Treefort Music Fest 

March 23-27, Various Locations

Trevor Powers, the artist formerly know as Youth Lagoon.

Ken Kaban

Trevor Powers, the artist formerly know as Youth Lagoon.

Seven days after this edition of Boise Weekly hits stands, our fair city (or at least the downtown portion of it) will be awash in the movies, technology, literature, comedy, food, drink, performing art and tunes of Treefort Music Fest 2016. Though the sundry forts have put the Fest in TMF, music has been at its center since the 2012 inaugural event and the lineup has grown like sprouts on a Chia pet.

In this fifth iteration of Treefort, there are more musical acts than ever, with nearly 450 musicians and bands scheduled to perform at about 20 locations. The joy of TMF is experiencing both the new and the known, and attendees willing to explore the various venues will come across music they've never heard before (or even heard of) as well as longtime faves. This year, mainstage headliners Charles Bradley, Yacht and Boise-born Youth Lagoon, along with the myriad other musical acts and fort events prove again at TMF, no leaf is left unturned. For a full list of events, visit treefortmusicfest.com or, better yet, get the awesome app for iOS or Android.




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