Treefort Music Fest in Boise Brings Back the Beat

The 9th annual festival expanded from music to also include film, comedy, storytelling and more.
Joshua Strauther, aka Joshy Soul, has a vintage sound, inspired by Motown and 1950s rhythm and blues. (Emily Cohen/KHOL)

by | Sep 30, 2021 | Music, New Music

The 9th annual Treefort Music Fest had something for everyone. This year’s event expanded well beyond music with Skatefort, Yogafort, Alefort, Artfort, Comedyfort, Dragfort, Filmfort, Foodfort, Hackfort, Kidfort and Storyfort. Below are some photos from a few of our favorite shows. KHOL music director Jack Catlin will have more coverage soon with interviews from some of the Wyoming bands that performed at the festival, including J Shogren and 10 Cent Stranger as well as a few national acts like The Seshen, Gilligan Moss and Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio.


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