Boise’s Treefort Music Fest has announced its last group of musicians set to play the March festival.
The festival, now in its sixth year, has several big name indie acts on the billing. One new addition to the list today is Angel Olsen, who has played Boise before – but on a smaller stage. The musician’s latest album has been hailed by music critics, and was featured on NPR’s All Things Considered.
Other artists on the list include Portland bands like Y La Bamba and Mimicking Birds, as well as Boise electronic artists Magic Sword. These names, along with hundreds of others set to play the annual festival, cover genres from rock to hip-hop to bluegrass and beyond. Five-day passes to the festival cost $165, but will increase to $185 on March 1, the most organizers have ever charged for the event.
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