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Music Talks

“Our goal is to bring the industry’s brightest minds together to discuss the future of music and help artists build thriving careers. Whether you are a new artist, an established artist, hobbyist, music fan, or industry insider, all are welcome to participate in the music talks.”      

This year we are presenting panels that address self-care and mental health for musicians (Real Talk w/ Backline), the return of a popular music supervision panel listening and explaining their process for submitted songs, a discussion of the important connection between the visual arts and music, festival founders will explain their festival origins and look to the future of music festivals, a panel presented by Femme House on increasing inclusion and accessibility in electronic music, and an important discussion hosted by NIVA on issues related to their efforts to increase equity from the PROs (Performing Rights Organizations) in the U.S. We are also hosting a variety of instructional workshops from songwriting and production to hands on DJ workshops.

Music Talks will take place at Boise Centre East in Room 420A and workshops will be at LED.

Listening Sessions

Back by popular demand, this panel will give attendees a first hand look into the creative process of music supervision. In advance of the panel, Treefort Music Fest artists will submit songs to different projects that a crew of music supervisors from various disciplines have worked on. Then, the supervisors will review the songs in real time, giving feedback about why the tracks may or may not work. Attendees will leave this panel with a greater understanding of the music supervision process and factors that make a song a good candidate for licensing.

This panel will feature lots of audience interaction and Q&A, so attendees will be able to ask the questions they’ve always had about music supervision.

Hackfort “Magic of the Bands” MTG Booster Draft – March 26 –  $500 Tournament Prize

As a special thank you, Hackfort and Gem State Gaming Convention invite one member of your band to compete in a Magic of the Bands Tournament FOR FREE. Pick your best drafter, and watch them battle the other bands for a chance to win the $500 grand prize! 

Magic of the Bands is limited to 32 players, so be sure to claim your spot ASAP!

Rigsketball is back!

Rigsketball is a basketball tournament played between bands on a regulation height hoop that’s bolted to the back of a tour van. As a Treefort artist you are invited to play some hoops in one of our one-off games we’re hosting this year at Treefort! We will be parking the rig near main stage and arranging games between Treefort bands on Saturday 3/26 from around noon until 7pm. Sign up to play a game! It’s just friendly half court 3v3 on the Rigsketball van-hoop. Rigsketball started in Portland, OR way back in 2011 with our annual 32 band bracketed summer tournament. We’ve hosted hundreds of games between bands over the years and we’ve never had a good reason to. The best games are between artists who are either not into sports and not good at basketball, or who are good at basketball but refuse to try to win the game. We are not serious and this is just something fun to do, join us! This rips! 

Complimentary Chiropractic Services

Dr. Rob Sanders DC is offering complimentary chiropractic services on the afternoons of March 23rd-26th. Use this link to book an appt: drrobsanders.com/treefort or give him a call directly at 208-598-5067. His office is located in downtown Boise at 910 Main St. Suite 252. Rob and his staff are fully vaxxed and masked.

Complimentary Barbering Services

Chris and Ryan at Peace Valley Dry Goods are offering complimentary barbering services Wednesday-Saturday during the festival on a first come first serve basis. The shop is located at 418 S. 6th St. The number to call to book an appt is (208) 985-5015.

Send your music to the Record Exchange before Treefort, then pick up any unsold items on your way out of town!

The Record Exchange, Boise’s largest independent record store, is looking for Treefort artists to send their music prior to the festival so they can have it on the shelves leading up to and during the fest.

Free Climbing Starter Package Card

Calling all crushers. It’s Treefort week at Common’s Climbing. Snag a free starter package card at Artist Check-In. Happy climbing!

Mental Health For Musicians & Rehearsal Studios – Boise Hive

Low-cost and all-ages rehearsal + recording space. Join us at the Boise Hive during Treefort week – we’re a music and mental health non-profit. Your rental fees directly support the Hive’s mission of preventing suicide in the music community and enable us to provide free mental health counseling and referral services to the community. Need a moment to breathe at the fest? We’ll also be at the Sanctuary space.

Complimentary Barbering Services

Christopher Smith at 10th Street Barber Shop is offering complimentary barbering services to Treefort artists. Text 208-283-9456 to schedule an appointment 10am to 4pm Tuesday thru Saturday the week of the festival.