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Final Wave of Artists for Treefort 2024

It’s finally here! We are so excited to share the third & final wave of artists performing at the 12th edition of Treefort Music Fest, happening March 20-24, 2024 in downtown Boise, Idaho. 

The third wave adds an additional 192 artists to the lineup, bringing the Treefort 2024 lineup to over 420 artists from 33 US states and 22 different countries. We are thrilled to welcome artists hailing from Argentina, Australia, the Bahamas, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ireland, Iceland, Japan, Malawi, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Perú, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Venezuela, and across the US to Boise, Idaho! 

The official Treefort 2024 schedule is coming soon. Until then, get a peek at the Main Stage daily lineups. Don’t have a pass yet? Don’t wait too long, prices go up on March 1st!  

Sneak Peek at the Main Stage Daily Lineups

We cannot wait to dance, bop, headbang and mosh at the Main Stage again. Here’s a lil sneak peek at the 2024 Daily lineups: 

  • Wednesday 3/20: Neko Case and Dawes & Lucius + Flyana Boss
  • Thursday 3/21: Ty Segall + Built To Spill + Daði Freyr
  • Friday 3/22: Channel Tres + K.Flay
  • Saturday 3/23:  Briston Maroney + Dry Cleaning + Sir Chloe
  • Sunday 3/24: Devendra Banhart + Dehd + DakhaBrakha

**Main Stage and Single Day Tickets are on sale now**

Post up at Lookout Lounge

NEW this year, we are creating an exclusive space within the Treefort Main Stage area called Lookout Lounge. Lookout Lounge is a lil retreat nestled in Julia Davis Park, strategically positioned between Main Stage and Hideout Stage. Decked out with a dedicated bar, private bathrooms, and comfy places to get off your feet, Lookout Lounge is the best way to enhance your festival experience. Lookout Lounge pass holders are the only folks that have access to this 21+ space.

Lookout Lounge passes are $150 and are on sale now! Single day walk up passes to Lookout Lounge may be available for $50 depending on availability. Limited passes available. 

*Lookout Lounge pass must be purchased in addition to a festival access pass (eg. Festival GA, ZIPLINE, Single Day or Main Stage pass)

Explore the Third Wave of Treefort 2024 artists! 



(New Orleans via Cuba)

Cimafunk is a Grammy-nominated, Afro-Cuban rockstar. 

His name refers to his heritage as a “cimarrón,” Cubans of African descent who resisted and escaped slavery, as well as to the essence of his music that aims to subvert classical Cuban rhythms with innovative mixes of funk, afrobeat and hip hop. His live show is a celebration of groove and an unforgettable sonic and bodily experience. Cimafunk is redefining contemporary Cuban music as well as Afro-Latin identity and the fusion of black cultures. His latest album, “El Alimento,” was nominated at the 2023 GRAMMY Awards for Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album.


(Charlottesville, Virginia)

Kate Bollinger grew up surrounded by music.

After recording her first song in 2011 with her family, she continued to self-release her folk-pop songs throughout college–eventually catching the attention of The New York Times and NPR. After years of playing and recording in solitude, Bollinger formed a band to record her EP, I Don’t Wanna Lose, followed by the 2020 EP, A word becomes a sound. She made her Ghostly International debut in 2022 with Look at it in the Light, a six-song collection that saw her building out the project’s sound and visual scope, including a series of collaborative music videos. Since moving to Los Angeles, Bollinger has split time between recording new material, contributing to friends’ projects (Drugdealer, Paul Cherry), and touring (with Faye Webster, Tennis, and others). She’s released several standalone singles through 2023 and continues to tour as her debut album takes shape.

Kate Bollinger
Magic Sword


(Boise, Idaho)

Armed with a musical and visual aesthetic that has its roots unabashedly buried deep in the golden era of ‘70s and ‘80s fantasy and sci-fi…

Magic Sword’s followers are called to another plane of existence where the struggle between light and shadow becomes all too real. Magic Sword is an ageless tale of good and evil told through an ever expanding graphic novel with each volume accompanied by an original, synth-heavy soundtrack and immersive live performances. In this newest installment, The Keeper embarks on a righteous quest to navigate a corrupt world where the sword has been abducted by an evil most foul. Amid the conflict, he seeks to find himself and reclaim what is rightfully his Badlands. Originally composed as a soundtrack to a feature film, Badlands tells the story of loss and rediscovery of one’s self.


(Arequipa, Peru)

Los Chapillacs is an eight-piece psychedelic cumbia band from Peru. 

