Treefort Music Fest 2019: Final Lineup includes Liz Phair, Built to Spill and more

Treefort 2019 has now announced all 432 bands that are set to play in Boise in March.
Posted at 6:02 PM, Feb 07, 2019
and last updated 2019-03-20 17:35:13-04

BOISE, IDAHO — Treefort music festival organizers released the third and final group of artists Thursday morning for the downtown Boise music festival. More than two dozen artists announced Thursday bring the lineup total to a whopping 432 bands- - which soars in comparison to the first year's 140-band lineup in 2012.

Newly announced artists include Shiba San-- a Parisian producer known for his "Chicago house" style, Acid King, a "stoner doom band" from San Francisco, Night Beats-- a "napalm-coated psych-rock" band fronted by Danny Lee Blackwell, and Treepeople, Boise natives that sent shockwaves through the Seattle scene in the 1980s and '90s (sidenote: Doug Martsch later founded Built To Spill, who will also perform at Treefort 2019.)

Treefort will also feature comedians like Jackie Kashian and Yedoye Travis as a part of ComedyFort, as well as gourmet food at FoodFort, technology panels at HackFort, storytelling at StoryFort, and aligning asanas at YogaFort.

If you're interested, snag a Treefort Pass before prices go up on March 1st.

Dive in to some of the newly announced artists in this final announcement.

Other artists which had already been announced include Liz Phair, Toro y Moi, and Vince Staples.