You have your Treefort 9 Pass… now what? If you’re traveling to Boise for Treefort Music Fest, there is no time like the present to start planning your trip!


Stay close to all the Treefort action by staying in or around beautiful Downtown Boise! No matter how you like to travel, you’ll find the perfect place to recharge and continue Treeforting. When you stay in Downtown Boise, you’ll be surrounded by Treefort and within walking distance to all venues and forts so you can experience as much music and programming as possible. Please note there is no camping or campgrounds at Treefort, it’s an urban festival that takes place in multiple venues Downtown.


Whether you’re staying in Downtown Boise, shacking up on the floor of a friend-of-a-friend’s house or only coming in for a few hours, you’ll want to zip between all Treefort venues as fast as you can! We recommend walking, biking, public transit or carpooling as much as possible, not only to reduce our carbon footprint (we love you Mother Nature!) but also to minimize the amount of cars downtown during Treefort. There are many ways to bike around Boise – you’ll be cruisin’ on two wheels to all the shows and more!


Our local bus system, Valley Regional Transit, will operate a festival route — Treeline — Wednesday, September 22 through Saturday, September 25, 2021 from 6:00pm to 12:00am with six beautifully decorated bus stops at Main Street Station, 5th and Main, Idaho and Capitol Blvd., Idaho and 11th, Main and 13th and Main and 11th. The route runs from 14th to 3rd on Main and Idaho streets.

The Treeline Circulator is free for anyone (no festival wristband required!) PLUS anyone with a festival wristband can ride any regular Valley Regional Transit bus route for free during the duration of the festival. There’ll be bands performing on the bus as well, schedule to be announced!

Because of federal requirements, everyone riding Valley Regional Transit buses, including the Treeline, must wear a mask.




As you are groovin’ around Boise between sets, you might want to take a second and get a taste of everything our awesome city has to offer. Stroll through Freak Alley Gallery to see an evolving public forum for visual arts. Explore the rich history of the Basques at the Basque Museum & Cultural Center (and stop into the Basque Market to give your taste buds an experience as well!). While adventuring, you’ll easily stumble upon part of the 190 miles of trails in the Ridge to Rivers Trail System to get some wide open spaces into your life.


Experience Treefort and Boise like a local!

You’ve already set yourself up for success by getting your Treefort 2021 pass, but trust us we know how to make your experience even better.  Start your day off with a hearty breakfast or one of our many (life-saving) brunch spots, then stretch your legs so you’re ready to move throughout Downtown Boise numerous music venues, and then hit up some of Boise’s fave happy hours. Discovering new music and jetting from show to show can be tiring. Re-fuel at one of these locally loved Boise restaurants. Just be careful, you may never want to leave.


Why not book your stay for a wee bit longer so you can get the low down on all the beautiful and exciting things to do, see and experience while you’re in Idaho. Find all your Idaho inspiration with Visit Idaho to keep the fun going. Not sure where to begin? Crack open the Official Idaho Travel Guide to check out all your options.