Born in the traditional Barrio del Solar in the outskirts of the city of Arequipa in 2006, Los Chapillacs has managed to position itself among the most important groups of contemporary Peruvian Psychedelic Chicha. The band captures the richness of the roots of Peruvian cumbia, fusing it with new musical elements and achieving their own sound full of rhythm, strength and feeling. In 2022, Los Chapillacs embarked on their first European tour, marking a significant milestone for the band.

Los Chapillacs has performed at the 195th Anniversary of the Independence of Peru, the program País Musical, the audiovisual session of the Descabellado collective, Hay Festival! and Festival Alternativo Movistar. The band has received numerous awards from their home country, including receiving funding from the Ministry of Culture of Peru to record their album. The band was named a winner of Peru’s Call for the Music Festival and “Playlizt Session” in 2017.

Los Chalillacs
French Cassettes


(San Francisco, California)

Harmony-driven power-pop from San Francisco.

French Cassettes is fronted by Lorenzo Scott Huerta with collaborators Mackenzie Bunch and Rob Mills. The San Francisco trio creates meticulous indie rock that is hook-filled and rooted in pop, with layered and intricate recordings: drawing inspiration from ELO, Elliot Smith, and The Strokes. Their last LP, Rolodex, stacked up over 20 million streams, and their first headlining US tour saw sold out shows in NYC, Washington DC, Boston, Philadelphia, Portland, San Francisco and LA.


(Melbourne, Australia)

Blusher are here to soundtrack your night out with their sparkly, energetic pop. 

The future is looking bright for the group; fresh off supporting international acts like Aurora and Tove Lo with their explosive live show and releasing their first EP Should We Go Dance? on Atlantic Records, Blusher are gearing up for a whirlwind 2024, new music, touring and soon, a global takeover. “We want to write hard-hitting, confidence-building pop, the kind you listen to when you’re getting ready for a night out”. With unfiltered lyricism peppered over dreamy synths and thick basslines lands the Blusher sound somewhere between late-night solitude and a 2am dancefloor.

DJ escuby


(Michoacan, Mexico)

DJ Escuby has quickly become the favorite puppy of the CDMX and LA dancefloor.

With a unique style that is the dream scenario of any quinceañera and the chaotic energy of the best punk show of your life, Escuby brings it all; reggaeton, cumbia, Mexican pop and your fav y2k bangers all in one. 


(Barcelona, Spain)

Structured to unfold like a dream, the debut album by NOIA combines an array of languages – Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, English – and traditional sounds from her childhood in southwestern Europe to process her personal transformations over the past two years while living between NYC and Barcelona.

Gisela Fullà-Silvestre formed the alias NOIA to create separation between her profession as a celebrated composer and mix engineer for film and TV, and her experimental pop productions. After graduating from Berklee in 2015, the Barcelona-bred artist relocated to Brooklyn and started writing music that channeled her early attachments to sound, which were formed osmotically as a child in the home of her activist parents. Shortly thereafter, she released her inaugural EP, Habits, which was a lush, romantic affair anchored by singles “Nostalgia Del Futuro” and Itaca Tropical. 2019 then saw the release of her second EP, Crisalida, a Catalan word for “cocoon.” Dancehall and tropicalia radio fused with R&B and glitchy sound design to create an utterly placeless sonic world. 2023 is the year of NOIA’s debut album: gisela. 



(Clovis, California)

Rarely does modern music earn the badge timeless, but BEL cuts through the noise. 

Isabel Whelan crafts nostalgic songs with honesty and attention to detail. She occupies the intersection of indie rock, pop, and folk, while taking cues from the likes of Stevie Nicks, Joni Mitchell, and Mazzy Star. In 2022, BEL released her sophomore EP, Jet Lag, including collaborations with girlhouse and Boyish. The project received support from Sirius XM, Pandora playlist covers, Spotify, Apple, and several publications’ “Artists to Watch in 2023” lists.

BEL released her latest EP, Read the Room, in November of 2023, collaborating with producers Sean Silverman (Beach Weather), Day Wave, Jack Laboz, Jon Santana + more. The project received coverage from Rolling Stone, Ones To Watch, Raydar Mag and organic radio support from SiriusXMU, AltNation, and KCRW. The lead single “Are You Okay?” reached #1 on SiriusXMU in April/May 2023 and secured a spot on their top 41 songs of the year.

Along with new music underway, BEL is gearing up to support Cold War Kids and BAILEN in March 2024.

Treefort 2024 Full Lineup