Music lovers in Boise are everywhere--and they know what they like! There's a scene for just about everything--from grunge to dem and from folk to classical. This year in particular, it seems that Boise was lucky enough to land an entire lineup of concerts that residents went crazy for.

Between national tours, the Albertsons Open, the Western Idaho Fair and Canyon County Fair, and more--some major acts were in town.  In fact, this year was one of the first that we can remember in recent history where two or three national acts were in town at the same time and music fans had to CHOOSE where to go and who to see!

After years of throwing one of the best city-wide parties in Boise, Treefort Music Festival is now announcing some changes that music fans will love!

They're moving!

  Prior to this move to Julia Davis Park, the main stage of Treefort was always downtown Boise in an empty parking lot--that is now under construction to be something new and frankly, having a stage and a show in the grass is going to be great! We also appreciated to learn via Twitter that they've even consulted with the Zoo animals before making the move!    



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