  • Grayson County Burn Ban
  • a.k.a. Belle
  • James Dean Kindle & The Eastern Oregon Playboys
  • The Golden Fleece
  • The Love Bunch
  • Serpentfoot
  • deathlist
  • James Plane Wreck
  • Spirit Award
  • Booty EP
  • The Hoot Hoots
  • Jupiter Holiday
  • Shadowgraphs
  • Lars Luna
  • Moon Palace
  • Madisun Proof
  • Help
  • Get Wet +
  • Itchy Kitty
  • Possessive
  • Black Ferns
  • Traitors Gate
  • George Washing Machine
  • Bobby’s Oar
  • Adrian Teach and The Apollo Ghosts
  • I Will Keep Your Ghost
  • Ealdor Bealu
  • Sprain
  • Divorce Court
  • Zero
  • L.A. Edwards
  • June West
  • Chris King & The Gutterballs
  • Eleven & Jason D
  • Conquer Monster
  • Bread & Circus
  • Grizzly Goat
  • Autonomics
  • Jimmy Vegas & The Phobes
  • Whiskey Sasquatch
  • Kyler Daron
  • Kilcid Band
  • People With Bodies
  • Axiom Tha Wyze + The Galexy
  • Panther Car
  • Juice
  • King Who
  • The Max Beefwater Band
  • Callithumpian
  • THROES
  • Wicked Bears
  • Urban Outfielders
  • Wild Spells
  • Raccoon Tour
  • Eureka California
  • Hallowed Oak
  • King Ropes
  • Chief Broom
  • Charcoal Squids
  • Idyltime
  • The Moody Jews
  • Swarm Beating
  • Chairea
  • Whippin Shitties
  • Cosmonautical
  • Snoozy Moon
  • Sportscourt
  • ESC
  • The Pan Handles
  • Kinda Kids
  • Illicit Nature
  • River Merrill
  • Billy Big Rig
  • Winter Forever
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