FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
TICKETING + PASSSES
Yes, we love young music fans! Children 12 and under are free to attend Treefort Music Fest, accompanied by an adult with a Treefort pass.
The Treefort Main Stage is an All Ages venue. Treefort shows in other clubs, venues, and bars are subject to all legally enforced age restrictions, closing hours, and curfews (we don’t make the laws in Idaho, sadly). When all venues are announced specific age requirements will be listed for each venue. We do our best to include a variety of programming in venues to accommodate fans of all ages.
You can transfer your ticket at any time prior to redemption for a wristband. You can access My Tickets on your Eventbrite profile at any point prior to printing your tickets and change the name on your tickets. Once a ticket has been redeemed at the Treefort Box Office for a wristband, your wristband is non-transferable. No sharing, sorry!
Yes. Printed tickets are redeemable for your Treefort Music Fest wristband at the Treefort Box Office.
All sales are final for all tickets and passes to Treefort Music Fest and related events. Your tickets are transferrable, so share the love and give them to a friend or family if you are unable to attend. Artist lineup is subject to change and artist cancellations, postponements, or rescheduling is not grounds for a refund.
We love hearing new, interesting bands and artists! Band submissions and fort submissions are currently closed.
You made a freaking film? That’s rad. Submit it to our Filmfort committee for consideration when submissions open.
No, you must have an Alefort specific cup.
Each venue is different, please ask them first.
There are rinsing water stations at Alefort and Main Stage.
You will need to purchase a new one or buy canned beer.
No, your cup must be empty when you leave the Main Stage.
Yes, any branded cups are allowed, they just must be 16 oz. (no more, no less).
We have shiny Treefort tokens!
More information on venues coming soon, but in previous year’s we’ve built a Main Stage on Grove and 12th and utilized existing venues like Neurolux, Knitting Factory, JUMP, Reef, Pengilly’s, etc.
All of the venues and forts are very close together and Boise has a downtown that’s flat, so getting around on foot, bike, skateboard or hoverboard is the easiest and cheapest!
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Alefort and Comedyfort are 21+
Filmfort, Foodfort, Hackfort, Kidfort, Storyfort, Yogafort and Performing Arts are All Ages
Please note, some content may not be suitable for children (like some films at Filmfort) or take place in a 21+ venue.
Hackfort and Yogafort are wristband-only forts. You must have a 5-day wristband or fort-specific badge to attend.
Filmfort has its own badge, but you don’t have to be a Treefort wristband-holder to attend, individual films may be available at the ticket counter day-of.
Anything that doesn’t require a wristband.
Food trucks, The Nest, Alefort, Foodfort, Storyfort, (most of) Kidfort, Band Dialogue, Treefort Gallery, Skatefort, Second Chance Shows
Delicious rare brews from various breweries. In 2017, we had special nail pull events! In 2018 we’ll have a Fresh AF “Can it & Crack it” station so you can enjoy the freshest of the fresh.
Nope! Alefort is a “Freefort” and open to the public.
Children, strollers, dogs.
Most of the content is not kid friendly.
Entrance into Comedyfort is included in your Treefort wristband.
Tons! Check out the Hackfort schedule when available and look for the Kidfort crossover events!
Treefort wristband holders have access to all Hackfort events.
Filmfort location(s) for 2022 are TBD, stay tuned!
A Filmfort badge grants you priority access to all films and Filmfort related events, but you may also enter with just your ZIPLINE, or Festival Treefort wristband
Yes, however, some programming may not be suitable for children.
A two-part Treefort feast featuring Tastes and Talks, some paired with Alefort. Inside the tent, you’ll find an array of local breweries offering beer samples for tokens. You’ll also find local chefs offering dishes that feature local products.
More details, including location are coming soon!
Some Foodfort events require an additional ticket to attend. Foodfort inside of Alefort is open to the public and to passholders.
Yes! Check the schedule as we get closer.
Nope! Storyfort is a “Freefort” and open to the public.
Storyfort location(s) for 2022 are TBD, stay tuned!
Sure! Most events are all-ages, but keep in mind some authors may be reading content not suitable for little kids. We support parental discretion! Be sure to check the Kidfort schedule closer to Treefort.
Some of our events are readings, where you’ll get to enjoy an author reading their new or recent work. Some are panels, where you can hear experts chat about journalism, publishing, or hip-hop. Most of our events include a Q&A period, and audience questions are encouraged!
We love our local indie authors and poets!
It’s nice to have a yoga mat, but not all classes will need them.
Yes, all Treefort pass holders can attend class, as space is available. It is recommended to show up at least 15 minutes before a class is scheduled to start.
Yogafort 2022 passes will be available soon!
Yogafort location(s) for 2022 are TBD, stay tuned!
Yes. And hot yoga dudes. And other hot yoga genders.
Yes! Go and try out a class. Have fun! Experience something new.
Yoga, dance, kirtan (chanting), and meditation classes will be held.
There are multiple classes a day. How many you take is up to you, space allowing.
Wear clothes you feel good moving in.
Yes, if they have a Yogafort Badge or Treefort pass and there is space.
All Treefort merch is designed by art director James Lloyd and thoughtfully outsourced from there. Other on-site merch is carefully curated by the merch director and created by local and regional makers.